Everything Economics

Everything Economics

5.0 (2)
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About this tutor

I'm personable and can break down material to very understandable concepts.

I love school (maybe a little too much) and can help you feel just as enthusiastic about learning as me!

Watching the light go off in peoples eyes and knowing they just figured it out. It's such a rewarding experience!

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Provo Canyon, UT 84604
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Kira Standring

    Logan was an amazing tutor! He helped me through a class that is often thought of as the "most failed class on BYU campus," Chem 105. We met on a regular basis and in addition to helping me with my weekly assignments he helped to break down and explain complicated concepts to me. Any time I had a question I would write it down and ask him about it during our sessions and he helped me to understand. One of the things I loved best was that if when he first tried to explain it to me, I didn't get it, he would always take a moment or two to think and explain it in a new way. He'd then have me explain it back to him to make sure I got it. We wouldn't part ways until he was sure I had a good grasp of the concept. Because of his help I was able to form a solid foundation of understanding early on in the class so that I was ready to learn more complicated concepts later in the class. My test scores were great and much higher than I thought was possible for me, and at the end of the class the professor approached me and asked me to consider changing my major because I had such a good grasp on the concepts. All thanks to Logan and his devotion to helping me in my learning process! 10/10 would recommend!

  • Justen Doney

    It was great. I struggled a lot but he helped simplify the topics and I scored significantly higher on my tests when I was tutored by him. I also appreciate how he would go out of his way to tutor me, it meant a lot. I would definitely recommend him



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1) Get to know them as a friend. 2) Understand their aspirations so I can make the material relevant. 3) help them reach their potential!


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I'm studying economics at BYU and am also completeing a few minors. I love school and have actually switched routes quite dramatically a few times because I find so many things in the world fascinating!

Originally I started tutoring to occumulate service hours for med school. Although my route has changed a bit, I still love teaching!

I'll finish up my undergrad in 2020 and then I plan to enter a finance PhD program in the fall. 


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