I come from a family of teachers, and regularly tutor my younger cousins. I typically give a simple explanation and solution to the problem, and then let the student try a few with my help, until they are completely confident.
In 2014, I was awarded a bursary into a prestigious secondary school for my work at GCSE level. There I studied maths and further maths A level. I have since acquired a degree in Aerospace Engineering from University of Liverpool
As the complexity of the questions will lead to increased time needed to plan, the cost will change dependant on the level the student is at. For GCSE and below, the rate will be as shown above (£8/hr) for A level students, This rate will increase to £9/hr.
I will be able to have each session last a maximum of 2 hours a day but, if requested for more than this in a day, I would be happy to do so for an increased fee of an extra £1.50/hr (the first two hours would remain the normal rate.) If the lessons last longer because of me, and I have not been specifically asked for a longer session, you won't be charged for the added time :)
There is also an option to pay for a block of lessons for slightly cheaper:
10 hours of lessons (A level) - £85
10 hours of lessons (GCSE & lower) - £75
2014-2016: A LEVELS. Marlborough College. Wiltshire, SN8 1PA
Mathematics: A- Advanced Level. A- Advanced Subsidiary
Further Mathematics: A- Advanced Level. A- Advanced Subsidiary.
Literature in English: Distinction 3 – Cambridge Pre-U
Physics: B- Advanced Level
2016-2020: MASTERS DEGREE. University of Liverpool. Merseyside, L69 7ZX
Aerospace Engineering (MEng): 2:1
2016, 2018 (Summers): Gardner Aerospace Engineering. Deeside, CH5 3US
Description: I have spent 2 summers during university earning work experience as an engineer working on the shop floor of Gardner Aerospace, a supplier for Airbus. At my time there, I rotated through each section of the production process; I shadowed engineers working on orders and worked briefly in safety where pieces where reviewed. I spent most of my time there, however, on the shop floor. There, I operated my own mill, preparing and cleaning it after every job, making sure the pieces would be cut accurately to within a hundredth of a millimetre. I would then deburr them to make sure they were safe to handle. This job taught me to work quickly, but methodically, to ensure no minor detail was missed. It was also a realistic insight into the short, snappy and efficient way engineers had to communicate vital information. (Instructions on how to create the piece were given by CAD engineers through a screen on the mill, that could only show around 20 words per instruction.)
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