I haven't taught before, but if I were to I would first go through the content with a student at GCSE or a lower level, and see where their strengths lie and where they struggle. For example I always excelled in algebraic questions but struggled more with wordy questions where language is used.
I am autistic, so my brain is very logical, I'd hope if I were to work with someone, work from questions based on weaknesses up to completing past papers and eventually doing it in timed exam conditions to get you exam ready, it is how I best revised and I'd hope to base my lessons based on what type of learner you are.
I am a student, I'm in my second year studying Psychology at Plymouth University. I've never given lessons before, but statistics comes up a lot in my degree and I have done maths to A level, so am willing to offer any GCSE student struggling with the curriculum one on one support to help achieve your potential! I would base my classes by looking at exam papers and breaking down the questions and topics which you struggle with. I find that is the best way to improve in maths, by working at questions until you are confident in doing it yourself. I am very much looking to work with an individual, I got an A in GCSE and a C at A level, although I have not done straight maths in a little while, it's always been something I've loved and been my best subject in school, I can look through reteach myself the curriculum (as I know it's changed a little since I did it) so I can help you the best of my ability.
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