I can give lessons to anyone under the age of 18, I believe practice in questions and repitition is essential in learning Maths but engaging the student with quizes and fun excersises nearer the end of the session is better way to keep the student focused and engaged.
I am a 2nd Year Maths student at the University of Reading, I have been tutoring younger pupils, at my school previous to University, between the age group of 12 to 16. Most of my previous students are now taking their A levels and are predicted A's minimum.
Maths GCSE: A, A level: A*, 1st and 2nd year at univeristy: 2:1
Have 2 years of experience teaching younger pupils Maths from GSCE to A level standards. (All hourly sessions). Predicted a first at University and am doing my Masters Degree the following year.
Work experience in Retail, restaurants and in Fincance industry. In charge with money for retail and resteraunts (Cashier work). From Finance industry gave vaulable experience in Actuary and Technology based careers.
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