Information About Luke - Ashbourne tutor - (1 review)
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- I am a final year Mathematics and Economics student at Trinity College Dublin and Chief Investment Officer of the Trinity Student Managed Fund with over €250,000 in assets under management. I sat my Leaving Certificate in 2017 with a H1 in Mathematics and H2 in Economics, receiving 578 points overall. For the Leaving Certificate I received grinds from the Institute of Education in their 'Fast Paced' Maths class and found these extremely helpful, yet expensive.
- In my spare time I like to exercise by running or going to the gym. Also, I am not a robot or difficult to have conversation with given my technical background, I am very sociable and like to make difficult things really easy to understand. Moreover, I enjoy being a mathematics and economics tutor having taught for over 1 year. In addition to grinds I can provide career advice at no extra cost and steer you in the right direction if you wish to pursue a career in finance such as investment banking, as I will be joining the Royal Bank of Canada next year as an Investment Banking Analyst.
- Happy to give the first hour of grinds for free so that you can get to know me, my methodology and my notes that I have prepared (typed in LaTeX).
- 1 year of grinds given in Mathematics and Economics at university level
- 1 year of grinds given in Mathematics and Economics at Leaving Certificate level
Approach to Grinds:
- My approach consists of having a strong structure to the lessons with time being allocated proportionally depending on how comfortable you are with certain sections. E.g. If I made a program for you in Mathematics and you are weakest in probability we will spend more time on this.
- A typical 1 hour lecture would consist of running through the notes that I will provide (typed in a clear format) and then spend a lot of time on problem solving together. I will also provide my own problems from various resources with solutions so that you can have extra questions to answer. We will also spend time on exam strategy. This focuses on how the papers are structured, what content you need to know for certain papers, and whether you can tactically eliminate parts of the curriculum by focusing on certain questions (more so for Economics).
- Therefore, your grind will be tailor made, with a typed up plan, typed up notes and solutions, and problem solving together. Problem solving in both mathematics and economics is the key to success, by giving you a clear understanding of concepts with my notes (as most books are too convoluted) we can tackle problems together.
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Availability: Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Trinity College Dublin (2020) - Degree in Mathematics and Economics (2021) (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
- Ashbourne Community School (2017) - 578 - Leaving Certificate (School) (✔ On File)
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