I can teach anybody up to GCSE level.
I will focus on building the mindset in which to approach questions first, before getting into specifics. I will also try to develop an understanding why you use certain methods and how they work. Going through questions will be a large part of this.
I am an A-Level student studying, among other things, Maths and Further Maths.
My past teaching experience has been as an assistant in Maths catch-up sessions for struggling year 10 students where I helped students understand concepts such as quadratic equations, loci and deriving algebraic expressions from given diagrams.
I achieved a 9 for Maths at GCSE and an A^ (A distinction) in Further Maths so I am confident in my ability in the subject and can help in any areas. As I was in the first year to take the new GCSE in Maths, I have a first hand understanding of what is needed to succeed.
Achieved top GCSE grades in summer 2017, placing well within the top 20 students in the cohort.
Maths 9 (A* / A** equivalent)
Level 2 Further Maths A^ (A distinction)
Information & Computer Technology A*
Business Studies A*
English Language 7 (A equivalent)
English Literature 6 (B equivalent)
Currently Studying towards 4 A-Levels in summer 2019:
Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Computer Science.
• National Citizenship Service, Summer 2017. A 4-week full time programme involving volunteering on a local community project.
• Coding Club: Organised and currently run a club for year 7-9 students teaching basic programming skills
• Worked for two weeks during summer 2015 developing a stock control application according to a supplied specification, using a cloud-based low-code development environment named “Mendix”
• Completed a project in Excel as part of my GCSE ICT course that allowed people to work out the costings and profitability of an event, involving catering and entertainment costs, and ticket sales. The project involved extensive use of macros and formulae in Excel.
• Built my own PC from components.
• Go4SET project: A scheme run by the Engineering Development Trust where my team won the “Best Overall” prize
• Saxophone – passed exams to Grade 5 and play with in a Sax quartet organised by the Salford Music and Performing Arts Service
• Badminton, both a coaching session and a group session weekly
• Computer programming
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