I am confident in teaching mathematics up to the A-levels. I often find that students who are struggling with their maths classes don't understand the basics. When I meet a new student I always start at the very beginning, and when I am happy with that we will move on. I believe in a communal approach, where the student and I work on problems together, rather than me telling them what to do.
I am studying for a Master's of Science degree in mechanical engineering, I was tutoring for four months before I moved to Brighton, I was teaching three students A-level mathematics. Two students went up by one letter grade during my tuition.
I am conscientious and hard-working, and I have a very positive attitude and enjoy working as part
of a team, as well as being able to complete tasks on my own. I have strong practical technical
skills and the ability to learn concepts quickly. I am IT literate and have used several engineering
programs (SolidWorks, AnsysFluent, and AutoCad) extensively, as well as several microsoft
programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
I have completed seven subjects for my Leaving Certificate (Mathematics, Physics, Applied
Mathematics, Latin, French, English, and Irish) and eleven Junior Certificate subjects.
Current Educational Endeavors:
● MSci Advanced Mechanical Engineering
● BEng Aeronautical Engineering (Hons) (First Class Honours)
University Module Results:
• ME246 Computer Aided Engineering (A+)
• XE221 Engineering Design, Innovation, and Management (A+)
• ME652 Aerospace Propulsion Systems and Avionics (A-)
• ME247 Dynamics (A+)
• ME245 Manufacturing Engineering (A+)
• ME258 Thermodynamics (A)
• XE220 Mathematics and Control (A-)
I completed my degree in the University of Brighton, during which I gained experience in the
workshop using mills, saws, CNC machines, lathes, and welding equipment. I designed and built
a carburetor in my first year, and a featherweight robot to compete in robot wars in second year. I
enjoy the design process, particularly taking an abstract 2D sketch from the paper and turning it
into a 3D computer model. I have a strong foundation in Dynamics and Physics and have
exceptional attention to detail.
Software packages used during University:
● SolidWorks (highly experienced)
● AutoCad (highly experienced)
● MatLab and Simulink (highly experienced)
● Microsoft Package including Excel, Word, and Powerpoint (highly experienced)
● OpenSCAD (highly experienced)
● Ansys Fluent (experienced)
● XFLR5 (experienced)
● Revit (comfortable)
Work and Other Experience
Watson Bros Gunmakers
December 2019-February 2020
I worked as an actioners apprentice for two months in Watson Bros Gunmakers in London, where
I gained some practical experience in computer aided design. During the two months I took on
practical modelling challenges, such as recreating finished gun parts in SolidWorks. None of the
gun parts had original drawings, as the owner designed every piece in his head, and when a piece
was being created the dimensions were secondary to how it looked. This mentality created lots of
awkward dimensions, which only had a tolerance of 1/1000th of an inch. These challenges were
excellent experiences in Computer Aided Design and I have learnt a lot from them. I unfortunately
had to leave Watson Bros Gunmakers for personal reasons.
Sussex Universities Royal Naval Unit – HMS Ranger
September 2016 – July 2019
I was an Officer Cadet with the Sussex URNU and an Honorary Midshipman in the Royal Navy
Reserve. As part of the Sussex URNU I complete training activities in Leadership, Navigation and
Seamanship and am deployed aboard HMS Ranger (a P2000 Archer class patrol vessel) regularly
throughout the year. I have completed various voyages including around the northern coast and
outlying islands of the United Kingdom and most recently to the Baltic sea as part of NATO exercise
BALTOPS. Whilst aboard HMS Ranger I have trained as Officer of the Watch – taking control of
the safe navigation of the vessel and also as Watch Leader where I co-ordinate the schedule of a
watch crew and ensure the completion of assigned tasks and as Catering Officer – taking
responsibility for the planning and provisioning and replenishment of food stores aboard the vessel.
I have held qualifications in First aid, Navigation Skills, Weapons Handling and Drill. I was also
regularly called upon to present to a large audience on various naval topics – my last talk was ‘The
history of HMS Victory’.
House of Fraser
September 2019-November 2019
I worked in the stockroom of House of Fraser, helping to receive deliveries and co-ordinate the
processing of stock, as well as organising the internal deliveries up to the shop floor. I also handled
the counting of the cash at the end of the day several days a week and was a trusted member of
I have travelled extensively and have experience of different cultures and lifestyles from around
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