I like to teach what I'm sure I know, so although I have A-level knowledge of chemistry and maths, I only feel comfortable teaching up to GCSE level because I'm confident that I'll have all of the answers.
I structure my lessons to first make sure the student first has a good understanding of why things work before teaching how they work. I find if you have a good understanding of the reasons why something works, the way it works becomes much easier to remember.
Although I haven't had any paid jobs as a tutor, I often help people I know with their revision or learning. My most recent experience of this was a few weeks ago, where I helped a fellow student on my course to pass his maths resit (from under 20% to over 50%). I've also helped my younger brother with a lot of his GCSE revision (last year), and he scored higher than expected on results day.
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