I feel that finidng an individual method for each student is ideal, as nobody is going to learn in the same way. First, you have to find out what the student already can do and what is the overall goal of our lessons. I usually prepapre unique worksheets and practice questions and help with tasks they were set in school, ensuring they understand what they do rather than simply memorise the methods.
I am 1st year Neuroscience student in the University of Edinburgh, and having achieved A-A* grades only throught my A-Levels and GCSEs I feel confident that anyone can achieve the same results! I have had reasonable tutoring experience in the past and would love to continue giving lessons.
Alex is a reliable and hardworking student. Being a friend of mine, he has helped me countless times with Maths through GCSE and A-Levels, and has consistently delivered great results himself. He is approachable, and really cares about helping others! I cannot recommend him enough!
Alex helped me with maths over the course of my A-Levels, and wow, he really got me from simply blindly trying to apply the methods to understanding the math behind it! Eventually, got the grades I needed to get into my first choice uni although I was predicted an E!
I am Ivan and me and Alex are both from Russia, and I could not speak english at all. However, Alex gave me lessons over skype, and look at me now, typing this review. I think you can draw conclusions from this.
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