I think the most important first step is to find the method that suits the student the most. Everbody is individual and learns differently. I prefer to let the student work alone, try to figure out the problems themselves and help them with clues to lead them to the solutions. The most important thing is to teach the student how to think, not how to solve a specific exercise.
I am a Hungarian student studying at Glasgow University. I am in the third year of the Physics and Astrophysics program. I have a little bit of experience with Maths tutoring as I have helped a student prepare for Higher Maths in Hungary.
September 2016 - Ongoing:
University of Glasgow,
Physics with Astrophysics MSc.
September 2008 - June 2016:
Kempelen Farkas Grammar School (Hungary),
High School Diploma, Grades:
Advanced Higher: Maths (A), Physics (A), English (A),
Standard: Literature (A), Grammar (A), History (A)
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