When you're really stuck with Maths, it sucks, isn't it? I remember how a little bit of one to one tutoring had helped me develop a logical way of tackling problems. My teaching focuses on the following:
1. Reading the question damn right
2. Visualising what it's asking
3. Going backwards
4. Consider quicker alternative methods (i.e. symmetry)
5. Understanding of the concepts
I started tutoring since I was 14, I was tutoring a Japanese girl half my age. I developed a lot of patience in that experience as it was difficult, to begin with since she spoke a different language to me. I started to enjoy tutoring when I enrolled as a hub mentor at my school. The satisfaction of helping other people understand is more than that of solving a problem myself. Of all the subjects, I found myself indulging in Maths and disliked everything else basically. I attended problem-solving classes in Exeter and in London, which had helped me formulate a way of tackling different types of problems. My main focus would be on Core Mathematics and Statistics.
2018- got an offer from University of Warwick to study Maths, unconditional offer from Bristol
2017- one of the top-level challengers of the Global Maths Challenge, 25th in the UK
2017- A level- A*A*A in Maths, Chemistry and Biology ( A* in Maths, A* in Chemistry and A in Biology) A in Extended Project, Distinction in AQA Baccalaureate
2017- Music theory- grade 6 merit
2016- AS level- aaaab in Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Music, Critical thinking (highest grade you can obtain in AS is an A)
2015-GCSE 4A*5A 3B, of which A* in Maths, Further Maths, Chinese and Additional Science
2015- Grade 8 piano
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