From my still-fresh experience, understanding key concepts is pivotal in Sciences, at least at the GCSE level. The Maths involved should not be a problem so long as the student is reasonably careful. Understanding concepts and basic facts, and topping it with selective practice on past papers before the exam season should be the most efficient (3 - 4 weeks should suffice) and effective way to handle so many subjects all at once. Of course, I welcome any suggestions and we can devise a plan together.
I am an undergraduate second year at UCL studying law. But I actually did Chemistry, Physics, Biology and extended Maths back in secondary school in Hong Kong*, and got good grades that enabled me to go to UCL. I have little prior experience with tutoring, though my mum runs a tutoring centre back home, so I have a fair understanding. However, I promise to give it my best and provide a fun learning experience and help you achieve higher grades.
*The qualification I obtained is HKDSE. HKDSE is an amalgamation the Hong Kong O-levels (for year 11) and Hong Kong A-levels (for year 13), whose designs were heavily influenced by the British equivalents.
- Law (LLB) at University College London (ongoing)
- Hong Kong Chinese Women's Club College (2012-2018)
- HKDSE (2018): achieved 5* in Chemistry, Physics, and English (equivalent to A* in A levels, according to UCAS)
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