I am an Oxford University graduate in Experimental Psychology with three years tutoring experience. I received 43 points in the IB with 776 at higher level. I have excellent feedback from previous clients.
Who can learn without repeating over again? - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French and German, English and Maths - all of them up to GCSE. I teach French and Economics up to A Level. I also offer English as a Foreign Language (EFL). In addition, I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique and member of STAT.
I am studying physics at Oxford University (entry 2015) and received a Distinction in the first year and a First Class in my BA. I started from a small village in Greece and got into university by teaching myself physics and maths because I could not afford otherwise. Eventually, I scored high in the PAT (physics aptitude test) and the Oxford interviews.
My name is Laurence, I have a PhD in Mathematics from The University of Oxford, where I also attended for undergraduate, completing an MMath integrated masters degree in mathematics. I have 4 years of tutoring experience and have tutored at several Oxford independent schools alongside privately tutoring many students.
I've tutored high-school students, middle-school students and university students. I base my classes on understanding deeply the subject and I expect my students to exercise a lot with me and at home. My goal is to make the student feel confident about his/her own abilities, to make him/her feel completely independent.
My teaching method is to encourage the students to discover Maths for themselves, thus re-creating in the classroom the role of a professional mathematician. I prefer this approach over instructional methods as I believe that students will retain knowledge discovered for themselves for longer than information that they have been told by someone else.
Hello mathematicians or "I'm a pupil get me through maths" people :)... I am a MEng Mechanical Engineering Student! My Grades: GCSE Maths: A A level Maths: A I am a sympathetic teacher that wants to know what is holding you back in maths; How I can get you through these barriers and quite importantly...
I'm a first year engineering sciences student at balliol college. After acing my A levels - 4 A* with a score of 1188 out of 1200 for math and a distinction in AEA - I now want to help college students get into their desired university. It is important to know that I will not teach you how to pass exams but I will guide you to learn the subject yourself and consequently do very well in your exams.
I'm friendly, relatively easy going and I understand the struggle! I'm a big fan of the Biosciences, but I'll be most helpful for Mathematical concepts since that's where my experience is. Discussion is the key to a depth of understanding! Depth of understanding will help you to adapt in an exam situation, as every oxford undergraduate will probably advise you.
My lessons are student-led, focusing on questions and problems which the students bring to me. Before each lesson, I ask the student what they wish to focus on, and then plan the lesson around a few clear learning objectives. To me, the best way to learn is to work out solutions for oneself, so I aim to guide students to their own answers and to help them understand why it is that a method works.
My teaching method is over the computer creating support for students who are needing extra tuition and support through their work. I tend to specialise more in primary years so ages 5-11, however, I can support people who are taking on QTS maths for University.
- I have qualifications in Mathematics to an A-Level Standards, achieving the highest grades possible in iGCSE Mathematics (A*), Further Mathematics (OCR, A**) and A-Level Mathematics (OCR MEI, A*). I can provide specific exam preparation or provide support to students who are having problems in mathematics.
My aim is to help you with the problems that you are having and try and explain it in a different way so that you can understand them. Listening to a teacher or reading from a textbook can be difficult, and sometimes a different approach or opinion can help in making sense of a concept.
Hi there, my name is Lauren Lu and I am a 1st year student at Oxford Brookes University studying Architecture and I look forward to helping students who want to thrive in Maths! My techniques cover the following topics: 1 Number 2 Algebra 3 Ratio, proportion and rates of change 4 Geometry and measures 5 Probability 6 Statistics My lessons are structured to cover one topic an hour...
I'm a recently graduated mathematics PhD who offers mathematics lessons to students of all levels. I structure my lessons based upon individual student needs but they generally include revising and working through exercise sheets. As a tutor I'm enthusiastic and professional. I put in effort to individualize lessons to get the best possible results for each student.
Introduction: I am a recent UCL graduate with 6 years of tutoring experience, equating to 5000+ total hours of tuition. I have helped many students (of all ages) prosper in terms of education and personal development, and I appreciate the immeasurable impact tutoring has on the performance and development of their school lives.
I am an oxford undergraduate student, and I hope I can teach you about chemistry or maths in GCSE or A Level and improve your study. The structure of class can be various, helping you to get a better understanding in class work or solving problems you meet, or learning extensively.
My methodology would be : 1) First, understand student background and prior knowledge. 2) Second, my focus will be on students confusions regarding their acquired knowledge. I 'll clear them as soon as possible. 3) I'll explain how the practical things are working around them with mathematics and physics principle. And then I'll move deep into it.
I am a first year undergraduate in Engineering at Oxford University with 6 A* at A level in Maths, further maths, additional further maths, statistics, physics and chemistry. Happy to tutor anyone in maths up to A level standard as well as physics and chemistry.
Hello, I am a physics student at Oxford University. I give lessons to primary, secondary and high school students (I can also aid IB students). When teaching maths or physics I try to focus on a deeper and better understanding of the core material and a use of various examples as this helps to develop the best problem solving skills.
I would like to give lessons to students taking the GCSE or iGCSE course as a part time job as I have got excellent iGCSE results myself but completely understand the struggle to juggle so many subjects at a time and am here to help! I hope to focus on helping students understand the fundamental concepts and then work on past paper questions to see the point of weakness and develop a study plan...
I base my teaching and tutoring on an engagement model and applied practise. Ensuring the student has learnt and understood the subject and content. Lesson reviews are also applied to complement the student, plus coverage of weak / needed material .
I can give lessons to A-level and below mathematicians. My teaching method is to go through the fundamental principles of each topic with detailed examples so that the student will get the greatest possible benefit out of it. I always make sure to explore every possible scenario of a topic to ensure the best understanding for the student.
Hi I am Oscar and I'd be delighted to take up some tutoring for you. I must say even though my experience in tutoring is lacking, but I hope to make up for in knowledge of the subject matter. I achieved A*A*A* in my A-levels which allowed me to get into oxford university where i continue to study my second year there.
I have 2 main methods of tutoring: 1. Lectures: Mainly aimed at students who need to catch up on material or learn things that they haven't yet learnt. I go through the topic of the day by explaining it, and not only lecturing the student, but guiding him or her and help deduce the principles of the chapter. 2.
The content is linking between the persons Character, Subject, and Ambiance. I gave lessons to high-school and undergrad students. I am a political, calm, talented person, and my friendly character helps a lot by building a good relation with my students, which will affect our studies positively.
I'm a friendly, interesting teacher, who likes to keep a child interested in his or her work. Making them enjoy maths and understand it quickly. My teaching methods have worked very well with children and I give them alot of examples as well as make them feel free to ask me questions or the same questions over and over again until they understand the concept of the topic.
I love teaching, and trying to make Maths work for the students, finding ways to remember and understand concepts that link to may ideas of maths. I was not the best at maths at school and so have a good understanding of the struggles that come with maths, been a lot of work to get to where I am now. I love working through problems and figuring them out with patience and time.
I try not to spoon feed pupils but guide them to the correct answer. I feel that allowing the pupil to get to the solution on their own helps them to really absorb the technique and learn the critical thinking required to succeed in Maths.
My teaching methods is to pin point what you would be weak at or want to improve upon and find the best possible way to help you improve while enjoying what you are doing at the same time! I currently teach people for Maths, Physics, Chemsitry and Biology for GCSE.
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Perfect! I had weekly maths sessions with Alex to help tackle certain A-Level modules and questions that I was struggling with. He is very flexible to adapt your lessons to suit your needs. Alex is also very patient who is happy to go through a question more...
Perfect! He's an excellent tutor and I'd definitely recommend him. His explanations are very clear and concise and he also prepares for the lesson in advance.
Perfect! He knows physics very well and aims to give an engaging tutorial, however I don't think he spent enough time preparing for our lesson which was rather disappointing.
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