Am flexible and friendly tutor, who would love to teach and feel that students understand fully. I always try hard to make sure students achieve their targets with a full understanding of the subject. I would like to use a variety of visual aids during my teaching, I make it interesting and practical in nature. I apply different teaching methods based on the need and ability of the students.
A MSc/PhD Student with extensive experience in research and biomedical sciences. My methodology of teaching involves engaging the students initial knowledge and experience and building on that using positive reinforcement. I will also give students the tools required to engage in further research independently. 1 hour a week is recommended to boost grades to achieve personal targets.
My teaching style is very student centered and I am extremely friendly, approachable and patient. I see the learning process as an experience that can be enjoyable and rewarding for the student, especially when they overcome difficult topics they thought they would never be able to master! I provide support with homework completion, assignments and exam preparation.
I can give lessons to anybody from primary school age to A-level. I appreciate that people learn in different ways and so I focus on making my lessons adaptable to individuals learning styles as well as explaining things in different ways and providing the students with different techniques they can use to help them in their studies.
I teach students based on their curriculum (for younger students) or specific exam boards (for GCSE and a level students). I also give homework to consolidate the topics learnt.
My teaching Method is, I spend half of the lesson explaining and going through the work then I will set a task and feedback at the end of the lesson. I am a friendly and relatable kid who is in the same year as what I will be teaching.
I teach to students up to A Level and I have a thorough understanding of all levels up to this. I prefer to work flexibly with my students, understanding their learning style and planning my lessons around that. Often I will do guided examples and then encourage independent work before marking the students' work collaboratively.
As a qualified teacher with a Master's degree and a proven track record, I am suitably qualified to help high school and college students improve their academic performance.
Hello, I am a Masters (MPhil Medicine) graduate of the University of Manchester, previously graduating (BSc (Hons) Biochemistry) from the University of Leeds. Within the scope of my tutorials we can explore and re-learn topics from GCSE to Bachelors level Science, including triple sciences, statistics, biochemistry and introductory computer science.
I am an undergraduate chemistry student willing to teach chemistry up to A-levels. In my lessons, I like to use various practice questions on problem student is struggling with. I support students to think about the problem and to understand the topic deeply, not just memorize it.
I approach each topic with a previous test on what was learnt the previous day. Any questions that were incorrect would be practiced briefly again. I like interactive teaching for example using pictures to teach. These tricks also helped me during my studies.
I'm a Spanish student here in Manchester, I'm a biotech student and I offer lessons of both Spanish and Sciences. If you struggle with some of those ones, I'm the guy to find. I will help you whatever your needs are. My lessons will last an hour, they will be structured in a practical halve and a theoretical halve.
I aim to build upon students prior knowledge of science from KS3 up to GCSE. Whether it's support with understanding the basic concepts of science, or challenging students that are already confident in their understanding, I am able to tailor my tutoring depending on the needs of the individual.
I give lessons to GCSE students normally but I would love to mentor A-level students who are studying chemistry as this is my strongest subject that I understand and would love to teach. I always approach each topic by going through the basics and ensuring they understand all concepts. I do this visually, with diagrams, whilst also explaining it verbally with examples and scenarios.
Hi there, my name is Edward I am a second year student at the club university of Manchester studying Physics. I took maths, further maths, chemistry, Spanish and physics at A level. I am profficient in all subjects and teach it well. I have experience looking after kids at a friends daycare club called CASA club in Surrey.
I prefer online tution. We will discuss the syllabus materials and then move on to sample practice questions when you are confident with the lesson.
My teaching style varies as it depends on the student and their preferences. I like to ask the student themselves how they would like me to teach and what methods they find most useful. That way they achieve much more from the time I spend with them. I like to begin by going through a specimen paper with the student then identifying the areas I need to pay attention to in future lessons.
I like to cover the whole specification for the subject - starting with the weakest topics. Each session would consist of completing a topic along with making personal notes that the student can revisit later to make more use of the session.
My teaching methodology is based around exam style questions as this best helps boost exam grades. I will accurately assess what the pupil knows and any misconceptions they may harbour so I can address and correct them appropriately to give a good foundation to then look at higher level questions to ensure they can access the majority of a paper.
I base my lessons on the aspects that the students find particularly hard or challenging. I then try to tackle the issue by explaining it in a way that the students would better understand it.
Hello! I graduated with a First class degree in B.Sc (Hons) Biochemistry from the University of Manchester and studied for a doctorate in Biophysics for one year. I have a passion for teaching and sharing my knowledge of science and am invested in the success of my students. My teaching approach is open and communicative, tailored to your aims as a student.
I am at college studying in Manchester. I achieved a good grade in Maths at GCSE and want to help other students get a good grade. Furthermore, I am patient, kind, polite, helpful and able to help other children. I am passionate about helping children to achieve good results. Additionally, I have a wide range of resources to tutor so I will be able to find the best method to help.
My teaching methods vary according to the student. I start by asking questions to understand a student's initial knowledge and form a structured learning plan based on their strengths and weaknesses. I also help students come up with personalised learning techniques.
My teaching method is to work on an area of weakness and to take out any previous misconceptions that students have, helping build a stronger solid foundation of knowledge. My lessons will last an hour and they will include taking away misconceptions, building knowledge and testing knowledge with exam style questions.
In the past I have only tutored children around the age of 8-12; However, I can teach both younger and older. With that age group we worked through their homework together, and discussed anything they we're confused with. I also asked them to show what they discussed that week in class, and then would quiz them if they answered correctly.
I am an Alevel student and is expected 1A* and 2As in my sciences. I want to progress to university to study biomedicine. Good thing about my teaching is my own experience, techniques and notes for getting all As in the toughest Alevel subjects.
My teaching methods are based on discussions and problem solving. I believe that I can explain things in a way that is very effective.
Teaching properly is achieved if a student walks out of the class with genuine interest in a topic. That's what I try to convey during my lessons; my interest in science mixed with the genuine curiousity of a person who is constantly learning new things. I enjoy a conversation style lesson and find it beneficial for students when they begin to relate a topic to their own lives.
I believe everyone learns things differently so one specific approach isn't really something I focus on. My degree was also biomedical sciences. I love studying and I make my own lectures and assignment fun to study, I want to share that with everyone out there struggling.
I am PGCE qualified Science teacher with 15years of experience. I specialise in GCSE Biology and Chemistry. all exam boards. My teaching method varies according to the individual needs. I would like to see all my students pass the exam with flying colours.
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