Masters of Science (MSc) in Quantitative Economics, Cleared Core Technical series in Actuarial Science
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Hello there, This is Neha Sharma. I have done my masters in Quantitative Economics from Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi, India. I have around 8 years of on-ground teaching experience in this subject. Also, I have around 4 years of online teaching experience. I have also been working for a publisher associated with Delhi University. I am really passionate about this subject and would like to impart my knowledge to you by giving the best quantity and quality of the service as an online tutor. Looking forward to seeing you soon :)
Overall 10 years of teaching experience for the university level students
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Finance, Financial Mathematics, Financial Derivatives, Econometrics, Applied Statistics, Actuarial Science, Game Theory, STATA, EViews
Amazing classes! So so helpful and so so nice! Highly recommend
so helpful !!!
really helpful !!!
Neha is excellent, she helped me to learn how to use Stata in a very simple and practical way. Through her, I almost finished my pending research paper and now I'm able to submit it very soon. I really appreciate her guidance. I look forward to have class with her in the future again.
Neha was awesome! She really checked and suggested my work and advise me perfectly well! I regret not going to her earlier! I will definitely go to her again and again if i have any questions! Thank u once again Neha! You are wonderful! :) I will see u soon again. :)
Neha is simply a phenomenal tutor, highly highly recommend her!
Neha is a joy to work with and explains everything in a manner that makes statistics easy to understand. She is an extremely bright individual who enjoys her work, and it shows. I highly recommend her to anyone interested in improving and understanding simple to complex concepts.
Masters of Science in Quantitative Economics, from Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi (India)