When tutoring I am mostly Exam Focussed, tailoring lesson plans to meet exam expectations and delivering specific information that guarantees your success. I will usually perform an initial assessment to find out where you are as far as Grades are concerned. I will then tailor lessons to strengthen the weak areas that were found during the initial assessment.
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.
My teaching method is very unique & suits each individual depending on their topics which they would like to focus on & I always ask them to do homework in order to understand their work so they can come out with the best grades possible
Physics is all about understanding the natural phenomena around us, and using mathematics to help with that. As your tutor, I will firstly help you understand the theoretical concepts by guiding you through each of the concepts step by step, and then use mathematics to link it all together. I also offer personal guidance on IB exam techniques and exam questions, as well as offering IA advice.
I approach my first lessons by doing a general test/ evaluation of the student's understanding of the subject. Once marking and explaining the correct answers in detail, I will then work on the student's weak points with them. This will include creating posters, cheat-sheets, example questions while reassuring them that they are highly capable of improving.
A highly motivated and dedicated student Of mechanical engineering with extensive tutoring experience in Physics, Chemistry and mathematics. I’ve been teaching these subjects privately to GCSE/O-LEVEL and Alevel students from 4 years now helping 100's of students achieve their academic goals. I on average manage to get my students achieve 2 grades higher than their predicted grades..
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.
-I teach lessons to GCSE and A-level students. -Topic explanations and conceptual understanding aim to first be met in lessons through visualization diagrams followed by examples of their applications in real life and finishing off with some example past paper questions. -I rely on making sure students gain a deep understanding of concepts rather than regurgitating notes and equations.
My teaching style is largely flexible as I understand that different individuals prefer different methods of learning. In general, I plan lessons in advance based on the key areas that the student wishes to cover. I gauge the level of each student individually to ensure that lessons are neither too easy nor too hard, to keep lessons helpful and interesting.
Maths and Science are undeniably difficult subjects and require strong problem solving skills, this is something that I put a strong emphasis on. Everybody learns differently and I think it's incredibly important for a student to find what works for them. For me, I find repeating past exam papers and covering my room in post it notes really helpful.
MSci Chemistry undergraduate student at University College London with a keen interest in sharing my passion to others towards chemistry and maths. I am patient, friendly and enjoy teaching. My main goal is to improve my tutee's grades, confidence and most of all their strong fundamental understanding towards the subject.
I am a passionate and experienced tutor, my teaching style adapts to the student. However, my main goal is to build confidence and enable the student to develop a way of learning that suits them and gives them the tools they need to learn successfully by themselves in the future.
I had a great experience in physics teaching after my graduation I started as a Physics demonstrator for a long time. I worked as well as physics lecturer.
I have only had experience teaching GCSE and A Level, but would consider helping out undergraduates. As a scientist, I wholeheartedly believe in the value of teaching from first principles. You don't have to remember how to do something if you understand the concept. I also did not achieve my full potential in A Level, but I went on to achieve well at university.
I'm a PhD student fluent in both languages Arabic and English. I have a good level of experience in teaching all of chemical, physics and Math lessons. I'm good in finding out many different ways to explain such a questions in the fields mentions previously.
I am a petroleum engineer with experience in field and in research as well, currently doing a MSc. I have taught to University students mainly studying engineering or areas involved with maths. But I have also taught to students in secondary or high school from basic algebra, trigonometry to multi variable calculus. I have taught to small groups (3 or 4 people) or individually.
I always endeavour to produce a comfortable yet efficient teaching environment in which the student is motivated to learn and has access to the right tools and knowledge to do so. I am very aware and understanding of the fact that every student learns differently and at different paces and so I make it a necessity to tailor each session to the individual to ensure maximum learning and happiness.
I have a student centered approach to learning; I believe that it is vital for students to be able to participate and engage in their learning.
I would only really give lessons to those students who really want to learn as i believe they are the students who thrive and this is usually A-level students. The style of my teaching is different for every student because no student is the same, but i always make sure that i never leave the student behind, only proceeding once the student is happy.
The aspect of work that most distinguishes the top students from the rest is the number of past questions they complete. For this reason my classes general follow a pattern of me teaching for around a third of our time, completing questions based on that topic for the next third and then completing questions on topics previously encountered for the final third.
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 have successfully tutored in GCSE Maths, Science and English, as well as for the 11+. Furthermore, I taught on a weekly basis, for a year, at a local primary school.My academic record is excellent (I achieved 10 A*s at GCSE and am currently awaiting my IB results).
I have a PhD in theoretical physics and I have worked at first-class universities including Imperial College and Warwick University. I have extensive knowledge of physics, mathematics and computing and I have taught successfully for many years. I am available to teach up to degree level in the Oxford area.
I'm currently studying Physics with Astrophysics and Cosmology MPhys (Hons) at Portsmouth University and I offer Maths and Physics lessons to First Year Degree level downwards (i.e. A Levels and GCSE Level and below) My teaching will be relaxed and we'll go at your pace, if you struggle to understand something there will always be an explanation of it that you will.
Having graduated with a Masters in Physics back in 2005, from the prestigious institution of Imperial College, I have since learned a great many things in industry... and a lot of things beyond. I am a serial problem-solver and love to grab a challenge, especially if that challenge is how I might best help others. Which is why I'm here.
I am a young curious Electrical Engineering Student in my Penultimate year. Having Studied Physics for 5years- 3 years in Secondary School(GCSE Equivalent) and 2years IBO diploma, I am very enthusiastic about sharing the knowledge i have gained from previous experience. I have also participated in Genius Olympiad in the United States and BPho in the UK.
Tailor made lessons to suit the individual in Chemistry, Biology, and Physics to A-level and Maths to GCSE. I can provide concise notes on lesson topics if needed. I am patient and happy to listen to student needs and requirements. I enjoy teaching students of all different abilities. I achieved all A and A* grades despite being dyslexic myself.
I offer lessons to A-level standard students and below, focusing on Maths, Further Maths and Physics. My teaching methods involve setting students a challenging question and working through it with them, allowing them to develop the problem-solving skills required in higher education.
I give Chemistry and Physics lessons from year 7 up to GCSE level. I enable students to reach their potential by complimenting their school work, working specifically on their areas of weakness. My teaching is primarily done alongside exercises, which I both use to gauge the development of my students as well as to identify topics which need more work.
One-to-One lessons based around students desired topics, or alternatively based around upcoming assessments, in order to prepare for examinations, or set assignments. Wide variety of teaching techniques from exam technique to problem solving and creative games based learning activities also.
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Perfect! Ryan was incredibly patient and helpful! Highly recommended!
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Perfect! Michael was very knowledgeable in physics and was able to explain the basics building up to more complexed questions. Really put my son at ease for his exam, thank you.
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Perfect! I would just like to say Alexander was an excellent tutor. He was enthusatstic and very knowledgeable in his subjects. Thank you Alexander for your help with my Highers. Josh Haggart
Perfect! Angus, thank you so much for helping Adam with the statistics part of his assignment - your input was very much appreciated. Adam told me you were very well prepared and explained everything really clearly, definitely a well spent couple of hours....
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