As a current pupil myself, I understand how tedious it can become if a student is simply faced with more of the same exercises and explanations that they have had at school, so will adapt the lessons to their style and ability, and try to make them more engaging and different to what they would get at school.
I also believe that an understanding of both the subject and how to express that understanding is the most important factor in achieving high grades, as it boosts confidence and allows students to respond in unfamiliar situations. It also exposes weaker areas faster, allowing them to be focused on and improved before exam season arrives.
Having sat the new exams so recently, I am very familiar with the new syllabuses and the challenges they present, and so can cater lessons specifically towards them. With regards to English Literature, I can mostly tutor general analysis and essay writing techniques, unless the novels or poems overlap with the ones I studied.
I am a Year 12 student at Bournemouth School, and achieved 12 straight 9's last year at GCSE. Although I new to formal tutoring, I consistently achieved top grades across the board, so have helped other pupils in various subjects, including both English GCSEs.
Outside of school, I compete in the International Linguistics Olympiad, having won a gold and silver medal to date. I have also won a gold and a bronze nationally in the UKMT Mathematical Olympiads, and competed in the national finals for the Team Maths Challenge.
At GCSE, I took Biology, Chemistry, Computing, English Language, English Literature, French, German, History, Maths, Physics, RS and Further Maths.
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