I tutor students from KS2 (SATS) to A level (given that it is a subject I have taken at A level), of all levels. My teaching style involves talking, reading, writing, drawing (diagrams) and demonstrations (where possible). I also run through practice questions and examples with the students to ensure they have understood.
In my lessons, I go over the theory with the student, asking questions here and there to make sure they understand, and answering all questions they have. I explain the concept however many times is required for the student to require it, so they shouldn't shy away from asking questions or telling me they haven't understood something!
I also do my best to adapt my teaching to their learning style, and greatly appreciate feedback from the student so that I can better do this.
I graduated from UCL for Mechanical Engineering with a first class (2020). I took physics, maths and chemistry at A level, and biology at AS. I have been a tutor for over 3 years. My students have always passed and achieved grades above their targets (set by school).
For KS2, lessons are £15.00.
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
BEng Mechanical Engineering UCL (2017 – 2020)
First Class Honours
Outline: Key focus on fluids, thermodynamics, mechanics, programming and mathematics
Bentley Wood High School (2015 – 2017)
A-levels: Physics (A) • Maths (A) • Chemistry (A)
AS level: Biology (A)
Crest Academy (2010 – 2015)
10 GCSEs: Maths (A*) • Physics (A*) • English Language (A*) • French (A*) • 5 As including Further Maths, Spanish, Biology, Chemistry and English Literature
Tutoring (2017 – present)
Private 1:1 tutoring of KS2, KS3, GCSE and A-level students. I always push my students to achieve their full potential, as I always have faith in them, and believe it is my responsibility, as their tutor, to help unlock it.
• Communicating with parents and children to understand what both want to achieve
• Understanding what was preventing the child from understanding something and finding different ways to go about it – via diagrams, videos, real-life examples, demonstrations, etc…
• 100% pass rate
Volunteering at a Non-Profit Organisation (Present)
An organisation with a key focus on engaging with the youth, providing them with a sense of belonging and support.
• Planning and organising outdoor youth events for local community
• Researching into youth mental health – causes, treatments, and how to help. To be presented in a report and other medias for educating local community leaders and others
I worked on many projects of varying themes, such as pollution and health, designing a bike, researching material composition for knee cartilage prosthesis, and more. During these projects, I built and perfected my team-work skills, by leading teams of varying sizes with members of all engineering disciplines, overcoming internal conflicts, and maximising the team’s productivity by appreciating different members’ strengths and weaknesses.
• Software: Python • Basic Arduino • MATLAB • Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel) • SQL & MySQL • HTML • CSS
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Cycling • Hiking • Drawing • Member of the UCL Robotics Society and Eurobot competition team • Japanese culture • Watching documentaries on wildlife, nature and physics
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