My teaching method encourages active participation from the students as answering questions I pose will help them to engage with the material far more than a lecture format allows for. Lessons generally assume a structure of successively harder problems such that a genuine understanding can be developed through consolidation.
I have recently graduated with a Master's in Engineering in Materials Science from Oxford University. Before that, I studied Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A-Level. I have two years experience of teaching Maths GCSE to both individuals and classes.
2015 – 2019: Graduated from The Queen’s College, University of Oxford. Materials Science MEng with Hons
4th year: 8-month research project in superconducting thin films for highly efficient quantum resonators. This involves synthesis and characterisation of molybdenum based thin-films.
3rd year: Advanced modules in Biomaterials, Polymers, Ceramics, Prediction, and Superconducting and Semiconductor devices.
1st & 2nd years: Lab work mostly focusing on metallurgy; weekly crystallography classes; modules in many facets of materials science. Prelims 69%.
2011 – 2015: King’s College School, Wimbledon
A-Level: 4A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Physics
GCSE: 11A*s, 1A
FSMQ: 1A in Additional Mathematics (Advanced Level)
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