I would begin by reviewing questions from each area of the syllabus together, and scoring their confidence with each. We would then start by revisiting a couple of manageable subjects, to gain the student's confidence, and then focus on the topics with most difficult first.
I am a Cambridge graduate with a 2:1 in Natural Sciences, As in A level maths (pure, statistics) and AS mechanics. I am now studying actuarial mathematics myself and looking to tutor GCSE and A level maths at an introductory price. I have managed younger professionals, given feedback that improved our work, for over three years.
Hi, I graduated with a 2:1 in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University. At college, I was a straight A maths student, with one A level (maths and statistics) and one AS (mechanics). I passed maths GCSE with A*.
I would tailor my classes to my student's needs, asking them to put forward the areas they want to focus on one week before the class. In the class, we would begin with up to five general questions. I would then focus on the areas that weren't 'clicking' as well. Once we had discussed them in depth, I would give the student a couple of questions to try unaided, feed back on what is making more sense and the stubborn areas they still want to completely conquer. Finally, I'll point the student towards a handful of questions in that area to complete at home/before the next class.
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