I am moving onto my 3rd year of my maths degree in September and have achieved a 1st so far. I have some teaching/tutor experience and am keen to develop my skills in this area. I am patient and articulate and my students feel relaxed and comfortable. I find this helps them learn more effectively.
Depending on the level being taught, my method is usually to test the student with a few questions from the subject area/syllabus and identify their strengths and weaknesses. I then try to build on the areas that need work. I use past test/exam papers and their questions as my main source of content and then find similar problems for them to work on in the relevant textbook.
I am new to tutoring, but I volunteered to help 1st year students with their revision this year. I also have had 3 weeks work experience in schools (grammar, comprehensive and primary). I also help my niece and nephew and actively help others during my own studies. I naturally enjoy and excel in explaining mathematical concepts.
I was once a tutee myself, and I can definitely say that my ability improved dramatically from those lessons and I wouldn't be doing or be able to do a maths degree without that second tutor.
- Ongoing degree in Mathematics, completed second year with a 1st (grade 80%)
- Achieved As in GCSE and A-level maths
- Various teaching placements
- Helped 1st year students with their revision
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