My primary teaching style is to convey complex mathematical or physical concepts in their simplest possible form – the simpler something can be put, the easier it can be understood.
I try to package mathematics and physics in such a way that any student - beginner or advanced - will be more than comfortable handling the most challenging problems they come across.
My teaching style is therefore straightforward and effective. During the first few lessons I gauge my student's present level, strengths and weaknesses in their material, & how they best consume information. This allows me to adjust my teaching methodology accordingly, to what best suits their needs.
I prepare my students for:
7+, 11+ entrance examinations, 13+ common entrance, GCSE, IGCSE, A-level & IB
American SAT exams
Mathematical Challenges (Junior, Intermediate and Senior)
Undergraduate & Graduate Math courses (e.g. Advanced Calculus, Linear Algebra, Group and Representation theory, Complex Analysis).
Undergraduate & Graduate Physics courses (e.g. Quantum Mechanics, QFT, Dynamical Systems, Electromagnetism, General Relativity, Gauge theories).
Some students prefer to have a deep understanding of the content, others prefer the most efficient way to memorise it. Either way, by the end of my course, you'll understand your work better than most of your teachers do.
Currently completing my PhD in Theoretical Physics & Applied Mathematics at the University of Cambridge.
Masters in Science (MSci) in Theoretical Physics at Queen Mary University of London, with an average of 87%.
Recipient of the Dux Scholar at the School of Physics & Astronomy at Queen Mary University of London.
Experience tutoring for 7 years (individual and in groups) in high school, undergraduate, and graduate-level physics, mathematics, and statistics.
I completed 2 years of a BSc Triple Major in Economics, Statistics, and Philosophy at the University of Cape Town, which has imparted a broad understanding of how mathematics can be made practical, applied to simple real-world settings, and expressed in ways that anyone can understand.
PhD in Theoretical Physics & Applied Mathematics at University of Cambridge.
PhD Research in Quantum Gravity under Professor Malcolm J. Perry.
Masters in Theoretical Physics at Queen Mary University of London
With distinctions in Differential Geometry, Group & Representation Theory, Complex Analysis, Quantum Field Theory, Gauge Theories, String Theory, General Relativity, Dynamical Systems, Cosmology, Statistical Physics etc.
BSc in Theoretical Physics at Queen Mary University of London
With distinctions in Mechanics; Calculus I & II; Linear Algebra; Quantum Mechanics I, II, & III; Special Relativity; Electromagnetism; Condensed Matter Physics.
BCOM Triple Major in Statistics, Economics & Philosophy (Interrupted)
With courses in Probability & Inference, Calculus, Linear Algebra & Game Theory
Distinctions in Mathematics, Information Technology, Business Studies, History, English & Life Orientation.
Awarded Full Academic Colours
Awarded Gold Certificate for Overall Average
Awarded 1st place Trophy for Mathematics & Science
Perfect! great subject knowledge
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