I approach each topic by spending the first half of the lesson teaching, and the second half practising exam questions related to what has been taught. I do this as i feel for KS3 and GCSE the most important thing is being able to answer the questions with the right points, and the more practise the better!
I have been a tutor for 2 years now and have kept my number of students small. Each of these students came to me with an average of 40% in their school tests and now they hit 80/90%. One of my students went on to achieve all 9s (and above 90%) in their GCSE Biology exam.
2015: Maths GCSE (a year early) A*
2016: 10 A*, A in Additional Maths
2018: 3 As at. A level Chem, Bio, Maths
2018: Began medical school
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