I have been a physics and mathematics tutor for more than three years now, mentoring about 80 students, up to university level.
Usually, I stick to the following pattern: I start my lesson providing scientific and – possibly – historical background of the subject, making sure that the student has clear why we are tackling that particular issue.
After a theoretical explanation of the subject at hand, we turn to the problem sheet. This tests and strengthens the comprehension of the student, and is thus a fundamental part of the lesson.
Throughout the lesson, I put effort in involving the student, by asking them questions, by providing examples drawn from real life and by encouraging questions from his side.
I believe that my first responsibility is to help students become independent in their studies.
I am very easygoing, and I am sure you are going to be happy with my tutoring.
Please, feel free to contact me if you have any questions!
I completed with a distinction my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physics, and I am currently doing my PhD in mathematics at Imperial College.
I have given tuitions of physics and maths for more than three years, accumulating about a 1600 hours of tutoring and mentoring about 80 among high school and university students.
Also, I have been a GTA for two terms, teaching mechanics and electromagnetism at the Chemistry Department at University of Salerno in Italy. In both instances the results were extremely positive: students dramatically improved their grades and performed very well at their exams.
2018-Present: started my PhD in mathematics at Imperial College London, in collaboration with Mitochondrial Biology Unit, University of Cambridge, funded via Leverhulme trust
2018: Master's degree in theoretical physics (with distinction)
2015: Bachelor's degree in physics with first class honors (top of my cohort)
2015-present: About 1600 hours of tutoring (physics and mathematics), up to university level
2016: I won two grants from the department of Chemistry at University of Salerno (Italy) to give physics tutorials to younger students, for a total of 60 hours
2012-2015: partial merit-based fee waiver for the achievements obtained during the bachelor's
Perfect! Responsible and on task. He is willing to answer persistent questions the tutee has.
He is very curious and smart. A bit disorganized! But overall he is a very good student.
I have know Marco for years and now we work together doing research at Imperial College.
Marco is very knowledgeable about the topics he teaches.
He is good at communication, having several years of tutoring experience.
He has been giving private lessons for years and he started tutoring at University when he was only a Master's students, being hired by the University to tutor undergraduates.
Moreover, he is very serious and reliable, so you can be sure: no waste of time!
I have already recommended him to friends and everyone was happy with him.
Marco is a first-class student and extremely passionate about physics and science in general. Moreover, he has given private tuitions to high-school and university students for more than three years now, proving to be an outstanding teacher who conveys his passion and knowledge in a very efficient way.
I know Marco since we were students. I know he is a first-class student and how much he loves physics and mathematics, as well as he loves teaching these subjects to other people, of all ages. In fact, he has given private lessons to high school and university students for more than three years now, helping them to overcome their difficulties.
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