My name is Louie, and I am an undergraduate physics student at the university of Glasgow, now entering my third year of a Masters program. I can teach to all levels up to my current level. I thoroughly believe that a good teacher should make sure their students' understanding is more than merely intellectual, and that their students are self-motivated, and that is what I aim to achieve in you.
I have been aiding my peers in revision for tests since I was in high school as a means to ensure that I know the course content thoroughly myself, and it has always made a difference to both parties. For some it meant pushing their low grade into a passing grade, for others it meant achieving that A when they were expecting a B, and subsequently being accepted into their university of choice. Overall, no matter how it effected their grades, we all felt like it was a more communal and friendly approach to learning than bog standard lectures.
I've had work experience as teacher's assistant at Rosh Pinnah Primary School
The details of my education and grades are as follows:
-University of Glasgow
(September 2015 – Present)
First year grades: A-C in Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics.
Second year grades: pending.
-Whitmore High School - 6th Form
(September 2013 – June 2015)
• Mathematics - A
• Further Mathematics – B
• Physics - C
• Music (AS) – C
In addition to my A-levels I also participated in a free-standing mathematics qualification (FSMQ) which was a course reserved for higher achieving students. I achieved a C grade in this.
-Whitmore High School
(September 2009 – June 2013)
10.5 GCSEs, grade A* x5, A x4, C x1.5, including Maths and English and Triple Science (further physics, chemistry and biology).
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