Award Winning Maths Tutor in London Specialised in preparing Students for success in 10+, 11+ Maths Tutor, pre-test 13+, 13+, GCSEs, A-level and IB, and homeschooling. - Which subject(s) do you teach? My expertise and passion for helping students unlock their learning potential led me to found Hampstead & Frognal Tutors in 2010.
I am a French Erasmus student enrolled in Year 4 at Imperial College London where I study Chemical Engineering. I am a hardworking student and serious tutor. I ended up valedictorian in my Preparatory School before entering a high-level Engineering School. I was ambassador and 5-star tutor for Superprof France over the past year.
I am an experienced professional tutor who is both patient and thorough, who enjoys this sort of work and has helped many people through their examinations and takes a keen interest in all my students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths, Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Accountancy and Business Studies. - Tell me about your qualifications.
When tutoring I am mostly Exam Focussed, tailoring lesson plans to meet exam expectations and delivering specific information that guarantees your success. I will usually perform an initial assessment to find out where you are as far as Grades are concerned. I will then tailor lessons to strengthen the weak areas that were found during the initial assessment.
I am a Cambridge Graduate and Economics Teacher at London's prestigious University College School. I am also an Examiner for Edexcel Economics. I have been teaching in Central London over the last 8 years. - Which subject(s) do you teach? A-level Economics A-level Mathematics A-level Politics A-level Business Studies A-level Further Maths A-level Accounting - Tell me about your qualifications.
Communication with the student is the key, to see where do the problem come for him or her! I then rigorously check the pupil's level: -If there are any core difficulties, we start again together to see where they come from, and then only go deeper. -A fast look at the lessons, and then practice.
You will receive one hour of Primary Maths or GCSE Tuition You may need to feel more confident. You may need some helpful strategies. You may need to go from B to an A or a D to a C I've taught over 200 students over 10 years and I've learnt that each student is unique. I tailor the class to your ability level, personality, how you feel about Maths, learning style and more.
I think that communication is key. I make sure to work with the student to achieve the best outcomes. People tell me that I am patient and kind.
I can give lessons to KS3, GCSE and A level students. I always gauge the student's knowledge of the fundamentals in the first lesson unless I am needed for revision purposes. My methodology is primarily based on linking the textbook material to real life applications so that the student can appreciate the content and hopefully consider a STEM degree.
Initially I identify my student’s strengths and weaknesses, assess where assistance is required and work with them to achieve our set goals. I approach lessons following an ‘I Do, We Do and You Do’ approach. So I show my students how to do the task, then we do it together and finally the student does it on his/her own.
I am a very determined person that has worked with young people before. I will be pleased to help you achieve the target grade for your Mathematics GCSE's or A levels. The structure of the lesson will consist of listening to your inquiries, discussing them and working with you to achieve an understanding of the logic underpinning various concepts. I would also be happy to explain entire chapters.
I have a knack for explaining extraordinarily complex ideas in the simplest way possible. My teaching style is straightforward and effective. I first gauge my pupil's skill level & how they best consume information, and adjust my methodology accordingly. Some students prefer to have a deep understanding of the content, others prefer the most efficient way to memorise it.
I have many years of experience as a full-time personal tutor. I build the confidence, motivation, and enthusiasm essential for success in exams and beyond. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths for Common Entrance 11+, 13+, GCSE, IGCSE, A Level, IB and Pre-U. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I adapt my teaching style to the personal needs of the person I work with. Everybody is different, and therefore the teaching style needs to be adapted appropriately as well. I particularly like working with students who struggle with Maths and see them grow in confidence and ability over the period of time. I find it extremely rewarding. I focus on building up my students' confidence.
I approach my lessons depending on topics the students finds the most challenging, regularly revisiting previously covered topics for revision, so students may come to me with questions they are having trouble with and I will structure the lesson accordingly. This is to ensure they are engaged rather than just listening.
I began tutoring Maths 13 years ago, after achieving 100% in my own GCSE examinations. I have recently been accepted to Oxford University for a Maths PGCE. As a tutor, I share my expertise and deep understanding of Maths through fun and engaging sessions, designed to raise a student's confidence and achievement.
I like to be interactive when Teaching, using analogies and bringing my examples to life scenarios to make it engaging.
My teaching methods involve working from what the student already knows and building on to get them to the level they want. For maths, practice is the most important thing so maths questions will be involved with direct help offered.
I aim to use relatable real-world examples and clear, attractive visualisations to help students understand concepts with clarity and confidence.
I've made students who were failing their degree studies become university toppers (references provided upon request). Results for 2016/7: 100% A*-B grades achieved. I also offer help with assignments / projects at undergraduate/postgraduate levels. Q.
I providing tutoring sessions in Maths up to A Level standard, including Additional Maths GCSE and also some Further Maths modules. Through my company I also provide tutoring for a number of other subjects, so get in contact to enquire whatever subject you are looking for. The format of my lessons is very flexible.
My students come from a broad profile spectrum. I've worked with all age groups, from elementary school to high school, university and even people in their retirement years. Currently I mostly teach IB and IGCSE students from various international schools around the world.
I am to make sure my students have a good understanding of the topic we are covering. Once the topic is understood we practice questions ranging from easy to difficult to cement what we have learnt.
I will ask and go through and notes provided by the student and I will solve it at home and demonstrate to the students during tuition time
My lessons are flexible and adaptable and meet the needs and learning styles of your children. I aim to instil confidence independence and enthusiasm. I believe that a positive education leads to a happy child with a curiosity for learning. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Early years, KS1, KS2, KS3 4+, 7+, 8+, 11+, 13+ and SATs prep Maths English French - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a qualified Performing Arts teacher who has also been teaching Maths in private tuitions for more than 25 years.
I am a 3rd year student at Oxford University and obtained an A* in GCSE maths and an A* in A Level maths in just one year. Whilst my academic attainment is evidence of my capabilities as a tutor, being a good tutor is about more than this.
I specialise in teaching Maths at GCSE level and A level, as well as some areas of undergraduate Maths. Each student is different, so I try to adapt my teaching style to suit each particular student. Some students this prefer a very flexible approach, whereas others (often younger students) require a curriculum.
My teaching method is such that I break down the topics into the most simplest way possible so that even the students who are struggling to learn would be able to learn. I'm very determined and passionate about helping others that I would not easily give up until the student fully understands a topic.
***Note** This is for anyone who needs help with stata, but I can also help if you are more familiar with excel or other statistical programming languages. My aim is to keep things as simple as possible . I enjoy breaking abstract concepts down to make them more palatable to my students, which I have found to be extremely effective from previous experiences.
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Whether it's to help you achieve high marks in high-school or to simply revisit some necessary daily math, getting a maths tutor can have many benefits. While Einstein demonstrated his formula of quadratic reciprocity almost 100 years ago, you might have found yourself puzzled by the "quadratic" part. If so, why not take some home tutoring classes!
Mathematics is particularly complex, and it is difficult to tackle a whole program without sometimes forgetting bits here and there. maths can be divided into several categories, namely: mechanics, mathematical physics, number theory (prime numbers, decimals, complex numbers), logic, geometry (including trigonometry), algebra, probability and statistics (called probabilistic study), graphs (function limits, exponential functions, variation table), real and complex analysis and perspectives.
It would be very ambitious to tackle all this alone and, unless you are a great British mathematician such as Alfred Kempe, it is unlikely that you will understand everything at first. Whether you are really struggling or just need a refresher, there's no reason to be shy.
You can even take tutoring lessons with someone your own age, if that helps you to feel more comfortable: learning the mathematical sciences like physics and chemistry, studying exam review booklets, creating study sheets, getting help with your current homework problems... The possibilities are endless. To get inspired, visit a library like the one at University College London (UCL), where the London Mathematical Society collection is also located.
Every student responds differently to a physics class or a maths class, so it's important not to build up too much pressure while trying to keep up the pace, whatever your goals are! Among the topics most often visited during a maths tutoring session, we find: the affine (or linear) function, the secrets of fractions, mental calculation (without calculators), the difference between cosine and sinus, exponential or scalar functions, algorithms, binomial distribution or the elements of a polygon.
Want to know more about numbers or probabilities? It may be time to revisit mathematical matrixes, derivations and inequalities, through interactive courses with an expert tutor!
Whether you want to improve your skills or prepare for your final exams in a small group, London is full of places where mathematics is in the spotlight. For example, King's College London is a high school for students with a fascination for mathematics that runs in conjunction with King's College London University. There is also the London Mathematical Society which offers grants, research, networking, lectures, and awards a number of prestigious prizes each year.
Different schools require rigorous training and total mastery of your maths courses before being accepted to their programs. It is generally essential to take some scientific preparatory classes, which allow for essential preparation for entrance exams to engineering schools or other programs. The advantage of a prep class is to give you all the tools you need to learn the necessary mathematics quickly and efficiently.
The same goes for preparation for final exams in upper school as well as homework support all year-round, as many university's offer acceptance to their programs based on marks achieved in maths and sciences in high school.
There are also other public or private schools that offer courses thanks to a solid teaching team: your mathematics teacher will usually be an associate, or a certified teacher. Most come from the Ministry of Education and have accreditation including more than a bachelor's degree in mathematics.
School such as Newton Prep School help younger learners make mathematics fun, practical and interactive. There is also the London School of Mathematics and Programming which offers courses in math, programming and robotics in a fun and unique way. Some private institutes also offer tutoring courses in maths.
There are also associations in London where the formula is simple: maths enthusiasts, or private teachers, get together two to three times a week to discuss physical sciences or maths sciences. These associations can also be a great resource for finding qualified maths tutors in the city.
For an intensive internship or revisions for exams such as the GCSE, A-Level and University, tutoring can help set you up for success.
Do you know the most famous mathematician of all time? Granted, there are several, between Pythagoras and his theorem of trigonometry, Archimedes, who gave his name to the law of physical buoyancy, Isaac Newton and his research on gravity... Mathematics covers many different aspects!
Other big names in mathematics have influenced the discipline, many hail from the UK such as William Jones who was responsible for coining the famous symbol ‘pi’, which is widely used in calculations today, and Arthur Cayley who helped found the modern British school of pure mathematics.
Moreover, we must remember how mathematics, and especially algebra, are ancestral disciplines, invented several millennia ago. You can learn more about the amazingness of maths by visiting the Winton Gallery at the London Science Museum in South Kensington. The new mathematics gallery was recently completed and is worthwhile to check out as it is architecturally modelled after a wind tunnel for a 1920s plane.
Also, if you have a curious mind and want to learn more about how maths can play a role in answering some of the essential questions that concern our planet, you can visit the Mathematics of Planet Earth international exhibition at the Imperial College in London, displaying exhibits, videos and computer programs.
Maths teachers are not lacking in the city of London: between universities, private schools, business schools, associations or even mathematics clubs, you will always find a teacher to help you memorize your multiplication tables or offer help with homework.
Moreover, in most universities or schools, students have access to hours of academic support to help them progress. Home tutoring can also be set up during the school year, or during the holidays (winter holidays, Easter holidays). There are even summer vacation mathematics courses, to enjoy at the same time as visiting tourist attractions, such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the British Museum.
Taking an after school or weekend maths class can also be a smart solution: teachers are ready to teach you at any time of the week! Moreover, to improve your skills, they will tell you that there is nothing better than maths worksheets and workbooks. Why not take your notebook under your arm, and go study on the terrace of a cafe or under a tree at Trafalgar or Berkeley Square?
Know also that each professor has his speciality or his field of expertise: euclidean division, cryptography, measuring angles, proportionality... But a maths tutor must also be able to adapt to all circumstances and the needs of each student!
Faced with the rising number of teacher and tutors in London, finding the best mathematics teacher who can help you with your project might seem overwhelming. But that's not the case with Superprof! Indeed, we have a great selection of professional tutors offering private lessons at home while respecting your schedule and your budget, and are flexible on meeting places.
Studying? Homework help? Learning the basics? Or tackling the most complex? Our Superprof teachers are ready for all different levels and challenges that arise, from those just starting out to university level learners.
Moreover, among our youngest teachers, you will undoubtedly find engineering students or doctoral students ready to help you out. They can offer weekly classes, in addition to computer courses, physics, chemistry, online maths courses and even courses in other subjects (geography, history, science and technology), through tailor-made classes and exercises.
Oh, and do you know how many teachers are available to you on Superprof? Just a little over 11, 000 tutoring and private lessons combined! You can perform a geographical search to find the ideal teacher for you and set up an effective mathematics program, to help you visibly progress and succeed. Meeting up at Hyde Park could be a bonus, right?
Whether or not they have the accreditation, our teachers are very familiar with all levels and maths skills, from physics to algebra to engineering. Your home tutor will have excellent teaching skills and know how to be patient in helping you to achieve your goals, starting from the very first lesson. Your maths teacher may be waiting around the corner. So what are you waiting for to deepen your knowledge and succeed in your career, your exams and your schooling?