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I am a Master of Finance graduate with 10 years of experiences in tutoring secondary and tertiary students.
My principle in teaching is for students to understand concepts rather than to memorise work. It is the only way for the student to handle any tough questions in their exam if the question tests them for application knowledge. It is definitely fine if you cannot understand it the first time I explain it. That's the reason I am here. I will then explain using your personal life experiences and show you how business concepts are in fact similar to your everyday life....
Furthermore, my previous working experiences in public finance and audit equipped with relevant knowledge. I will be able to share experiences with students and 'Bring theories to live'.
For group tuition, it is recommend to have 2 hours. For individuals, it is recommend to have at least 1.5 hours, preferably 2 hours. Anything less than 1.5 hours will be inefficient for the student as it is too short a time for them to get a clear understanding of the lesson. On the flip side, anything more than 2 hours will be too tiring for the student.
Definitely. I had conduced online tutoring for my student. It was rather efficient as we conducted the session without much technical troubles. We conducted it via Skype but we can always do it on other IT platforms.
It is possible for us to conduct session at public places but it is not that advisable as it might be hard for us to locate a suitable place to conduct session. Ie. Noisy cafes are definitely not my choice. Ideally, it should be in study rooms.
It really depends on how fast you can master the basics of Principles of Accounts (POA). Usually, I have students who can master it within 6 months of learning, jumping from a Fail to a B. But, it still boils down to the fact on individual learning speed.
For learning finance, statistics and other subjects, in teaching full-time students, the most important basic concepts will be my focus. As they are not exposed to the working environment yet, time will be used to explain and rationalise the basics before we moved on to learning hard topics.
For working adults, if the basic concepts for business topics are mastered well in their daily jobs, then we can advance to learn about the different topics in the subject. It is fairly fine as well if the basics are not mastered as Finance or statistics might not be a field that you are working in. In this sense, it will mean that my focus on learning will be explaining the basics and then work our way up to practices.