My teaching method will be flexible and involves mostly what that student wants. Preferable I would go over the basics of a topic then do past paper questions and then do a summary at the end. I will also be willing to print off past papers for you.
I am currently studying Physics at university of Leicester. I have just finished my first year. I am quite smart and I am good at explaining things. I was a mentor in 6th form to many students and Physics prefect.
I prefer to do 2 hour lesson as it is easier to get work done, so will offer two hours for £20. If you cancel with 2 hours till the lesson then you must pay half of what you would have paid for that lesson.
During Sixth form I became Physics prefect for the whole school. Throughout my duration as prefect, I had to organise the mentoring scheme for Physics, mentor my own mentee, help at Physics clinic and volunteer in the Physics department, doing experiments and talking to younger students, on open evenings. This shows that I am very good at explaining and teaching as many younger students would come to me for help with topics and with past paper questions. During my Alevels I did a lot of past papers so am very familiar with the wording of exam questions and how to answer the questions.
I am currently doing a Physics degree and am doing extremely well. I love the course and the topics and have a real passion for Physics. Due to this, I understand Alevel topics in a much more depth, so will be able to explain topics with a greater understanding. I will also be able to use my textbooks and notes which I think will benefit Alevel students who want to push for a B or an A.
As of September 2018, I am studying Physics at the University of Leicester.
I attended Queen Mary’s High School for both my GCSEs and A Levels. I achieved two A’s in Maths and Further Maths at AS level. In my A levels I have achieved BBC in Maths, Chemistry and Physics respectively. In my GCSE’s I achieved an A* in Maths, English Literature, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, RS, History and Japanese and an A in English Language and Additional maths.
o I have been volunteering at the Patient Participation Group for over a year at my local doctor’s surgery. During my time in the group, I have carried out surveys in order to determine how the patients feel about the quality of the surgery and have also have made a display on depression and anxiety which was displayed in the surgery for over ten months. This really aided in developing my organisation skills and creative skills as I created all the work for the display. I think I was able to produce an informative and attractive display. It also improved my time management skills as I had a deadline of when the display had to be finished by. I displayed the ability to work under pressure as the doctor’s surgery was relying on me to complete the display to a high level of quality.
o I have also volunteered at ‘Kissing it better’ organisation at Walsall Manor Hospital which is a scheme in which people volunteer to speak or entertain elderly patients at the hospital. Through this, I was given training in talking with patients with dementia and became a dementia friend. The volunteering helped me develop my listening and communication skills.
o During my Duke of Edinburgh, I volunteered to help at Park Hall Infants School in Walsall, where I helped any teachers with jobs they needed to be done.
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