I prefer to use the exam paper method, where I cover the entire syllabus using past exam papers, providing the students with some practical applications instead of using a boring theory approach. It will save a lot of time later on, when revising for the examinations too.
I'm an Architecture student at the University of Bath, and I've been teaching O Level and A Level students ever since I graduated from high school. I've taught upto groups of 4, and am open to teaching bigger classes. My students have received A's and A*'s in Physics and Mathematics, which I'm currently studying at a much more difficult level at university.
University of Bath, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering:
2023 - BSc (Hons) in General Architectural Studies (RIBA Part 1)
Modules Include: ‘Practice, Management and Law’, ‘Detailed Design’, ‘Building Environments’
Colombo International School, Sri Lanka:
2018 - Edexcel A Levels A*A*A*A (Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics)
Lyceum International School, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka:
2016 - Cambridge O Levels 6A*1A1B (Including French, English, Additional Mathematics and Physics)
Alliance Française de Kotte, Sri Lanka:
2017 - Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française B1 (French Language Proficiency Level B1)
Young Mens’ Buddhist Association, Sri Lanka:
2017 - Higher Diploma in Dhamma and Abhidhamma
2019 - Chancellor’s Award - University of Bath
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