I'm a second year engineering undergrad with some spare time. I thought I might use this time to help people out. I have an A* in GCSE maths and found it to be very easy. I understand that not everybody does. Which is why I think I might be able to help :)
My lesson structure would depend on the needs of my tutee. If you need help with a specific topic, we would go through the topic together to improve your understanding, and once the problem is resolved, we would go through some exercises to test your knowledge. If you need revision on multiple topics we would identify the said topics first and then arrange a lesson plan. Each lesson would start with a quick revision of the previous session, including going through any 'homework'. Once this is complete we would then move on to the next topic and finish off with some exercises.
I am not a professional tutor; however, I do have a younger sibling whom I have tutored regularly over the years, and she's done pretty well in Maths. I am flexible and can adapt my teaching style to your needs. I'm also still a student so I understand what you're going through better than a full-time professional.
We requested last minute help from Yagmur before my Y8 daughter P's math exams. There were a few questions from test papers that P couldn't work out and Yagmur came to the rescue when we called her the night before. We sent her screenshots of the questions, and within 10 mins she was ready to give a custom tutorial through whats-up..
She's an awesome teacher! her voice is clear and lively, her delivery high-spirited. She was able to go at P's pace, giving her space to think when necessary. I was much relieved to hear P's voice saying "I got it, I got it" at the end.
P doesn't like the idea of having regular tutoring, but she's now keen to do it with Yagmur so that she's much better prepared for her exams next year.
Having known Yağmur for two years now, I can hapoily attest to her integrity and character. In addition, Yagmur is applying her A-Level mathematical knowledge daily in her engineering degree courses. This involves not only complex problem solving and analytical thinking but cooperation and communication with her classmates throughout. With this in mind I am confident she can make a success of tutoring.
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