My method of teaching is to help students understand the basics by setting lower level questions and splitting them up into manageable chunks so that one thing is tackled at a time. Then by gradually building up the difficulty we will reach the standard of questions that appear in exam papers.
I studied GCSE Mathematics and obtained a grade A* as well as a Free Standing Maths Qualification and achieved the highest grade of an A. I then went on to achieve As in AS Further Maths and A Level Maths.
I have tutored students via buddy schemes in school who have always been happy with how the sessions have worked out for them.
Lessons cannot be cancelled but may be rescheduled as long as it doesn't clash with another commitment
GCSE Mathematics - A*
GCSE Physics - A*
FSMQ - A
AS Level Further Mathematics - A
A Level Mathematics - A
A Level Accounting - A
I am currently in the first year of an Economics degree at the University of Nottingham which has a high percentage of mathematical modules, especially statistics, and I have chose to undertake the most difficult maths stream. I have achieved all 2:1s and 1sts in my Autumn semester modules and think I am on track for a 2:1 overall.
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