Whenever a student is having difficulty understanding a topic, I make very intuitive illustrations to make concepts more digestible.
When teaching a new topic, I tell the students to make notes on it from the textbook, and then I get them to do practice questions.
Then for homework, I give them topic papers to complete. I do not provide them with the mark scheme but I do write the final answer to each question. The reason for that is so that they attempt the questions as many times as possible to get their answer to match the correct one.
This method really gets them thinking and often it makes some concepts really click for them.
Then comes the monthly recap tests which they do in front of me under exam conditions.
I have been giving lessons to students since January. I am making the most of my gap year by helping students stretch out to that extra mile and be satisfied with their academic results, just like how I felt with mine when I received my grades and place at Imperial College London.
I have taught many students. In Groups, 1:1, online and in-person. Right now (Summer 2021), they are going into their exams with their chests held high.
Travel cost needs to be paid for separately. I will send a statement of my travel costs as proof of cost due to tuition. In the case where I do not find a student home, the fee would still need to be paid for how many hours I was scheduled to teach.
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