I am an international postgraduate student at University of York, pursuing a research degree in Physics.
I believe in shared learning, where both the student and the teacher benefits and enriches themselves through regular lessons and meaningful interactions. Without this symbiosis the lessons learnt tend to become mechanical and bland.
I have been giving private lessons since I joined college as an undergraduate and mostly mentored secondary school students.
I've taught many students in past 4 years. They overcame their exam hurdles with ease and most importantly, almost all of them are still in touch even after they have advanced in their respective fields of study.
I am Soham, pursuing a postgraduate research degree in Physics at University of York.
Since the final year of my undergraduate course I have been
privately teaching Physics at the secondary and higher secondary
level. Which helps me to stay rooted to the basics through the
lessons taught and meaningful interactions with my students.
As an integral part of my lessons I try to-
> explain complex concepts using easy-to-understand terms.
> aid students to excel in subject areas required per the
> aid students to excel in all standardized examinations and
> guide students to develop self-sufficiency and evolve as an
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