I can give lessons to both GCSE Students and A-Level Students. For one-to-one tutorials, I like to gauge what the student knows. The student themselves will have a good idea of their own abilities, so I like to check with students directly where they feel their own strengths and weaknesses are first before trying to figure out myself. The student-tutor relationship has to go both ways for it to be successful - it's important for me not to be authoritative with students but instead, to work with them and let them help me to guide the lessons.
For group tutorials, it will depend on what the group want to know. It's important not to let any student fall behind, so I would aim to keep my groups to a number of 4 people at the very maximum. This way, I can plan my lessons accordingly to make sure we cover the whole topic that the group needs to know, and I can dedicate individual attention to each student.
In any tutorial, it is important not to simply lecture - the teaching has to be active. By planning in advance what I want to teach - and with the student's input if they want any specific topic to be taught - I can prepare resources in advance to keep the lessons interesting.
Hi. I am a Fourth Year Medical Student at Imperial College London. Using Biology constantly at Medical School, my knowledge base is strong for the subject. I also give society-led tutorials to the younger years at Medical School, giving me teaching experience. Teaching is something which I very much enjoy, and I would love to help young people achieve their goals and dreams.
The travel costs are only applicable if the distance is such that I have to take public transport. If it's not too far, I can walk. I cannot specify a distance - please contact me if you're interested.
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