Provided I am informed in advance of the topic for an arranged lesson, I will give my time to prepare fully around it before the sessions.
Normally in the sessions I give simplified explanations along with worked examples discussing with the tutee. During the sessions, I ask reasonably progressive questions to make sure the tutee can understand the relevant concepts. When the tutee can effectively explain the conceptual ideas, it is a clear sign they're comfortable and confident with the concept.
Pre-exam period, tutees usually request going through past-papers with which I am more than happy to prepare from the paper and mark scheme and help get those marks.
I am a graduate in Theoretical Physics with Applied Maths from the University of Birmingham, and currently in my first year as a PhD student in Cardiff University.
I absolutely love tutoring (especially Maths!).
I am very patient and motivated - and can relate that understanding some concepts in physics and maths can be daunting and feel like a burden. Therefore, I aim to understand the student's standing whilst approaching concepts in a logical manner at an appropriate pace.
In any case, I believe that the tutee him/herself should guide the sessions, if they are going to be effective.
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