I have just completed my first year at university, studying economics at LSE. I achieved 3 A*s at A level in Chemistry, Maths and Economics and 2 As at AS Level in Biology and Further Maths.
I get along easily with all types of people and can be extremely supportive and understanding, and love to help people feel a bit better about their learning!
My experiences as a tutor are not vast, I am not a professional tutor, but I have mentored students in the year below me, and students studying at GCSE level previously - on a one to one basis, as well as in group settings.
Although I do not have the statistics and evidence to support how keen I am to provide students with the means to be able to apply their mathematical ability, my passion for maths certainly shows. The opportunity to help others understood how maths really works and why it is so important, all while gaining the knowledge to achieve top grades is one that I certainly could not turn down.
St Wilfrid's Catholic High School 2010 – 2015:
•12 GCSEs: A* in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English language, English Literature, Religious Education, Art and Design, History and French
•A in Geography
•Level 2 Distinction in ICT Cambridge National
St Wilfrid's Sixth Form 2015 – 2017:
•3 A*s in Chemistry, Maths, Economics - A Level
•2 As in Further Maths, Biology - AS Level
• IEA Sixth Form Internship (1 week) – June 2016
engaged in debates, discussions and seminars on recent economic events and issues; attended lectures from expert economists
• Bank of England Paid A Level Internship (3 weeks) – August 2016
my role consisted of compiling spreadsheets and analysing statistical tests, presenting my work and research completed at the end of my internship in front of the department, for further use by the Bank
• PwC Business Insight Week (1 week) – August 2016
shadowed staff in tax, consultancy and audit; learnt about the basics of how these departments function and are applied.
•PwC employability challenge – April 2016
one of the 10 monthly winners in November, and a finalist to be titled ‘the Most Employable School Student in the UK’; in the top 1% of applications, one of the 50 people to be chosen out of over 4300 applications
•Top 20 in IEA Sixth Form Essay Competition – 2016
•Communication: personable; confident talking to all types of people in a welcoming and professional manner
•Versatile: naturally adapt and grasp new tasks and environments; actively seek to learn new skills; embrace all opportunities to widen my knowledge and abilities
•Positive attitude: energetic, self-motivated and determined to achieve success; enthusiastic to strive in all challenging circumstances
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