I am currently on track for a 1st in my degree. First I find out which topic the student is struggling most with and start there. I start the lesson either introducing or going through the topic. Then spend the second half of the lesson going through worked examples. In the next lesson I then do a recap to see if the student has remembered.
I have previously tutored four students in maths (and physics) at GCSE level before I started my degree, with one student going from a D to an A after three months of tutoring. I have also been a teaching assistant to a year 6 class during their maths lessons.
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