In my personal opinion memorising things is the worst way of learning because you aways face so many various complex problems which you've never seen before, and memorisation of few formulas will never help you to solve such task. The truth is that all Mathematics and Physics problems are fully based on analysis, logic and primary basic principles. Therefore the most important part of my teaching methodology is giving the student a complete understanding of basic concepts and ideas of new material so that he could derive and comprehend everything by himself based on his previous knowledge, logic and common sense. And the last, but not the least thing is the consolidation of the material with a lot of practice and problem-solving so that student could work out the tasks and do analysis in a very fast and efficient manner.
I am an Electronics and Electrical Engineering student at the University of Glasgow who is in the University's Engineering Excellence list. I have good quality knowledge of Mathematics (Statistics, Trigonometry, Geometry, Calculus, Algebra, Vectors, Complex Number and etc) and various aspects of Physics ( Digital and Analogue Electronics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Imaging, Nuclear Physics). Moreover, I was doing the International Baccalaureate programme Physics HL and Maths HL, which are similar and even more difficult than A-levels, so I could also help with preparation for IB and A-levels exams.
I would like to get 9-10 pounds for middle school students and 12-14 pounds for high school students as the material is more complicated and needs more working out and explanation. (we could discuss the price of lessons in person after the first free lesson)
Hello, I am an international Electronics and Electrical Engineering student at the University of Glasgow who intends finding a part time job and provide my knowledge in Physics and Mathematics to other people who need help in those subjects. I’ve always been a very hardworking and intelligent person who was good in explaining new material and solving complex problems. I am extremely motivated in finding a job and I’ll do my best to succeed in it.
• Good at explaining new material • Fast learner
In IB program me and my classmates used to organize Maths and Physics lessons and tutorials for middle and high school students from middle and high school as part of my Creativity Activity Services (CAS) program to give them extra knowledge and practice in difficult subjects. I’ve been doing that as sometimes explanations from people who think in the same way as a student becomes clearer to a child than some difficult explanations from teachers. During those teaching sessions I obtained many useful skills, which will fortunately help me with my future teaching.
2nd year Electronics and Electrical Engineering undergraduate student at the University of Glasgow (Engineering Excellence List)
International Baccalaureate 38 overall
IB Physics HL 5
IB Mathematics HL 5
IB English B HL - 6
French DELF - B2 / IB French B SL 7
Russian - in perfection
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