I teach using exam past papers as high grades is what most students want to achieve. I go through every type of question so no unpleasant surprised can occur during an exam and students will be ready. This is after a good understanding of the topic has been established.
I am an engineering student doing a degree in Aeronautical Engineering. I have been tutoring for 3 years with students of different backgrounds and different academic levels ranging from primary to a Level. I have immense experience in teaching a Level Mathematics.
My favorite teaching method is the one that makes the student always participate on his own learning of the subject
I would be starting my second year at Oxford University doing engineering science in October 2017. I got 3 A* 's and 2 A's for my A level doing Further and normal Maths, Physics, Biology and Mandarin. I also did an EPQ. I also got 4th in the year for my first year exams here at Oxford so trust me when I say I know a bit of maths and physics ;) .
Hello! I am due to start my Medicine Degree at Imperial College London this October having completed my A-level examinations for the new Biology, Chemistry and Physics specifications this summer. I believe that exam success is achieved by working side by side with the specification, a lot of exam practice and hard work.
My name is James, I'm a 20 year old Aeronautics student at Imperial College London. I'm offering private lessons in maths, physics, chemistry and biology at GCSE level or below, in the Kingston area in Greater London.
Hello, my name is Naeem. I am an enthusiastic, experienced, honest and hardworking personal tutor, catering for students for Physics and Maths to GCSE, IGCSE, IB, Pre-U, A-level for all exam boards. Currently I am Physics Consultant lecturer at Imperial West Academy UK and working as freelance Maths/ Physics Tutor.
I am Aran Kakaria. I am known to be very eccentric and detail focuse, who will aim to help students work on weaknesses and exam preparation. Will take students till their GCSE.
1. Gap Analysis, Identify current student level and knowledge 2, Identify areas for improvement 3. Identify how best the student learn or absorbs information 4. Adapt teaching method to the above 3.
I try to tailor my sessions to my students and work on their weaknesses. I have achieved 4 A* in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics so am very confident to tutor these subjects up to A Level. I am also planning to study Mathematics at university so I am especially passionate about teaching that. I am very friendly and approachable and try to make my sessions enjoyable for my tutees.
Lessons should be carefully tailored to the student and this is something I stand by. With Maths and Physics in particular, besides repetition and experience, approaching a topic from numerous angles and understanding the reasoning behind certain formulas is essential.
I like to provide structured tutoring sessions with clear notes, and a very chronological approach. However I am very flexible depending on how a student learns best and will be happy to discuss the student’s most effective way of learning in the first session.
I usually teach GCSE for Physics, Chemistry and Maths. I also teach Chemistry and Maths for A-level. The way I teach my students is through notes, videos of real life applications and lots of questions. The lesson will usually have a quick review of the previous session, then some explanation of the new topic and then questions to consolidate everything.
I'm a student at Tiffin Boys in Year 13, I achieved 7 A*s at GCSE with 4 As. I Teach Maths, Physics, Economics and Geography. I teach any ages up to a GCSE level. I use similar methods that I have been used at my Grammar School that has seen much success where over 90% students achieve A*/A at GCSE in Maths.
My lessons are aimed at GCSE level and below. Each student learns differently. I aim to individualise the style of learning to a student or a group. I work with the student or group to focus on and analyse what they are struggling with and begin to work on the problem.
I'm a calm and pateint tutor who tutored many levels and loves to help the student think not memorize the course and i'm studying BEng Mechanical engineering first year kingston university and as a tutor i'm very patient with whom I tutor.
A* GCSE student and A grade predicted A level student offering sessions to help boost understanding for GCSE students and to get them the grades they want. Lessons will be semi-pupil led by identifying their weaknesses and working to improve with a combination of one to one teaching and specification-centred questions. Additional homework can also be supplied but is optional.
I'm currently studying Mathematics, History and Psychology at College, but after completing a GCSE in both Mathematics and Physics I know the subjects well. My lessons will consist of ensuring the student understands what they have learnt in lessons and to excel this learning to their maximum potential in preparation for any exams or end of year tests they have coming up.
Hey, I'm 19 years old and I'm here to help you with your maths needs. Everyone's different so I'd let you guide me into where you need help and any particular problem areas you have. I would suggest that practice makes perfect with maths so there'll be a few practice questions to do.
Mostly I give lessons to all below University level, with a focus on Physics and mathematics. I will focus on getting the student to understand concepts rather than learn formulae by heart. My professional experience is testament of my skills.
I give lessons to a wide range of students in terms of ability and age. My style is first to tell what you are supposed to know in accordance with your syllabus. This will be followed by asking whether you would like me to cover only certain areas or the full syllabus. I will then take tests at the beginning to find out the depth of your knowledge to help me determine the starting point.
I am a recent graduate with a degree in Masters' of Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honors), and I wish to pass on the knowledge which I have hitherto acquired to students who are currently studying maths and science in either secondary school or college (GCSE, AS, A level).
My teaching method is to cater to the individual student by giving a summary at the end of each topic covered and revisiting certain, more difficult concepts. I will first teach the concepts in an engaging way and then to use past exam papers in order to demonstrate how the student will be assessed and pick up on any weaknesses he/she may have.
I start the first lesson by assessing the level and key areas that the student needs help in and from there draw up a plan going forward to help improve their weak areas. We will the begin looking at the basics of the topics they are struggling in and to then move swiftly into past papers and to understand correct technique when trying to answer them.
My approach is to start with the problem area you want to work on together. We will look at various methods and solutions to the problem. Once you are confident in the knowledge of that area, we will move on to focusing on a variety of exam questions you might face, turning an area of weakness into strength.
It is often necessary in science to use information from several disciplines in order to understand the problem at hand. For example, the binding of two protein molecules in solution is an incredibly important yet diverse biological phenomenon.
I work to find out the students strengths and weaknesses, then fill in any gaps in the student's knowledge and understanding. Followed by plenty of practice on questions. The approach is totally personalised to the needs of the individual student.
I believe that a subject such as mathematics is best practiced through application. This generally involves the student working through questions to the best of their ability before reaching a point where their own understanding falters. This gives a chance to highlight what part of the theory or process has to be clarified in order for work to improve.
I always give interesting examples to students to get them to the topic of the day. I am patient and listen to all students and clear their doubts. I never leave my weak students alone. I take all students with me.
I have immense knowledge of subjects.My teaching skills ensure that you understand the topic because I believe once you understand something you cannot forget.My degrees include Master of Science in Telecommunication Engg. from London, Bachelors degree in electronics and communications from India.I am passionate about teaching and education.
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