I'm a maths student between A-Levels and University. I will be doing a Master's degree in mathematics. In mathematics I achieved A* at GCSE, two As in maths and further maths AS and I am predicted two A*s for maths and further maths A-Level.
I usually teach a topic by separating it into clear and separate subtopics. Once the whole course has been covered, I continue by identifying topics that need improvement and once my student has no gaps of knowledge in the course I go through past papers with them. This in my experience is the best way to maximise exam performance.
I have experience tutoring GCSE and I have spent dozens of hours as a teaching assistant in GCSE classrooms. I have some experience in tutoring A-Level students, mostly in Core 1-4.
I have been giving lessons for the last year and have taught five students. They will be taking their exams this June so I cannot list any achieved grades. My GCSE students have all shown a very quick increase in past paper scores. One A-Level student went from working at a D grade to achieving a B grade in their mock. One GCSE student has gone from not achieving a grade to consistently passing on pastpapers.
If travel one way takes more than 25 minutes on average then the price will go up by an additional £5 per lesson.
English Language- A
English Literature- A
Religious Studies- A
Further Maths- A
A-Level (UCAS predicted grades):
Further Maths- A*
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