Usually with students, I would go through past exam papers, working through questions with them, and taking a look at different techniques and methods for doing questions. This allows them to find ways of solving problems that they feel confident applying in the exam. I also place large emphasis on exam technique, and ways of tackling questions that will result in the student receiving the most marks.
Having achieved 5 A* at A level, in mathematics, further maths, physics and chemistry and 10 A* at GCSE, and currently studying a mathematics degree at UCL, I have plenty of experience with the exam process. Previously, I have tutored one-on-one to help students through non-verbal and maths SATs exams and secondary school entrance exams. I have also worked with GCSE and A level maths and further maths students, helping them to achieve their full potential, from students that were concerned they might not pass to students aiming for the top grades.
A* in Physics, Chemistry, Further Maths, Maths, EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) at A level
A* in Art, Biology, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature, History, Mathematics, Physics, Religious Studies and Spanish
UK Intermediate Mathematical Olympiad 2017, Merit
UK Intermediate Mathematical Challenge 2017, Best in School
UK Intermediate Mathematical Challenge, 2016, Gold Award
UK Mathematical Olympiad for Girls (for yrs 11 -13) – Distinction, 2016
UK Mathematical Olympiad (Hamilton) – Merit, 2015
The Salters’ Challenge – 1st prize, The Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at the University of Plymouth, 2014
Ogden 2017 EED Physics Award – Exeter and East Devon Ogden Trust Physics Partnership
Wessex Regional Robotics Challenge – Winner, Core Values Award, 2014 FIRST LEGO League
Biology Challenge, Highly Commended, 2015, Society of Biology
Work experience in the Flybe Finance Department and the Met Office Hadley Centre
Volunteer experience giving public talks about astronomy, as well as volunteering with Oxfam (2 years), Hospicecare (1 year)
Piano: grade 7, spring 2015
Saxophone: grade 5, autumn 2014
Music theory: grade 5 (merit), summer 2014
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