I always work together with students to set targets for the achievement of their specific goals so that they can monitor their progress and focus on attaining the grade they need. Preparation for: IELTs CPE PTE English for Aviation English for medical exams - Tell me about your qualifications.
When it comes to essays and dissertations, my focus is very strongly on plans and structure. I will help you organise your ideas in different parts and sub-parts, and advise and clarity and idea development. I offer two main services: 1 - online sessions to discuss your ideas, how to structure you plan and organise your thoughts, and what you want to say.
I teach literary analysis through exercises in practical criticism, enhancing the student's confidence in their own analytic skills and judgements. Every lesson I teach is completely bespoke - tailored precisely to the needs of the individual student.
All academic services are provided by our consultants that have lived and received their post-graduate degrees in the UK or the USA, and hence who carry the title of ‘Doctor’. Students are informed in detail about the countries, universities and departments they wish to apply for.
I will discuss this in the first half-hour session with the student to gage what their needs are. This can be done via phone, skype, or email. I can provide comments for improvement, proofread for spelling, grammar, and semantic mistakes, and encourage the student to approach their writing in a more appropriate manner.
I have over four years experience as a both a freelance tutor and as mentor working the Linacre Institute, an education charity dedicated to helping aspiring state school students. I am able to offer specialist tuition in Oxbridge entrance preparation, as well as A Level Politics and Philosophy and up to GCSE Maths.
Whether leading an ESOL lesson or a English GCSE revision session, I’m a firm believer in starting each class with a review of what we covered last time - and a chat about how we will be moving forward in this session. I always try to incorporate the student’s own interests or environment into the learning materials.
I have worked as a tutor since university - so have over three years of experience. One of my students was a seventeen-year old girl at Durham Sixth Form college in 2016-17. We worked together on her A Level Geography exam for about a year. During this time we were able to improve her grades from an E in her AS Level to a B overall, which was far above her own expectations.
I am a clear, patient and positive tutor with a Master's degree in Physics from Oxford University and a PhD in quantum computers. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Specialising in maths, physics and entrance/aptitude tests, I have tutored a wide variety of students from GCSEs and A-levels to undergraduates and adult-learners.
My teaching method is centered and streamlined to meet each students need to help them gain confidence and succeed in reaching their goals.
I can teach all areas of English: English language and literature up to A-Level. For English langauge I like to focus on the four main core skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing and for literature I take the same approach as I was taught at the Univesity of Cambridge: close anaysis of text and contextual considerations to come towards main ideas elicited in the text.
I am here to help teens and university students with their writing, be this a cover letter, research paper or personal statement. I will assist you based on your individual needs and concerns, clearly explaining why you might want to make certain choices with your writing, and what you can do to really stand out and present a polished final work.
During the first 20 minutes of the lesson I go through basic ideas and the rest of the hour is to practice questions to apply .I concentrate on student ability to engage during the lesson to ask questions.
My teaching method is centered around understanding the principles of the TSA, particularly using worked examples from past papers. This helps the students develop an intuitive knowledge of what types of questions they will be asked and how to approach them.
My teaching method is based on the Oxbridge tutorial system, and I think it is incredibly beneficial to have experience of this before facing an interview, as they tend to follow this format! The focus of my Oxbridge interview tuition is on building your confidence to speak academically and your ability to offer a critical perspective about what you’ve been reading.
I base my classes on grammar and syntax, both English and Greek one, because a solid grammar knowledge is a guarantee of success especially in ancient languages. The lesson usually lasts two hours, of which one is dedicated to revision and the second one to written exercises.
As a tutor I realise the importance of students understanding the material they are learning.
My main experience is from regularly tutoring students in maths and science up to GCSE level. Whilst at university, I volunteered as a STEM Ambassador, which involved running fun activities in schools to encourage more students to pursue a career in STEM. I can adapt my guidance to the individuals needs.
I teach students holistically, getting to know them on an individual level. How I teach depends on the starting point of the student: age, experience, aspirations, and their approach to learning. I am thorough and I will expect hard work and maximum input from students so that they can make the progress they want to make.
I focus my classes on what the student needs and not what the book says.
I will work with you to tailor your goals, to quantify your probability of success and to finalise an action plan. University and course choice dictate the next 3-5 years of your life. I will work tirelessly to ensure that we get this crucial decision right by presenting the best possible version of you to University admissions tutors.
For over 15 years, I have worked with 11-18-year-old students from a wide range of backgrounds, including students in an international school with English as a second language, and I have a proven track record of motivating the most reluctant learners and stretching the most able in the classroom as a PGCE trained English specialist.
I always make sure my students feel comfortable, by building individual relationships to best assess their needs. I teach students from primary level to MA level and have experience working with children as young as 5 years old to adults. I am creative in my approach and ensure lessons are fun yet challenging.
Truly passionate about French literature and languages in general, I encourage my student's curiosity, active participation, and give a wide view of cultural contexts and specificities. I support and follow closely my students' individual projects , fixing goals and making the very most of each lesson.
I think a crucial aspect of effective learning is to build a rapport between student and teacher, encourage independent study and allow lessons to be led primarily by the student and their interest. When you can relate to something you can more effectively understand it and then apply that learning to further study.
I have generally taught A-Level students. I identify challenges a student is facing (e.g. textual analysis) and provide them with a tailored framework to overcome these challenges over the course of our work together.
With a background in both Performing Arts and Academics, and with a good understanding of psychology, I am able to adapt the teaching style the individual and not vice versa. I appreciate that everybody has their own way of learning and feel this is something that should be celebrated.
It is my intention to tailor my lessons to the needs and interests of the students, to try to build up my students' confidence by taking into account their individual learning style and to provide feedback that is both positive and constructive.
My teaching method is aimed at entry level University students and those within Further education. Lesson styles: Auditory through Skype conversations and/or Read and write - Highlighted annotations for corrections. Methodology: Will review submitted work using the Homonym check and the Paramedic method.
I base my teaching on what the student thinks they need to work on. Once I know what they feel needs improvement I will seek out the resources that they need. The student leads the teaching.