IB Economics Tutor
Tailored IB Economics Tutoring Services
At Easy Sevens, we take pride in offering tailored IB Economics tutoring services that cater to the unique needs of each student. Our team of experienced educators understands the complexities of the IB Economics curriculum and is committed to helping you achieve your academic goals. Whether you’re struggling with specific topics, seeking exam preparation, or simply aiming for a deeper understanding of the subject, our dedicated IB Economics tutors are here to provide personalized guidance. With a focus on your individual strengths and areas of improvement, we ensure that you not only grasp the material but also develop essential critical thinking and analytical skills.
When you choose Easy Sevens for IB Economics tutoring, you’re investing in more than just lessons; you’re investing in your future success. Our tailored approach means that your learning experience is crafted to match your pace, style, and objectives. We believe that education should be an enjoyable journey, and that’s why our IB Economics tutors foster a supportive and engaging environment where you can ask questions, explore concepts, and build confidence in your abilities. Whether you’re striving for a higher grade or aiming for a deep comprehension of IB Economics, our tailored tutoring services are designed to help you excel and thrive in this challenging subject.
Available IB Economics courses for tutoring:
- IB Economics (SL/HL)
Why Choose Us for IB Economics Tutoring?
When it comes to IB Economics tutoring, Easy Sevens stands out as the ideal choice. What sets us apart is our team of tutors, all of whom are IB graduates themselves. We understand the rigor and nuances of the International Baccalaureate program, and we’ve successfully navigated its challenges. This firsthand experience equips us to provide students with unparalleled guidance and support, making us experts in the field. When you choose Easy Sevens, you’re not just getting a tutor; you’re getting a mentor who’s been through the same journey and can help you excel.
Insider Knowledge of the IB Economics Curriculum
At Easy Sevens, we believe that having IB graduates as tutors offers a unique advantage. Our tutors intimately understand the IB Economics curriculum and are well-versed in the assessment criteria, ensuring that you receive targeted instruction that aligns with the expectations of the program. Moreover, our tutors can relate to the pressures and demands that IB students face, providing not only academic support but also valuable insights on time management, stress reduction, and effective study strategies. When you choose us, you’re choosing a team that’s dedicated to your success, because we’ve been in your shoes.
Continuous Professional Development
Our commitment to excellence extends beyond just hiring IB graduates. At Easy Sevens, we continuously invest in professional development for our tutors, keeping them up-to-date with the latest teaching methodologies and curriculum changes in IB Economics. This commitment to ongoing improvement ensures that our tutors deliver the most effective and relevant tutoring services to our students. We understand that the IB program evolves, and we’re dedicated to evolving with it to provide you with the best possible support.
Passionate Experts in IB Economics
Choosing Easy Sevens for IB Economics tutoring means choosing a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about education. Our tutors not only hold a deep knowledge of the subject but also possess a genuine desire to see our students succeed. With our personalized approach, IB graduate tutors, and a commitment to staying at the forefront of IB Economics education, we offer a tutoring experience that’s second to none. Discover the Easy Sevens difference today and embark on your journey to excellence in IB Economics.
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IB English courses available: IB Economics SL/HL
IB Economics Exam Structure
- Paper 1: Extended Response Paper – 75 minutes long, 30% of total grade. Students answer one question from a choice of 3. No calculator. The maximum mark is 25.
- Paper 2: Data Response Paper – 105 minute long, worth 40% of the final grade. Students answer one question from a choice of 2. Calculators permitted. The maximum mark is 40.
- Internal Assessment: Individual Commentaries – 30% of final grade. Students produce a portfolio of three commentaries, based on different units of the syllabus (excluding the introductory unit) and on published extracts from the news media. Each of the three commentaries should use a different key concept as a lens through which to analyze the published extracts. Maximum 800 words for each commentary The maximum mark is 45.
- Paper 1: Extended Response Paper: 75 minutes long, 20% of final grade. The structure of this paper is the same as SL paper 1. However, the questions that require extended responses may be the same as, or different from, the SL paper. Questions in this paper are drawn from the four units of the syllabus including the HL extension material and topics studied at HL only. The maximum mark is 25.
- Paper 2: Data Response Paper – 105 minute long, worth 30% of the final grade. The structure of this paper is the same as SL paper 2. However, the data response questions may be the same as, or different from, the SL paper. Questions in this paper are drawn from the four units of the syllabus including the HL extension material and topics studied at HL only. The maximum mark is 30.
- Paper 3 – Policy Paper: 105 minutes long, worth 30% of final grade. Students must respond to two mandatory questions, which are further divided into subparts, including subparts (a) and (b). The questions encompass content from all four units of the syllabus, including the HL extension material and topics specific to the HL level. Command terms indicate the expected depth of response, and both analytic markschemes and markbands are used for grading. Students are allowed to use graphic display calculators (GDCs) during the examination. The maximum mark is 60, 30 marks per question.
- Internal Assessment: Individual Commentaries – 20% of final grade. Students produce a portfolio of three commentaries, based on different units of the syllabus (excluding the introductory unit) and on published extracts from the news media. Each of the three commentaries should use a different key concept as a lens through which to analyze the published extracts. Maximum 800 words for each commentary The maximum mark is 45.