The focus is always to help you understand rather than memorise the concepts needed.
I've always found the gap between learning a math/physics concept and actually applying it the most challenging. So, the lesson format I've had most experience and success in is seeing which questions from school you have difficulty solving. From there, I'll be able to find out the gaps in knowledge you have, and teach you the concepts you need. We'll then solve the original question along the way, and I'll have you apply what we just learnt to different types of questions to ensure you have the fullest understanding of the concept.
I'm very open to discussing what kind of teaching might suit your learning style best, and I'll try and adapt how I teach.
I am a second year biomedical engineering student at Imperial College London. In high school I achieved 7 in International Baccalaureate Math HL and Physics HL, and an overall score of 42 out of 45.
I've spent two years tutoring math to students aged 12-18 years after school. I thus have experience tutoring a wide range of abilities and learning styles.
I've spent a month tutoring IB MYP English Language and Literature to a grade 8 student.
I used to really struggle with maths and physics, and I know all too well the frustration that comes with being unable to understand concepts taught. More importantly, I know how essential it is to have a strong grasp of the mathematical concepts taught in both subjects in order to improve (and hopefully come to love the subject!).
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