I believe that the easiest way to teach a subject is to generate enthusiasm. From my experience the best teachers are those that excite you in the subject first and give you exam experience second. As such I will aim to set every subject in context, and from there demonstrate how it is utilised at the level at which the student is being taught.
I am a a third year physics student at Kings College London. I have excellent grades and am on track to obtaining a first class masters degree. My degree focus is currently optics and solid state physics, but I have taken courses in everything from quantum physics to astrophysics and a comprehensive course in mathematics.
I am currently on track for a first class integrated masters degree in physics. I have a-levels in maths, further maths and physics, and an as-level in chemistry. I also 6 a* and 4 a grade gcse's including maths, english, physics and chemistry. During secondary school I was given awards in physics, chemistry and english.
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