I don't think any one teaching method works for everyone so I like to start by seeing how much my student knows and understands. A big part of my tutoring is working out if the student doesn't understand something, or if they lack the confidence to tackle the work. From there we can either start from basics and explain the subject if they lack understanding. If they lack confidence I like to do a lot of practice questions, initially working with them and then showing them that they knew how to answer the question all along.
I have experience tutoring since I was in sixth form, tutoring both one on one and small groups of students. I thoroughly enjoy helping each and every student. I have tutored over 50 students in total, many have gone on to get grades much better than predicted, including A*'s.
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