I like to be flexible with my students, understand the best method they’d like to learn in, as I am adaptable myself.
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.
In private tuition, I establish student's interest and focus to science and maths by developing curiosity. I believe private tuition is more than just teaching the subject. I encourage my students to be successful by drawing their attention to the topic. Eventually, they feel motivated to learn and study. Different students require different approaches to learn and succeed.
I prefer to tutor 7+, 11+ and GCSE student, help them with Mathis, Science and English. I can only teach after school hour or weekend and willing to travel 10 miles. I can start syllabus from the start and chart out the number of lesson needed finish the course, also give tests after each topic.
I can teach both over Skype or in person, depending on the needs of the student. I try to establish a strong relationship with my students to create a comfortable atmosphere in which they feel comfortable asking questions.
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 a hard working sixth form student, who is studying to get into medical school. I am currently doing five a levels in Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry, and Classics. I have achieved a very advanced level in Maths as i have recieved a 9 in the new maths specification, I have also recieved an A in additional maths, and in addition to this I have scored an A star in maths igcse in year 9.
Having successfully Teaching in Secondary Schools; tutoring in Mathematics for over last 30 years. Being highly qualified with BSc (Maths), MSc (Maths), BEd, PGCE and producing results for my students by teaching mathematics in an easy to understand fashion.
I'm a university math student who gives lessons to students upto grade 9 With my students I work on making their mathematical foundation strong and by eliminating the gaps of their subject knowledge. I try to develop the student further by giving him extra practice that will make he/she much better at the subject and further teaching the student on how to apply the knowledge.
My method of teaching consists of three steps; 1. Explain how to answer a question step by step 2. Make detailed notes for each topic with examples and let my students read and understand them in my presence and finally 3. Provide students with atleast 5 questions to have plenty practice.
My teaching method is the simplest method, and I it is basically what most teachers teach, there are many different methods to solve problems, some can be hard and some easy. I choose methods that students can understand very easily, no matter how long the process is, because there are many shorter ways to solve some problems, but it is not always that easy to understand.
I am offering maths lessons for GCSE and A-Level students. I am very patient with my students, and I make sure they understand all the steps in each maths subject. I tend to focus on the subjects the student struggles with and simplify their approach.
At the first meeting, with the prospective pupil and parents, I establish a working relationship between the three parties to a positive outcome for the pupil. I try to get a general idea of the pupil's ability and aspirations. This enables me to plan a programme of tuition.
I am most comfortable working with the 5-15 age groups and concentrate more on the basics of the subject as I feel if your basics is strong you can do excel in whatever you like in the future. I believe in experiential tutoring so that the topics sticks with the student.
STATISTICS: statistical assistance with theses (B.A., B.Sc., M.A., MSc, PhD), dissertations as well as scientific (for example: statistics, sociology, psychology, education, economy, econometrics, finance) and business projects SPSS, R, RStudio, SAS, Excel Hypothesis testing, nonparametric tests, p-value. Normal, binomial, chi-square, F, Poisson and other distributions.
I have just completed a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Warwick, with particular interest in Maths and its application. I have very much enjoyed learning maths and I am passionate about teaching it, be it at KS3 or GCSE level.
I prepare students for the exam by going through past paper questions and explaining in an easy way to understand, how they can reach the answer. I teach maths up to A-level or first year of most degree requiring maths.
I base my classes on the school syllabus and the student's weaknesses in attempt to make his weakness a strength. I go through textbooks and extra material that I will provide based on my research and personal analysis of the student. Once the student is familiar with the general information I make him do practice questions on practice books and then past exam papers.
I base lessons on the curriculum and the school's scheme of work aimed for each year group. I teach by modelling excellent examples with clear and concise methods. Once students are able to understand basic methods I provide challenging/ engaging resources in order to secure depth and understanding through problem solving questions.
My teaching method would be to start with the theory behind a particular idea followed by examples and questions as in maths the easiest way to learn is by doing. Always open to feedback from individuals to make improvements.
I'm a Chemistry student at Imperial College London. I want to teach younger kids in my spare time to help them improve their knowledge. I want to pass on advice and teach them in a easily and friendly manner. I believe the best method of learning is being thrown into the deep end. By this, I mean I wish to teach ahead of the school syllabus.
My teaching method is based on the child's preferences and the best way they like to learn, whether it be interactive or purely based on me teaching the student. I will only move onto the next topic after being fully satisfied that the student has understood everything. I will plan on doing a little quiz after each topic to test what the student has learnt.
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 am an eager A-Level student going on to study engineering at university. I give lessons to students up to, and including, GCSE level standard and aim to make lessons as clear and as catered to the student as possible.
I am a Mathematics graduate from the LSE (London School of Economics), achieving a 2.1 in my degree a long with A*s in both Mathematics and Further Mathematics, A in Economics at A-.Level. I am giving lessons to students from all ages up to A-level.
Teach students quick ways to learn concepts by offering cheat methods, whilst still being able to get full marks on a paper. Has been successful for myself so I try to offer a better perspective of the subject as I am younger. Am the most friendly person you will meet and will make the lessons fun and enjoyable.
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 am a maths graduate enthusiastic about learning and maths and hopefully this is infectious! My previous career was spent motivating and managing technical teams to achieve their goals and this, together with a good degree in Maths, stands me in good stead to assist learners achieve theirs.
I achieved 8 A*s at GCSE with 4 As and 2A*s and 1 A at A level I Teach Maths, Physics and Economics. I teach any ages up to a A Level standard. 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.
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