I am a patient but reassuring tutor, and I don't believe that any person I teach should need to be gifted or find the subjects easy to successfully learn. I have worked with children and adults (both working and students) alike, and have a strong sense of not only what a person should be taught but how. I am hoping to be a teacher one day, once I have obtained the appropriate degrees, and so far I feel I understand a learning mind more than most. I have had as many the unfortunate process of a teacher who is unmotivated, unenthusiastic and disrespectful of their students, but I was inspired by other teachers to not dismay; and I'm not planning to disappoint them or my students.
I have tutored 7 people in total: one was 7 years old in basic KS1-KS2 Maths; one was 11 years old in KS2 Maths; I've tutored three adults in GCSE Maths in order for them to pass the Maths portion of their QTS (Qualified Teacher Status); I taught GCSE Maths/Further Maths for her exam in her Civil Engineering course (degree - foundation year); lastly I tutored another 7 year old most recently in primary school Maths. With regards to the adults, all three adults passed their QTS with flying colours and the last adult I taught has now finished her first (second including foundation) year with no need to repeat any year of her years!
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