My teaching method is to explain a topic in simple language and let you practise questions. I will answer any questions you might have but will also let you think for yourself and develop a mathematical mind so when you see an unfamiliar questions you will be able to understand it and get the right answer
I am an A-level Maths student with a year of experience teaching GCSE and primary school Maths as well some A-level maths. In addition did my maths exam last year so I am pretty confident with the new maths spec.
If the lessons are not cancelled at least a day in advance you will still have to pay £10
A highly motivated and hardworking individual, who has recently completed their GCSE, and received excellent grades in both Maths and Science. I’m hoping to go university once I’ve completed my Alevels which are Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics which I’m really enjoying and I’m confident that I will excel at them. At university I will either study a science, engineering or mathematics but I haven’t made up my mind.
Mechanically minded, with a methodical approach to working on solving problems and an eagerness to learn and develop personal skills in a practical setting. Eventual career goal is to become entrepreneur and start my own company hopefully someday after University, with the longer-term aspiration of changing the world for the better by building a body-controlled jet suit.
• Coding in HTML and CSS which I am using to build my own website as prototype for new business.
• Advanced problem solving, numeracy skills and excellent math skills.
• Accomplished communication skills, both written and verbal, developed through numerous essays and presentations given during my time at secondary school
• Ability to take the initiative and work well under pressure, ensuring strict deadlines are met, as successfully demonstrated during work experience placement project
• Flexibility, whilst maintaining enthusiasm and commitment to each project
• Strong Analytical Mind solving difficult problems and continually examining things and thinking of ways to help things work better Education
Solihull Sixth Form College (2017– present) A-levels studying predicted grades: • Physics - B • Maths - A • Chemistry – A*
The International School (2014 - 2017) GCSE achieved: Mathematics - 8 Physics – A* Chemistry – A Biology – A Geography – B English Language – 5 English Literature - 5
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Work Experience :
Mechanics Assistant at HRS (unpaid work experience) (June 2016- July 2016)
Main Duties: • Observe the mechanics as they diagnose problems with vehicles and repair them. • Assisting the workers by inspecting the M.O.T as well as helping to perform oil changes on various vehicles • Worked with a group of other students to check the air pressure of tyres.
Charity collector (unpaid work experience) (Once a year from 2009-2012) Duties included:
• Door to Door fundraising- Knocking on many different people’s doors asking if they’re willing to donate money to charity • Going outside and stand in busy areas and approach passers-by to persuade them to donate money to the charitable cause • Assisted in counting the total amount of money collected
Hobbies & Interests :
When I’m out of lessons and not studying I play football with my friends, especially on weekend and we usually stay there for most parts of the day. From this I learn to work in teams and importance of communication in a team to prevent the other teams from scoring as people moving out of their formations and I also learn to take charge of the team as the team captain and these skills are important as an engineer to be able to work as part of a team. Growing up I used to play for a team, but now I only do it for fun with friends. I also love to play chess, which I either play with my siblings or with friends at college during either lunch or break and from this I learn to think critically by thinking twice about every piece I move. I am now also learning how to code in Python, which is very enjoyable because of how challenging it is and how difficult it can be sometimes to find an error in the code you’ve written and from this I learn to be patient, especially in times where it seems impossible to find an error and think logically by looking at your code to see where you went wrong.
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