Maths is a subject people often struggle with, so I do my best to tailor teaching to the student and what they need. For younger students, I ensure lessons are fun and revolve around their interests, and for older students we work on understanding what the question requires and how to best apply skills to each question.
For some students, we work mostly on wordy questions, learning to look through them and find the numbers, whereas others need to approach maths less like a science and more like a humanities subject; problem solving and investigation.
I've been teaching maths for about 6 years, since junior school. I've found that a lot of people are taught to look at maths in a very strict way, and that helping them to find their own ways of working helps them gain better results and understanding of the subject.
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I have 100% in my Maths GCSE and took Maths AS but unfortunately broke my leg just before the exam so didn't get the qualification.
Outside maths, I got 7A*s and 2As at GCSE level and A*A*A at A Level (literature, philosophy, pschology) and am currently on a gap year. Next year I will be studying Classics at Queen's college, Oxford.
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