I study Computer Science at the university of Liverpool which includes a fair few topics of Mathematics.
I had a very brute force method of learning Maths myself, I'd simply go through a past paper and once I hit a topic I struggled with, I'd read over it, then do focused questions until I was sure of it. I'd eventually reach the point of doing papers even harder than past papers in order to overprepare myself for the exam. This is the method of teaching I also follow.
For 4 years now I have successfully taught computer science and mathematics on my YouTube channel, attaining millions of views and thousands of subscribers. I also taught a GCSE student for 2 years who ended up attaining an A*. I myself attained As in both GCSE and A-Level Mathematics.
James excels with his people skills almost as much as he excels in his mathematical capabilities. Being able to convey difficult to grasp concepts in an easy to understand way has always been one of James' strengths, whether it be through metaphors or visual aids. Always willing to go out of his way to enhance others' understanding has long been one of James' core principles, and it is something that he upholds well.
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