I am an extremely experienced Chemistry teacher who has the ability to explain complex concepts so that they can be easily understood. All A level exam boards covered. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Chemistry AS/A2 GCSE/ IGCSE - Tell me about your qualifications. BSc Hons Chemistry.
I aim to help children in their preparation for their 11+ entrance exams in English, Maths and Verbal Reasoning. My teaching approach makes sure that pupils are going at a pace they are comfortable with whilst also pushing them to ensure they get the best out of their tutoring session.
I am a Secondary school teacher of German to KS5 and French to KS4 at Henrietta Barnett School, currently rated the top girls' school in the country. Being a teacher I know exactly what teachers, and examiners, are looking for. - Which subject(s) do you teach? German (up to A Level/Pre-U or adults), French to GCSE and History and 11+. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I have worked as a school teacher for many years and have also marked GCSE Language and Literature papers for two leading exam boards. I design lessons that will help fill in gaps in a student's skills and understanding.
As a classroom teacher, form tutor and in-school mentor I have seen the individuality of student and value their differences. I aim to give student as many learning opportunities and experiences as possible in order to engage, motivate and prepare them for future life.
My teaching methods are based on each individual student and how they learn.
I’m a student myself, with 2 A*s At English GCSE with a thorough love for English and love teaching people through challenging but memorable methods. Using basic methods suchas read cover & write to more challanging methods that will really stick with my tutee.
As I just finished school in June 2017, I will be able to confidently tutor both primary and secondary school children with ranging abilities especially as I have recently gone through the school examination system. As a tutor, I will manage my lessons in a way that suits the inidivdual student and helps them to engage.
Before teaching any student, I like to sit with them and find out a little bit about there own personal strengths and weaknesses based on a chosen subject. I would then plan each lesson to ensure that the student feels like they have left with more knowledge and a more positive outlook on an area of weakness to the point where they no longer consider it a weakness.
An enthusiastic tutor with a passion for the Humanities, I am currently working on a PhD thesis at Queen Mary University of London, and hold an MA and BA from the University of Bristol. I believe in encouraging pupils to take charge of their own learning and to critically evaluate their own work to achieve their full potential.
I believe lessons should be fun and engaging for students in order to deepen understanding, build confidence and help them reach their full potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English Literature and Language Key Stage 1 up to GCSE. I can also provide study skills and essay writing assistance. - Tell me about your qualifications. BA hons.
I specialise in teaching upper Key Stage 2 pupils. As an ex-Deputy Head of an independent primary school, I have many years' experience providing exam preparation at 11+ for entry to independent and grammar schools in North London. I cover all aspects from VR & NVR, Arithmetic and English to interview technique.
I specialise in helping students master the new GCSE and have seen students move up two levels under my tutelage. In a relaxed and friendly manner I show how to decipher the questions and teach the answer structures needed to do well. With me students quickly gain a greater understanding of what is required to improve your level and how to achieve it, resulting in quick improvements.
I make sure my student understands what they are learning all the time by asking them questions and setting homework for them to do, I also give tests to assess their progress. I believe that practicing consistently is the key to success.
I am a language teacher in a secondary school and I will be a freelance tutor from September. I teach French and Hebrew, all levels, children, adults and businesses. I have a lot of experience in GCSE and A level and fantastic results. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French and Hebrew. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a Bachelor degree in French literature.
Hello, I'm Baptiste. Originally from the UK, France and Japan, I've had a diverse upbringing. In 2017, I accepted my place to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, USA), but deferred it for 2018 because I passionately believe in the merits of a gap year. I passed the entrance tests for Westminster School, Haberdasher's, Highgate, City of London, Queen Elizabeth Boys and UCS.
My teaching method is to focus on consistency and repetition, doing fun and engaging exercises to open up the creative mind and going over past papers.
My teaching methods include - Brainstorming - if you are a visual student -I have creative methods of revision which have really helped me in exams - i.e pictograms, color codes etc, past papers and examiners comments, class discussions. I am a very energetic and enthusiastic person who has a real passion for knowledge.
My teaching method is unique interns of understanding each students ability and applying the appropriate methods to strengthen their weak points whether it be lacking in creativity, improving spelling or finding themselves without ideas in the middle of an exam, i can especially help students with their creativity.
I give lessons up to the A level standard, focusing on the 'work smart and not hard' ideology, through which you can achieve outstanding results whilst still having time for activities of your choice.
No two students are the same and so I am very flexible in my approach to teaching. My sessions typically include plenty of visual aids and a lot of gesturing to help students with remembering. Building children's confidence is key in their success so I typically include a lot of praise and show pupils where they are making progress.
My teaching method includes obtaining a thorough and indepth understanding of the topic and then tackling past papres to identify areas of weaknesses. Furthermore, I aim to give lessons to primary and secondary school pupils wishing to achieve high grades.
I am currently working as a secondary school English teacher in North London and have experience tutoring in London and abroad. I work with students aged 11-16, preparing them for their GCSEs; this includes studying a range of novels, plays, poetry and non-fiction texts, as well as doing creative writing. As with my lessons in schools, my approach to tutoring is creative but clear.
The most significant way to approach a methodical way to teaching is to adequately interact with students to meet their needs and help them build towards that aspect they are attempting to reach. Children are delicate and must be held with care rather than teachers or professionals using banal activities to help them stimulate their educational growth .
My teaching method is tailored to each individual student, their age and the subject at hand. I identify weak areas from an early stage, providing targeted lessons. I have a systematic way of teaching by topic, verbal testing and written testing to solidify knowledge.
I am currently studying for my undergraduate degree in English Literature. Having completed my A-Levels recently I understand how hard it can be, but am willing to give you my tips and tricks to get to the top! I currently teach Creative Writing and English for Primary School to Secondary School ages, and comply with each child's school curriculum.
Hello! I am Riga, currently a student of Anthropology at UEL. Originally from Kosovo, I have been studying English since the age of 6. I pay attention to the individuality of the student, tailoring my lesson plans based on specific needs. I am flexible, passionate about my subject and I zeal to excel in teaching.
I teach children from Year 2 to Year 6, following an approach to motivate the interests that children may or may not have in a subject. As I believe the only way for a student to learn is by building their interests and passion within a subject.
my teaching methods are very student based; I like to plan lessons and activities based on each pupil's individual needs and learning pace. I am a very easy going and approachable person, which I think is very good when being a tutor because it means pupils can feel comfortable speaking to me and asking questions.
My experience to date means that I am able to employ a repertoire of teaching methodologies to meet my learners’ needs. Having taught both Prep and Senior English for ten years, I am especially confident about supporting pupils through key transition points and supporting them with examination preparation.
Thousands of tutors can teach you Test prep,
find private lessons close to Barnet.
Pick your own coach to help you learn test prep. Superprof will help you to find the most relevant tutor: we put together all the teachers skilled in test prep in Barnet and close by.
Whether at home or in a classroom, take advantage of the close supervision in Barnet by an experienced tutor. Improve your grades or your performance, refine your accent, work better and more efficiently with someone guiding you.