I believe studying in a group of 4-5 students is the ideal situation. This is because when students study in groups they learn from each other a lot and this help develop the understanding of difficult concepts. I usually teach with one chapter at a time and doing questions from past papers and other worksheets.
I am a student of mathematics myself. Have been teaching for over 5 years along with my studies. In my A-levels I gave further math and despite having non-science background I got A*. I am currently enrolled in Math degree program with CGPA of 3.64/4 in my final semester.
- Undergraduate students studying mathematics (CGPA: 3.64/4 )
-3A*s in Alevels including A* in further math
-6A*s and 2As in O-levels
-Teaching GCSE and A-level mathematics and economics for over 5 years
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