Ed. Note: This week I have to use snow photos to illustrate all the posts, there are just too many good ones…
It’d be great if someone could help this reader out.
My name is Joe, and I’m an International Relations major at the college of William and Mary. I’m searching for a microeconomics tutor throughout winter break (Dec 21- Jan18). I’m currently enrolled in an intermediate Micro-economics class that has been quite overwhelming: conceptually and technically (never taken a calculus course). My professor has agreed to give me an incomplete, and have me retake the class next semester after having brushed up on the necessary background material: applicable calculus concepts and principals of microeconomics. In addition to the text book, I have class notes, and two old exams that will serve as a guide. I will be spending the majority of my winter break preparing, in DC, and am looking for a tutor to help me along the way. I’ve searched for tutors at the local universities to no avail. If interested, I will email the syllabus and relevant class material. I’ll look forward to hear from you to discuss frequency and compensation. My email: [email protected]“