I believe that the best way for a student to learn is to allow them to learn interactively - active recall is a very important way of doing this. It is one thing to learn information, however, if one cannot recall the information in any environment, their information is not very useful to them! From helping foster children in my family doing their homework, and through developing my own revision methods for my exams I have sat, I could see this was clear, and I plan to continue using this method for all the people I tutor.
Recently being a secondary school student myself who achieved top grades, I understand the struggles, trials, and tribulations of passing exams with flying colours. I believe that this allows me to relate to students as a tutor, and means that I am able to truly understand the problems that a teenage student might come across in finding an effective way to learn and improve grades, as well as having a very deep understanding about the actual subjects that they study.
Doing a degree that is science heavy in addition to applying the knowledge of my recent A Level subjects that is still fresh in my memory will allow me to give you or your child a different approach to looking at key scientific processes - whether it is how the negative feedback cycle works in the human body, or applying mathematics to some GCSE physics questions.
Some people are scientists and just don’t know it yet - I plan on awakening that inner scientist from within students!
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