I think the most productive use of the student's time is looking in areas where they have struggled. I would usually ask the student to bring some work along that they have completed, and we would then work through the areas which they found difficult, working backwards if necessary until we find the point that they didn't understand.
I'm a third year undergraduate at the University of Oxford, studying Mathematics. I have experience tutoring year 9, GCSEs and the MAT, and am happy to tutor any level of work up to 1st year University. My other A-levels were Physics and Chemistry, so I'm happy to tutor maths for the sciences as well, and am strong in mechanics and dynamics.
I achieved 1195/1200 in my Mathematics and Further Mathematics A-Levels modules, and an A* at GCSE.
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