I split my classes equally between course-specific knowledge which is required for high performance in exams, and broad contextual knowledge to give enthusiasm to the student.
I find often the most important thing for a tutor is to help the student realise just how great their subject is. However, in particular for A levels and GCSE, a certain amount of specific learning is required and I ensure enough of this is done so the student can achieve the top grade they desire. In this way I hope to be both an academic role model, and help the student directly achieve their academic goals.
Currently studying a PhD in Physics at Imperial College, London. Graduated from University College London with an MSci 1st with honours in Natural Sciences.
Currently I study different materials for use in solar power generation.
Over seven years of experience teaching Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science. Taught students of all ages (from 6 to 30+).
Taught many different exam boards, including Edexcel and AQA.
I have a 24hr cancellation policy. If the student would like to cancel and gives less than 24 hours notice, then a one-hour rate will be charged.
2018 - present PhD in Physics at Imperial College, London. Working on computational simulations and neutron experimentation to model complex phenomena occurring in candidate materials for solar power generation.
2014 – 2018
MSci First Class with Honours in Natural Sciences at University College London. Physics studied as a major stream, and Physical Chemistry as a minor stream.
2004 – 2014
Norwich School. ‘A ∗ ’ in Mathematics, ‘A’ in Physics and Further Mathematics, ‘B’ in Chemistry at A-level. ‘A’ in Biology at AS level. 6 ‘A ∗ ’ and 4 ‘ A ’ obtained at GCSE level.
Work and Experience:
Jul 2017 – Aug 2017
Strategy Intern at the British Business Bank plc. Worked with analysts investigating potential causes of regional variation in uptake of one of their products as well as writing a report into the advantages of forming an internal treasury at the bank.
Sep 2016 – Jun 2019
Head Coach of Rowing at the London School of Economics. Managed a group of over sixty rowers. Involved in all day-to-day coaching, and writing of the training program and organising events. Also coached at Lea Rowing Club for three years.
Sep 2015 – Present
Personal tutor in maths, physics and computing.
Sep 2015 – Mar 2016
Volunteer at University of London Rowing. Involved in the coaching of the Mens III boat. This
boat included rowers who went on to row at a national level.
Nov 2015 – Feb 2018
Volunteer at Union Chapel Winter Shelter. Worked in a homeless shelter for three winters preparing breakfast for the users of the shelter.
Feb 2018 Siemons, N. and Serafini, A.. Multiple Exciton Generation in Nanostructures for Next Generation Photo- voltaic Cells. Journal of Nanotechnology. DOI:(concealed information)
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