Virtual Tutoring Service: Through the End of the Spring 2020
For the remainder of Spring 2020, Economics tutoring sessions will be held virtually (via Zoom). In-person tutoring service will not be available. We are putting all the Tutors' Zoom IDs in this Google Doc and you can connect with the Economics tutors by clicking the Zoom ID link in this document during the drop-in hours listed below. Please also make sure to read the new updates from the Twitter feed below for cancelled and rescheduled office hours.
Tutoring will continue through the end of RRR week (last day of Tutoring is May 7th).
Economics Tutoring Resources
- The Department of Economics offers tutoring services to undergraduates taking core courses: Econ 1, Econ 2, Econ 100A/B, Econ 101A/B, Econ 140, and Econ 141. The department does not offer tutoring support for elective courses. Information about this is below.
- The Student Learning Center (SLC) offers study group and drop-in tutoring for Economics core courses and some electives. These services are free for registered Cal students. Additional information is available at the SLC Economics webpage.
Private Tutors for Hire
- Some Economics and Economics-adjacent department Graduate Students offer private tutoring services. The list is here (Berkeley login requried).
Economics Department Tutoring
Department Tutoring services are geared towards helping students who are seeking additional support outside of lecture, section, and office hours. If you do not regularly attend lecture or section, tutoring services will be less effective. Our tutors aim to help students with specific questions on course concepts and problem sets by facilitating the learning process; they don’t just give out answers to assignments. Please bring all relevant course materials to the tutoring session.
When should I use tutoring?
You should seek tutoring when you are struggling with a course concept or problem set and have specific questions to work through.
How can I get the most out of tutoring?
Come prepared with your course notes and relevant course materials.
Come prepared with specific questions early on.
If a tutoring session looks too busy in a room at a given time find an alternate session to attend. If the room is overcrowded it’s more likely that your questions won’t get answered. A list of tutoring sessions can be found online.
What can I expect from the tutors?
They are on time and available for the duration of their stated office hours
They do their best to work through questions and refer to resources when necessary
To not always have ALL of the answers.
Hours and Locations are listed below. Tutoring office hours are held during RRR week but not finals week.
*Hours below are subject to change. Follow us on Twitter, @CalEconTutoring, for the latest office hour updates. The most recent updates are below.
ECON 1 & Econ 2
Please note: some Econ-100A tutoring hours are by appointments, and some are drop-in. Please use the appointment calendar to make appointments. Drop-in hours do not require appointments. If an appointment slot is not available, it means it has been taken already.
Please note that at the appointment page you must fill out the information at the end of the "description" block.
Appointments are first-come, first-serve, no exceptions.