|Recent Students: 14||Total Hours: 1802||Last Online: 23 Jun 2021|
|All-time Students: 127||Total Classes: 1951||Signed Up: 04 Apr 2018|
Well, open and upfront - I am a geek.
In my luxury time, I read books related to Business, Economics, Startups, Emotional and Mental Health.
I like how different authors have different ideas to explain a certain phenomenon.
Some of my favourite reads:
The Undercover Economist, How Not to Die, The 4-Hour Workweek
Author of two e-books on Amazon (One for Statistics and one for Econometrics). I have 1500+ hours of teaching experience in the field of Microeconomics, Statistics and Econometrics. I became an online tutor in 2015 and have been teaching full time since then. I have worked with students who were complete beginners, as well as those who were facing challenges in mastering advanced topics.
I completely understand the initial struggle in decoding the concepts and formulas. I am adept in breaking down difficult concepts with the use of simple examples. I don't encourage memorisation and simply recalling the formulas, instead, I focus on the 'why' and 'how'.
I understand that every student has a different way of understanding things. Some students understand the concepts when explained through analogies, others when shown mathematical foundation behind them. I modify my teaching methodology depending on what the student is comfortable with.
Some of the courses I have catered to:
EC226: Econometrics 1 (University of Warwick)
EC2020: Elements of Econometrics (London School of Economics - LSE)
MG205: Econometrics - Theory and Applications (London School of Economics - LSE)
EC3301: Econometrics (St Andrews)
ECON W3412: Introduction to Econometrics (Columbia University)
EC2017: Introductory Econometrics (City, University of London)
BEE2031: Econometrics (University of Exeter)
Econometrics: University of Jordan
Econometrics: University of Birmingham
Econometric Analysis: Newcastle University
BEE2006: Statistics and Econometrics (University of Exeter)
PSYC40122, PSYC49122: Advanced Experimentation and Statistics 1 (Nottingham Trent University)
MT2504: Combinatorics and Probability (St. Andrews)
ECON103: Quantitative Methods for Economics (Lancaster University)
MT2508: Statistical Inference (St. Andrews)
153400121: Quantitative Methods for Economists (SOAS, University of London)
EC3301: Statistics and Econometrics (University of St.Andrews)
UN 1201: Statistics and Probability (Columbia University)
Introduction to Statistics: Queenmary University
Microeconomics: University of Kent
Intermediate Microeconomics (ECON 3211) - Columbia University
Econometrics, Statistics and Microeconomics.
Very very good. Extremely thorough and helpful
Shubham was very helpful in the class I just had with him and clarified any doubts and concerns I had.
As always a very helpful class with Shubham!
Shubh really makes challenging concepts more interesting!
I wish I had a professor like Shubh! Makes concepts digestible, interesting, and understandable every time!
Shubham is AMAZING, he really has helped me over the past month to understand and feel comfortable with econometrics, when before I was pretty useless. I have enjoyed his sessions as well as learnt a great deal and his teaching style is clear and understandable. Really appreciate it!
Very informative and cleared up any issues I had with the topic.
Fantastic, Shubh is an excellent teacher and extremely knowledgeable.
By Riz, Econometrics – University of Warwick This was my last session with Shubh, and I could have not wished for a better tutor. I was preparing for my Econometrics re-sit, and was looking for a tutor to get ready. I found Econometrics, as many would agree, a really challenging subject, and needed some serious help. There were a lot of tutors to choose from, but I went for Shubh, and honestly, that was perhaps the best and wisest choice I have made in my entire life (no jokes). Shubh taught everything in Econometrics from top to bottom. He made me understand things, that I thought I would never be able to understand. He showed me ways to solve equations, to read questions, to do questions, in the best possible manner. His teaching skills are seriously impressive. As stubborn as I am, it can get quite tough for tutors to deal with my arguments and claims, but he would deal with that. He is one of those tutors that no matter what question you ask, he will always know an answer to it, and for me, that is quite important as it makes you feel that this tutor knows literally everything. Great person, amazing tutor and simply professional in Econometrics.
By Yifan, Econometrics - King’s College London Really enjoyed all the lessons, clear and detailed explanation of the theories. Great help, thanks a lot!
By Gulnara, Introductory Econometrics – University of Nottingham My tutor, Shubh, has been terrific and I'm really happy with the level of tuition he has given, as well as his friendly manner and professional approach) I will look to further bookings next term.I would have no hesitation in recommending Shubh to anyone else for tutoring in Econometrics. Thanks for your support!
By Yingzhi, Statistics and Microeconomics - UCL The lesson was really well explained in detail and I learned a lot. It was not only informative but also engaging, he taught me how to interpret the concept rather than spoon-feeding me. I have a much deeper understanding of the topic now and I am able to answer the questions on my own. Many thanks for Shubh, very appreciated.
By Marc, Econometrics – The University of Jordan If you're struggling with Econometrics, you no longer have to worry. This concludes the 3rd lesson I have taken with Shubh. My experience was excellent. Shubh knows how to teach what you're struggling with and he can do so in a highly efficient matter. In my case, we completed multiple weeks of theory within only a handful of hours. I am now confident about by knowledge on the subjects that were discussed. 5 stars do not do the immense value of taking courses with Shubh any justice. Overachieved in every session and there is no way I would recommend or use any other tutor for the subject of econometrics. I knew close to nothing before meeting Shubh and now I feel not only comfortable about econometrics but also well-prepared to achieve high grades.
By Jameelah, Queen Mary University of London (Statistics) This was my final lesson with Shubham, excellent tutor. I highly recommend as he is efficient, prepared and very knowledgeable in his tuition.
By Jay, Cass Undergraduate School (Financial Econometrics, FR2202) Really thorough and concise tutoring. He was able to teach me degree level econometrics using very understandable methods with the use of diagrams & explanations. Covered a lot in very short space of time. Also very polite and speaks really clear english!
By Mia, London School of Economics (Econometrics, MG - 205) Shubham is a great Econometrics tutor. He has every features by that a great tutor is measured: Patience: I've been tutored by Shubham more that 10 hrs, not a second he showed impatience. At the beginning I am afraid to ask silly questions, but his patience brought me the courage to ask every small or stupid questions. Enthusiasm: Shubham teach Econometrics not only for finance, instead, he showed really interest and enthusiasm in this study and the experience of teaching. He would like to spend much extra time to study my materials, syllabus and past exam papers without payment. Responsibility: In every lesson and work checking, he did his best to help me and made sure that I did benefit from them. He made plan for my exam revision together with me, as long as I was a bit off the track, he would feel really worried with me and tried everything he could to pull me back, for example, adjust his personal timetable for my exam deadline. There are much more to say, but I believe everyone could discover more quality he has by working with him. I would introduce my friends to seek for his help for sure!
By Monika - NOVA IMS (Inferential Analytics) Shubham is a fantastic instructor. I felt that he really cared that I learned and he put a lot of extra effort into preparation for our classes. I came a long way in understanding the material all thanks to Shubham! He really takes the time to give clear explanations. He has exceeded my expectations.
By Twinkle Katkar, Columbia University (Intermediate Microeconomics) Intermediate Microeconomics is one the hardest classes I've taken at Columbia University. When we began our classes I was doing terribly. Homeworks, the lectures, the professor- nothing made sense and I had tried everything from referring different textbooks to tutors. But Shubham helped me gallop half way through the semester and catch pace with the lectures. I think one of the best things about his lectures is he understands what method works for the student and explains it in that manner, he definitely doesn't follow the " one size fits all policy." Unlike other tutors I've had, Shubham actually prepares for the sessions and makes notes and doesn't hesitate explaining something over and over again. He always gave me extra practice to affirm my understanding and he wrote questions that are like the questions I got at University - usually other tutors don't put in the effort to match the line of questioning given at school. He altered the lectures timing in a manner that was most efficient for me ( I have the worlds smallest attention span). Not to forget he was awake with me all nights of my exam (thanks Shubham), I mean do you know a tutor that would do that? Overall he is amazing and he knows his material. Without him I wouldn't even have been able to pass my course and his tutoring not only helped me pass but actually do extremely well in class.
By Anirudh Narula, University of California, Berkeley (Econometrics) Shubham is an excellent teacher! I am a student at the University of California, Berkeley and I am taking Econometrics at Berkeley this semester, and taking the online course with Shubham over the summer has been very helpful; Shubham not only helped me build my intuitive abilities in the subject, but also provided examples that explained the material more clearly. He also has a vast array of online lecture tools that were very helpful in helping me understand and recall statistical concepts and ideas. Furthermore, each lecture video online is illustrated with an example which is very helpful. I would say that if anyone needs help with econometrics, statistics, micro-economics or macro-economics, they should definitely take Shubham's help.
By Shivika Bhasin, Masters Candidate at Yale University, (Microeconomics and Econometrics) Shubham has a great command over the subject matter, both concepts and application. He is flexible in his teaching approach based on the situation and is always extremely patient with doubts!