My teaching method involves a good explanation of each topic especially for theory-based subjects, followed by some questions for revision. I recommend writing short notes or making flashcards for key definitions. For Maths, I believe the practice is key therefore I would encourage students to do a lot of questions and help them work through each.
I base my classes on the student's syllabus, having a look at their textbooks prior to lessons and recommending some pre-reading. This helps me to structure my lesson. I try to make lessons as fun as possible and come up with creative examples for each topic as this helps students understand.
I am a first-year biochemistry student. I just completed my A levels in summer 2019. Having done the new syllabus so recently, achieving 3A*s, I have a lot of tips to pass well. I still have several resources which I am happy to share with students. I did IGCSE's and achieved 9A*s. I have been a tutor for over 3 years to students of all ages, including GCSE and primary students. I am always happy to help and always looking forward to a new challenge!
My rates vary for higher-level students. I would charge more for A level students, approximately £35 an hour (I can be a bit flexible depending on the number of lessons).
I also charge a little extra if I have to travel.
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