I have 3 master degrees (Physics, Maths,Law) and a PhD in Economics, I have been teaching in colleges and at universities for some 12 years and in secondary, high schools for 16 years, full-time.
In the beginning I start with the ongoing homeworks or administer a test to know at what level are we standing. Then we start to fill in the gaps methodically , going back to earlier years' curricula for short periods of time and building up the knowledge base from scratch if necessary. I give a moderate amount of home-work each time,which have to be solved or at least tried to. We stabilize the foundations of the earlier topics, before proceeding ahead. School tests, assignments are treated with utmost seriosity since those influence the grades and the self-esteem of the student. I am patient, I can explain the second and the third time as well--albeit all the time differently until full understanding is reached. Any questions can be asked at anytime, there are no silly questions until I am not the examiner :).
I have been tutoring for 12 years insofar, having taught more than 150 students of various ages for better grades, to avoid failure in a certain subject, for taking diverse examinations etc.. 95% of them achieved their goals, have increased their grades or passed those exams.
I have solved countless exercise/problem books in Maths, Physics especially, differentiated on subdivisions of the discipline like Calculus, Higher Algebra, Trigonometry, Mechanics, Electricity and magnetism, Optics, Nuclear Physics, Thermodynamics etc.
Most of them were min. A-level but rather college, university level problems, plus the exercises from the manuals, textbooks from top to bottom ( down to whatever age , key stage etc.) I can explain differently suitable for the student's knowledge level, year of study etc. so I can come down to very trivial issues as well as I can climb up to sophisticated problem sets as well.
yes, they can vary up or down +/- 25%
BSc+Master degrees in Physics, Maths, Law, Economics, PhD in Economics
I have got two scholarships : one in the UK for a Master degree course and one for a PhD in the USA.
I have taught Physics, Maths for roughly 16 years full-time, mainly in secondary and high schools, colleges while Economics, Law, Finance, Management and its derivatives like Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Monetary, International Economics etc. for 12 years full time-these latter ones mainly at universities.
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