Physics revolves around understanding, so talking through lots of questions and topics is key. As well as that, there is a lot of maths in Physics up to GCSE so helping students practice these kinds of questions and marking them, showing them where they are going wrong and helping them to understand how to solve each problem would be a critical part of lessons. Ultimately though, I will work with students on their weaknesses and find effective ways of teaching each individual.
I've been tutoring science and later specific sciences for almost 5 years, ranging from classes for 5-6 year olds through to GCSE level. That includes students who are struggling to pass up to those who want to push their As to A*s.
I've worked with a lot of students with learning difficulties and am experienced with tailoring lessons to the individual and their needs, as unconventional as they may be.
No travel fee for London at the weekends
I took triple award science IGCSEs and gained an A* in Physics, though I did not take it to A level. I'm currently on a gap year and will be studying Classics and Oxford next year.
GCSEs: 7A*s 2As
A Levels: A*A*A (English, Philosophy, Psychology)
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