David A.

Senior Secondary Economics Tutor

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Experienced Economics Tutor

As we tackle more material in Economics, i make sure that we regularly revisit what we've learnt in previous weeks. Recapping our progress at the beginning of each lesson means that new-found knowledge sticks in my student's long-term memory.

They'll be well-prepared when examination time comes.


My name is David. I am a graduate of Accountancy from Lagos State Polytechnic.

I am a very passionate teacher, with over 15 years teaching experience in Economics and Commerce. I'm very versatile with the capacity to teach a wide range of subjects. I have prepared students for S.S.C.E with good grades to show for it. I inspire my students and imbue them with the needed confidence.

For me, the greatest reward tutoring can offer is watching my student grow in knowledge but also self-confidence. I believe effective tutoring is about delivering complex concepts in simple terms with patience, enthusiasm and encouragement.

Creating a better relationship with my students means that there would be a perfect link between their studies and all life experiences. This will in time help for a greater understanding of the topic and in my students all round development.

Surely, teaching skills and initiatives that students can then forever more rely upon, such as word association and memorization through recalling related experiences, is the best legacy any tutor can have.

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  • HND Accountancy

    Jan 2011 - Oct 2013

    Lagos state polytechnic


  • Subject teacher

    Sep 2012 - Present

    Westhills high school

    I taught mathematics Jason 1-3. I have been teaching Financial accounting and insurance since I was appointed. I am also responsible for preparing students for final exams

  • Subject teacher

    Jan 2010 - Jul 2012

    Dolafield College

    I taught Financial accounting and Economics S.S 1-3.

  • Economics and Commerce Tutor

    Jul 2016 - Present

    Prepclass Ng Ltd

    To me, interaction and discussion are prerequisites to a successful tutorial. A lesson is not a lecture; rather, it is an opportunity to inform and consolidate understanding through active engagement in a specific topic. Having worked with students of all ages, i have come to notice a common trend: often, the basic knowledge of how to answer a question or solve a problem is present, but the student lacks the skill-set to confidently perform this in an examination scenario. My interlocutory approach will encourage critical investigation into a topic, resulting in a more complete understanding and improved confidence.