I am open to teach students who are taking their GCSEs or below. I approach each topic by first briefing my students on it, followed by a discussion on what they know regarding it, and then I dive into it, in details. I always check with my students if they are clear regarding each sub-topics, and I make sure I interact by asking questions to find out if they are lagging behind in understanding. It is only then, that I move on to the next topic, otherwise, if they are uncertain, I go over the topic till it is crystal clear. Once a topic is done, I take a small test to see how well they can present the concepts.
I am currently studying International Relations, in King's College London, one of the top schools in the UK. Even though Chemistry is not my major, I took A Levels Chemistry and got an A*. I have taught two students O Level Chemistry before, and my students received A* and A. I have taught 8th Graders chemistry as well.
If I have to travel, I would expect the travel cost to be borne by the client (which we can discuss, based on the distance and the number of days I will be teaching).
I have been teaching chemistry for a while now, so I am quite comfortable teaching this subject. Moreover, I have always received A* grades during my school exams and also my board exams. I received a 92% in A Level Chemistry. I have studied sciences all my life, till university- where I had a change of heart, and decided to study International Relations, to learn something new and explore a different sector. However, my love and passion for chemistry remains, hence I am still willing to teach the subject. As for my teaching background, I have -
- Collaborated with parents to create tutoring sessions appropriate for student's age, learning preference and learning style;
- Worked with individual students to provide personalised educational, behavioural and emotional support;
- Created special handouts, study guides and assessments to evaluate and boost student knowledge;
- Collaborated with students to complete homework assignments, identify lagging skills and correct weaknesses;
- Stressed importance of good study habits and developed homework schedules, encouraging students to create personalised study plans;
- Offered complete instructional support for students unable to attend regular classes;
- Educated students on strategies for effective studying, note taking and test taking;
- Planned lessons for allotted time to strengthen weak subjects and build skills on stronger ones.
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