My teaching style is flexible, and really depends on the way the student best learns or what they want to cover.
In general, for the first few sessions I like to gauge the level which the student is at. I usually set a worksheet to do before the session, then work through it with the student, identifying any areas that they found particularly tricky then focussing in on these.
I will then help the student solve specific questions during the session and teach them key techniques, then set a few past paper or exam style questions to do over the week to solidify learning and ensure that they are prepared for the exams.
I'm a medical student entering 4th year, with a previous degree in biomedical science.
I have been tutoring alongside my course for the last couple of years.
I have an A* in GCSE maths, and did an additional maths qualification as well.
Maths is a subject that some find tricky to pick up, and people often lack in confidence (I certainly did). I really enjoy watching students' confidence grow throughout tutoring.
maths lessons closeby? Here's a selection of tutor listings that you can check out.
|at her home||at your home||By webcam|
|1 hour||£10||Not available||£10|