I am currently studying Chemistry with Molecular Physics at Imperial College London and I tutor Chemistry, Maths and German at A-Level as well as GCSE Level. For our lessons I will prepare problems and exercises for you to solve during the lesson and some more to solve in your own time if you want to. In German I would like to talk in German throughout the entire lesson.
My tutoring style for younger students is to encourage them to have fun with studying, to make it seem less of a chore, and make the learning aspects easier. I like to mix up my lessons into 15-20 minute blocks for different topics, and also to make sure the student gets the most out of the session.
I believe practice is the way to learning. A lot of my teaching is based around practicing exam style questions, and questions that students would actually receive when being assessed. I use questions to try to understand which areas my students struggle with, and then target these specific areas.
I believe on using different methodologies according to the student best fit. Every child is different and learn in a different way so adjusting it is always the best policy. In tutoring you often cover the topic that they are seeing at school which allows even more flexibility in terms of the methodology to use.
I approach my lessons based on the student's learning preference. If the student prefers learning through visuals, I will use images and videos. If the students prefers answering questions, I will ask open-ended questions such as what they notice from the question.
Mathematics is the bedrock of most courses which has application in different areas of life. Therefore understanding the concepts from the basis is very important. The methodology used to teach is by using examples that brings clarity to difficult concepts in mathematics and teaching one step at a time while being open to questions from students.
Cambridge & Harvard Graduate. Over six years tutoring experience. Successfully worked with over 150 students. I am a highly experienced science and maths teacher and deliver personalised sessions preparing you for exam success.
I have a Ph.D in the philosophy of physics and eight years' experience as a private tutor, my students have secured places at top private schools including scholarships to Eton and St Paul's. I love teaching science through hands-on experiments. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach mathematics and the sciences from 11+ to A-Level.
Doctoral degree in Applied Maths, First class Maths(with Physics) graduate, all A's in A-levels subjects. I have had three school teaching placements and 8 years private tuition experience. Keen on teaching university and A level maths/physics. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics Physics - Tell me about your qualifications.
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.
My four main aims are the following: To challenge my students to aim for the highest attainment, ultimately this is represented by taking the higher paper at GCSE, tackling all topics for the higher paper. To build the confidence of my students and instil a relentless drive and commitment to hard work that goes beyond maths.
Hello, my name is Shaun. I am a Mathematics graduate and am now working as an Investment Analyst for a global consultancy firm. I am understanding, patient and passionate about teaching all ages and abilities. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics and Statistics at KS2, KS3 and GCSE levels. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I give lessons to students in primary or secondary school who may be studying for their GCSES. I have just completed the new specification for the Maths GCSES examinations therefore I have a lot of experience in this subject as i have gained a grade A. However I believe i am able to teach students the necessary content and examination style qualifications needed to achieve full marks in the exams.
My strength is my ability to identify and adapt to each learning style in order to help pupils reach their full potential. Many pupils lack confidence in Mathematics and I have been very successful in rebuilding it. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a mathematician with vast experience teaching up to A-level.
I have various experience, from teaching students who need extra boost to naturally talented students. I teach by perfecting the understanding of the foundation of Mathematics, so that my students are able to grasp the entirety of the problem. I am a devoted student of Mathematics at Queen Mary University, and I aspire to become a professor in the field of pure Mathematics.
Professional, Full-Time, Private Tutor based in London. Over 4 years of tutoring experience and over 6 years' experience of working in London as a Business Consultant within the Financial Services sector.
Learning is fun if presented in the right way. I provide personalised study programmes tailored just for your child's needs. I use latest research in Child Education, Child Psychology and Teaching Methods as my guidelines. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I prepare kids for 10+, 11+, 13+ exams for grammar and independent schools. I prepare kids for CEM tests. CSSE. GL assessments. SAT'S.
I follow an approach that is most suitable for your needs - Mix of notes and assignments to guage your progress and then corrective lessons to fill your gaps.
Results 2017: A-level. A* 50% of tutees, A grade 30% of tutees, B 10% of tutees C/D. 10% GCSE: 70 % A *, 20% A, 10% B. I help parents and children who are striving for good grades in GCSE/A-level or degree level exams in Science subjects. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach, Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Health and Social Care NVQ, HNC, HND level subjects.
I work with children aged 4-16 as well as adult learners. For each student, we will create action plans which outline the objectives for the half term and how we aim to achieve them. Lessons will be split half theory (teaching content) and the other half practical (i.e. do exam questions) unless you ask otherwise.
my method of teaching is by attempting. id quickly explain the fundamentals but take time during the actual attempt to solve a problem. breaking the problem down to individual parts so its easier to take in.
I am a highly experienced tutor for children aged 5-12 years. As well as being a great teacher, I have an excellent track record of helping children (and parents) through the London Independent and selective School entrance process.
With 43 years professional experience I tutor in all major subjects of Civil Engineering. Examples: 1) Hydraulics 2) Concrete Structures 3) Steel Structures 4) Mathematics 5) Management 6) MICE qualification I live in central London and accept students to my teaching space. I do not visit students.
I am a professional tutor with 12,000 hours of experience who aims to motivate students to broaden their curiosity and critical thinking in classes planned to solve problems, explore, experiment and apply skills creatively for deep learning. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths: KS1, KS2, Entrance Exams. English Language & Literature: KS1. Reasoning. Media Studies: A Level. Psychology.
I am one of a small number of the UK's elite "career" tutors. I do not do tutoring on the side of another profession nor fit it in around other studies - it is my sole occupation and my passion.
Having benefited from a very good private education, tutoring is an opportunity to use my talents to help others toward realising their full potential and increase their chances of success in any future endeavours. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics Economics Accounting Business Related Subjects - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am about to start at Cambridge University to read Physical Natural Sciences, having achieved 4 A*s at A-level. In my tutoring, I aim to give secondary school pupils a deep understanding of mathematical problem solving, so that they are equipped to answer questions that they may not have seen before, thus avoiding exam room surprises.
My tutoring style is very interactive. Rather than just spending a whole session talking to the student, I believe in questioning them and getting them to share their ideas with me. I do not believe in rote learning i.e. students taught a method to memorise. To me, it is essential that students have a conceptual understanding of what they are learning.
After an initial conversation with the student and parent/guardian I come up with a personalised learning plan based on the student's goals and current level. My teaching style focuses on making complex topics simple with clear, concise explanations supplemented by worked out examples and exercises to practice on.
I love teaching by telling examples of real-life applications; which can ease the understanding. Rather than teaching only theories, I want to tell people what they actually mean especially in maths and physics ; not only a bunch of formulas and numbers but what those equations are capable of.
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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?