I find it most useful to go through questions around topics a student may have difficulty with in order to boost their confidence in the topic. This means they can then go on to answer similar questions individually, without beginning to panic and ignoring the question.
I am 19 years old studying Forensic Science at UKC and wish to help younger students if needed. I got an A* in GCSE maths so would be more than happy to help with this and/or chemistry and physics questions.
Relevant GCSEs: Maths A*, Chemistry A, Physics A, English A
A levels: Physics C, Chemistry C, History C
Although I have not had specific tutoring experience, I have helped younger students throughout their time at the same school as myself and continue to help my younger brother who will start year 11 in September.
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