I dislike jamming unnecessary information in students' heads. I prefer keeping it taut; letting in just enough knowledge about the relevant topics to get students through their exams with flying colours.
I follow a strictly practical method. I do this mostly by directly approaching a question first, and then ask the student his opinions about the question. Assuming that I receive a half-baked answer, that's when I go on to give his half-baked answer a complete form explaining how this happened, why this happened, where you were wrong and how to answer permutations of the said question.
Dealing a couple of more similar questions in this manner is enough for the student to get an overview of the entire picture, which are further solidified by continued practice.
Reputed quick explainer of topics in the school days, which used to cause a crowd around my desk before an approaching exam. I used to tutor classmates an hour before a test, pulling them As most of the time with occasional slips to below grades.
•Teaching experience since school
•GCSE qualifications of Physics, Math and Chemistry: AAB
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