I am studying physics at Oxford University (entry 2015) and received a Distinction in the first year and a First Class in the second year. 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.
For some people Maths is quite a hard and complex subject due to it's "complication" and hard understanding of it's structure, my name is Ali and i have lots of experience in that field i had to use loads of maths to solve many Engineering concepts, my qualities qualifies me to teach maths to people who would just like to have a better understanding of the subject or people who needs some extra...
Hello physicists, star lords and amazing people alike! My name is Luis and I teach anyone from primary up to A level standard Physics! I Teach my students to relate to the subjects they are facing, apply connections between physics and the real world to make it more relatable and therefore easier to grasp and learn. I want my students to ask questions a lot.
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 hold an MEng in Mechatronics from King's College London, followed by an MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Oxford. Am now in my final year od DPhil (PhD) at Oxford, reading Biomedical Engineering. I prefer teaching from an applied point of view, rather than a theoretical one, with many real-life examples to understand the conceptual framework behind physics, bioengineering and mathematics.
My teaching method revolves around the main idea that the key to learn a topic or idea is to understand how and why it was developed in the first place and then just practice its application! This follows the basis for my lessons in maths, physics and chemistry on all levels.
Although I am 'officially' advertising as providing GCSE and A level tutoring, I am also open to those who wish to pursue different qualifications, or no qualifications at all! I believe that the learning journey is personal to each individual, and I will strive to work with each student to establish their goals before we start work in earnest.
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.
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.
When I am teaching I hold close to your syllabus and relevant text book. We willbe looking at exam papers and mark schemes, which is key to discovering what examiners are looking for and how to gain those crucial few marks that will improve your grade.
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 have a BA in Physics (a 1st) and an MEng in Computer Science (a distinction) from Cambridge. I enjoy teaching, especially online teaching. I excel at helping struggling students with their approach to homework, problem sets, and exam practice.
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.
I teach by a problem solving approach. I use a lot of past paper questions, I let the student take the lead with the first problem and provide support if they get stuck. Then I take another similar question and let them answer one on their own, before going back through it and giving them feedback after they have completed it.
My teaching focuses on understanding the concepts and not only memorising them.
My lessons include many illustrative examples, use of metaphores to make complex concepts clear and many student-led discussions and questions
I am a recent graduate with a first class master's degree in physics and philosophy from the university of Oxford. I tutor physics and maths at secondary and undergraduate level, working with students to find the best way to overcome their difficulties and realise their potential.
I received MChem in Oxford in 2017, followed by a 4-year DPhil programme. I have been teaching secondary and high school students Math, Physics and Chemistry. I am fluent in Chinese. I am keen to share knowledge with students in all levels. The method that I use during teaching is to combine concepts and exercises together, covering the foundations and exam tips.
I strive to establish a connection between myself and the student, trying to make teaching a two way process. I can deal with children of all ages and am very communicative. I am strict although my goal is to make the student curious and engage them. My students end up loving the subject we study together. Tangible improvement to student confidence.
Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science/ICT, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Computing Engineering lessons to GCSE, A2/AS-levels, University undergraduate, Masters and PhD students. Approach to teaching involves understanding of the student needs and catering my lessons/tutorials according to those and this method has always proved highly successful.
I like to tailor my approach to suit the needs of every individual. It is entirely up to the student to pick a topic that he/she needs help with and I will make sure we go through problem sets until sufficient understanding is obtained. I do not prepare teaching material.
I have finished my Masters in Engineering. I am willing to tutor Maths and Physics for GCSE and A-Level students. I like to use a lesson topic and discuss it during the lesson. I pick up on what has been taught and what is required to be taught to look at lessons.
I am a recent PhD graduate and tutor students from GCSE level to degree level. In my lessons we discuss the topics that we are studying, ensuring a conversation that allows us to identify any particular weaknesses that can then be strengthened with the use of problems. I create custom homework questions whenever necessary, depending on individual needs.
I am flexible with tutoring style. I can tutor physics from GCSE to 1st year undergraduate. I believe physics and maths shouldn't be remembered, but understood. Therefore I always explain every problem from the basics. Understanding simpler problems means that harder problems may be solved just as easily.
-A little bit about myself: I am currently studying in University of Oxford on the graduate program "Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care". I have a bachelors degree in Physics from Lund University (Sweden). In my final year of bachelor studies, I have specialised in solid state physics and nanoscience.
a) Tailor made lesson and lesson plan. b) Friendly relationship with the students so that they don’t hesitate to share any problem they have. c) Detailed work plan set out initially and followed throughout.
I teach GCSE and A-level maths and physics, as well as university level physics (electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, cosmology, astrophysics, etc.). My preferred method of teaching involves doing a lot of practice questions with students to make sure they do well in problem sheets and exams.
I study Engineering Science at Oxford. I can tutor you in any area of Maths or Physics at any level up to undergraduate (GCSE, iGCSE, IB, AS, A Level). Flexible structure: I will adapt to provide a lesson that works best for you.
I am an Oxford biochemistry undergraduate wishing to give tuition in physics, chemistry, biology and maths to A-level or GCSE students. I teach the syllabus with my own methods of understanding and help students with their exam techniques - boosting examination results is the ultimate goal.
I'm Lydia, I am currently studying for a DPhil in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. I have just finished my BA Neuroscience from the University of Oxford (2:1). I have A-levels in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths (all A*) and an AS in Further Maths (A). I have 8 A*s at GCSE including sciences, maths and statistics. I can give lessons in GCSE maths, biology, physics and chemistry.
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