I am a second-year aerospace engineering student and I am a maths and physics tutor for pupils up until A-Levels. Since I currently am in university, I know what is necessary in order to be qualified to apply and the skills that are crucial and need to be exercised daily in order to get the best university experience. Depending on the pupil's needs, I use a number of methods such as memory games, showcasing application and using different approaches to solve one problem, in order to ensure that each topic is thoroughly understood.
I am looking to gain experience as a professional tutor, however, I currently am a Student Ambassador for my university and I have worked as a Volunteer Carer for a children's orphanage in Southern Africa. I believe that these work opportunities have enhanced my problem-solving skills and taught me to think quickly through dealing professionally with children.
These rates are based for an A-Level Student. The prices reduce according to the student's level. I am based in Central London, therefore travel time is included in the rate, i.e. If it takes me an hour to get to my student and we work for 3 hours, then I will charge for 4 hours.
Queen Mary University of London, UK
September 2015 - Current
BEng Aerospace Engineering
Predicted grade: (2:1)
London Foundation Campus, London, UK
January 2015 – August 2015
Pure Mathematics (90%) Physics (66%) Chemistry (85%)
IELTS Listening (9.0) Reading (7.5) Writing (7.5) Speaking (8.5)
Colégio Júlio Verne, Luanda, Angola
February 2012 – December 2014
Mathematics (15/20) Physics (14/20) Computing (16/20) English (18/20)
Won 4th place award for ‘Overall Best Student of Class of 2014’
WORK EXPERIENCE AND VOLUNTEERING
Quatro Pétalas Children’s Bookshop, Luanda, Angola - Bookstore Clerk June 2014 – Sep 2014
• Store personnel responsible for completing transactions and stock inventory
• Assisted in bookkeeping by ensuring that basic sales data entry was performed
• Reinforced the development of networking and communication skills
Lar Kuzóla Orphanage, Luanda, Angola – Volunteer Carer (3-5 Age Group)
January 2013 – January 2013
• Enhanced my problem-solving skills and taught me to think quickly through dealing professionally with children
• Increased team working abilities as I worked with three teams that dealt with three different age groups and always sought to ensure team goals were reached
INTEREST AND ACHIEVEMENTS
2015 – Present Queen Mary University of London – Student Ambassador
2010 – 2015 Colégio Júlio Verne Honour Roll
2011 Colégio Júlio Verne Mathletes Championship
Travel – I have lived in 4 different countries in 3 different continents and enjoy traveling and exploring the world whenever possible.
Sports – Play volleyball since 2014 as a setter.
Societies – Member of Queen Mary University of London Engineering Society and African and Caribbean Society
• Languages – Fluent in English and Portuguese (native)
• IT Skills – Advanced MS Office and basic learning of CREO and MatLab.
Daisy is a great tutor! The main reason being she is very creative, hence she will be able to accommodate most learning styles and strive to make the learning interesting and interactive. Furthermore, she is very punctual and takes herself and those who rely on her seriously. She is great!
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