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Margaret C.
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Experienced. I was an educational consultant and Classical literature teacher in Moscow Russia for the last five years, where I trained TOEFL, IELTS, SSAT for US/UK college entrance requirements as well as 11+, 12+, (ISEB Pre-Test) 13+, 16+ British School Common Entrance and GCSE all subjects and Humanities A-Levels. I have aTEFL (Pre-­‐Jet training programme June 2000), and New York State Teaching Certificates -­‐ LAST (Liberal Arts and Science Test), ATS-­‐W (Assessment of Teaching Skills written), Multi-­‐ Subject CST (Content Specialty Test), ATAS (Assessment of Teaching Assistant Skills), English Language Arts CST (Content Specialty Test), CLEP – College Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Human Growth and Development, Educational Psychology , Excelsior – Teaching Literacy, DSST – Foundations of Education, NEW YORK STATE Teaching Certificate – English Language Arts Grades 5 – 9, NEW YORK STATE Teaching Certificate – Grades 1-6. I also work freelance for On-Location education, providing lessons to child actors during filming, or on theatrical tours, or during European press tours (Disney and Netflix).
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Stavros M.
Maths & Physics Tutor, Ph.D.
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I am a fully Qualified Secondary School Teacher (Dip. Ed. UNSW, Sydney Australia, 2011 - Science) and I am an accredited secondary school teacher in New South Wales, Australia. Over the last 15 years, I have been involved in classroom teaching (after 2019) and private tuition (2008-2019) in the areas of Mathematics, Physics and Statistics for Exam/College Preparation as well as University Level Courses. I have experience in the UK (GCSE/iGCSE & A-Levels - AQA, Edexcel, OCR exam boards), the International Baccalaureate curriculum in Physics (SL/HL) and Mathematics (SL/HL including the new curriculum), the Australian HSC (Year 11 & 12) School System as well as Oxbridge Admission tests (PAT/STEP/MAT/ENGAA). From the USA Curriculum, I am quite familiar with the AP AB and BC Calculus and AP Physics 1, 2, and C. I also have experience in the USA College/Universities Admission tests, such as the GRE Subject Tests (Physics and Mathematics) preparation as well as SAT and GMAT (Math/Quantitative/Analytic sections). Employment Summary I am currently a full-time Mathematics Specialist at ONCAMPUS, University of Southampton. ONCAMPUS teach pre-university programmes leading to a wide range of undergraduate and Master's degrees at leading universities across the UK, USA and mainland Europe. My most recent assignment was as Physics Lecturer at the Immerse Education Summer Academic Program at Queens College, University of Cambridge. This is a pre-university programme designed to facilitate engaged and motivated students to explore their subject in greater depth, providing them with insight into what it is like to study advanced content within their subject area at Oxbridge Universities. During the period from January to June of 2023, I was a Math and Physics teacher at Northridge School, Mexico City, Mexico (US curriculum). That assignment entailed both teaching in middle school (grades 7,8 ) and high school (grades 10, 11). Prior to this position (academic year 2022-23), I was a Math Teacher at the program “Swiss Semester”, Zermatt Switzerland (following US curriculum) and prior to that, I was a Math Teacher at the University of Brighton International College (on-site) and Kaplan International College London (remote) (GCSE/iGCSE and A-Level curriculum). Before these positions (academic years 2019-22) I was again a math teacher at the Swiss Semester, Zermatt Switzerland (on leave from Kaplan International College London), and I held a teaching position at the Department of Science and Engineering at Kaplan International College London, based at London Bridge, London, UK since August 2019 (GCSE/iGCSE and A-Level curriculum). The program Swiss Semester takes place annually and its duration is only from September to December. Also both Kaplan International College London and University of Brighton College are part of the Kaplan group. Hence the above positions are part of contracts with just two employers. Professional Experience My position at Northridge School, Mexico, included teaching Mathematics at the Middle School (Grades 7 and 8) and High School (Grade 10) as well as High School Physics (Grade 11). The School follows a loose US curriculum. During my six-month tenure at the Northridge School in Mexico, I made significant contributions to the academic environment while facing challenges in terms of student discipline and the school's focus on religious/music and sports activities rather than academics. Despite my dedication and commitment to the role, I made the decision not to extend my contract due to the school's lack of an academically respectable position and my preference for a more balanced academic environment. Additionally, I found myself primarily teaching middle school, which did not align with my initial preferences. Overall, my experience at Northridge School provided valuable insights and reinforced my desire to pursue opportunities that align more closely with my professional goals and interests. My previous position in the Swiss Semester entailed teaching math at the secondary level. The syllabus taught is mainly pre-calculus and Advanced Placement Calculus (also known as AP Calculus AB / BC) is a set of two distinct Advanced Placement Calculus courses and exams offered by the American nonprofit organization College Board. Swiss Semester is a coeducational program of academic, personal, and physical challenge for roughly fifty high school sophomores from the finest independent and public schools in the United States and beyond. Swiss Semester’s campus is Zermatt, Switzerland, an outdoor paradise that epitomizes the security, stability, healthfulness, and natural beauty for which Switzerland is renowned. In regard to the previous teaching role at Kaplan International College London: This role included teaching Pre-Master’s students Statistics, and Foundation Physics, and Mathematics. During the academic year 2019-2020, I was the Pre-Master's Advanced Statistics Module (PM608) coordinator. The module consisted of two intakes: The September Cohort and the January Cohort respectively - The duration of each is 20 weeks apart from some extra 10 weeks where students have to participate in the "Active Learning Weeks" as required by Kaplan. Each Cohort consists of approximately 100 students. Teaching is done in smaller groups of 20-30 students in a collaborative, interactive, "inverted classroom" setup. Each group has three hours of teaching every week on the topic. Over this period, I was in charge of the teaching curriculum, exam preparation, and online and offline content development for this particular course. Apart from the A-Level math courses, I have several teaching hours related to A-Level Physics (equivalent to Year 11, 12 Australian HSC Physics). During this period I taught mostly face-to-face but given the circumstances, a small part of the instruction during the national lockdowns was done online. Apart from the previous role, I am a part-time Private Tutor in Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics. A large part of my work is related to University Level tuition but also the last two grades of High School (exam preparation). Teaching Approach Obviously, apart from the context itself and the expertise in the related fields, there are other essential components of successful teaching like personality, enthusiasm, versatility, appreciation of the importance of outreach, and most important a relation of understanding between the lecturer and the students. Apart from the previous, I think that it is crucial to provide students with a working knowledge of physical systems and to teach them problem-solving skills for building upon this knowledge. Teaching a person to think analytically is at the core of what a student should take away from any science or mathematics course. For students not majoring in physics/math, it is important to teach them how science affects their daily lives and how to make informed decisions about it based on the information available. For physics/math majors it is crucial to teach them the knowledge pertinent to their course of study and how scientists solve difficult problems using approximation, computational, and other quantitative methods. These important tools are invaluable to future researchers because they aid in the careful design of experiments and in determining the predictions of a model or theory. I would also strive to cover a range of topics in my courses. This would enable me to teach an array of different methods for approaching physical problems and to demonstrate how similar approaches can be applied to problems from disparate fields. Furthermore, being a theoretician, I am well suited to teach physics majors how to construct theories and models, to derive predictions from these models, and to test these predictions against empirical data they have collected from the literature or obtained in the laboratory. From my experience, I learned the importance of engaging students through examples and of pitching material at a level that assumes intelligence but not necessarily knowledge, blending the known with the unknown in a combination that gives the student the feeling of possibility rather than that of impossibility that formal and impressive methods may impose. I would also enjoy teaching introductory physics courses. Although it is often challenging to teach introductory students, it is a challenge I thoroughly enjoy. Preparing lectures and solution sets forces me to communicate fundamental ideas in simple terms and to think deeply again about some of the most basic principles in physics and math. During my graduate school period, I had the chance to become familiar with the system of tutorials that some of the British universities offer. This much more personalized system provides the opportunity of outside-of-the-classroom discussion and interaction which are a crucial part of the learning process. Many students who are reserved in class, ask excellent questions in smaller settings and thus, learn much more. I greatly value the instruction and mentorship I received while in college and feel strongly about providing quality education to current and future students. In regards to teaching international students, I am aware and over the years I have used a number of strategies in order to make classroom management and lesson delivery more effective. For example, I always communicate classroom expectations and policies clearly from the beginning of the course. I always try to speak clearly and be concise in my instructions (verbal or written), provide vocabulary at the beginning of a new topic and allow students to use a dictionary and other equipment that would assist them in the learning process. I always encourage students to make use of office hours and make course materials available in print and on the electronic blackboard. Furthermore, I am trying to incorporate opportunities for collaborative learning. Over the years I have become a supporter of the “inverted classroom” approach, especially for the students that are used to a “lecture” type of teaching style or teachers that are distant and authoritative.
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Prashasti T.
Science and Maths ALevel Tutor
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Currently pursuing a PhD in Physics at UCL. I am a MSc Applied Maths and Computing graduate from Imperial College London. I did my Physics undergraduate from King's College. At A-level, I studied Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. I tutor Alevel Physics, Maths, Computing and Further Maths online. I can also help with personal statements I will also be able to help with PAT, NSAA and ENGAA. I am enthusiastic and friendly and have a strong interest in Maths and Science as well as a strong background in it. I love helping and pushing others to get the grades that they deserve. From my Alevels, I have lot of personal experience as well as experience from tutoring for 2 years. I am working on a website to help students prepare for Physics Alevel and University entrance exams. Tutoring Experience I have an enhanced DBS check. I give online tuitions or I can teach at my home. I base my approach to tutoring after evaluating what type of learner they are, whether that is auditory, visual, kinaesthetic or an intrapersonal learner. I can tailor my teaching to meet their needs. Additionally, my teaching method involves providing a strong foundation on the topics first, then giving suitable exam material to further the understanding of the student, ensuring that they have the skills needed for the exams. I can go through the exam techniques in detail so they can link back what they have learnt to answer questions to appropriate detail. The website I have been working on will be based on my experience. Tutoring Approach I give online tuitions. I base my approach to tutoring after evaluating what type of learner they are, whether that is auditory, visual, kinaesthetic or an intrapersonal learner. I can tailor my teaching to meet their needs. Additionally, my teaching method involves providing a strong foundation on the topics first, then giving suitable exam material to further the understanding of the student, ensuring that they have the skills needed for the exams. I can go through the exam techniques in detail so they can link back what they have learnt to answer questions to appropriate detail.
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Frederick T.
Postgraduate maths, undergraduate maths.
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· Mathematics: KS3, iGCSE/GCSE, A level/A level Further Mathematics, IB (SL and HL), MAT preparation, STEP II & III preparation, Undergraduate mathematics, and Postgraduate mathematics. · Chemistry: KS3, iGCSE/GCSE, A level/IB, and Undergraduate chemistry. · Physics: KS3, iGCSE/GCSE, A level/IB, PAT preparation, and Undergraduate physics. · Biology: KS3, iGCSE/GCSE, and A level/IB. · Computer Science: KS3, iGCSE/GCSE, A level/IB, and Undergraduate CS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mathematical knowledge and skills: Undergraduate Level: Group theory, Real & Complex analysis, Vector calculus, Linear algebra, Markov chains, Rings & Modules, Numerical analysis, Topological spaces, Metric spaces, Measure theory, Representation theory, Variational principles, and Analysis of partial differential equations. Postgraduate Level: Algebraic topology, Sobolev spaces, von Neumann algebra, Differential geometry, Algebraic geometry, Painleve equations, Category theory, and Automorphic forms. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick holds several degrees from Imperial College, London. Firstly, he has an M.Sc. in Chemistry with Molecular Physics. After this degree, he returned to complete further studies and achieved an M.Sc. in Theory and Simulation of Materials. Throughout his time in Higher Education Frederick became a tutor and ambassador for a programme called Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS). For SIAS, Frederick taught A level students how to use IR and NMR machines (by using SIAS`s portable NMR and IR machines taken to schools). During these interactive visits, Frederick taught students the theories behind IR and NMR spectroscopy. Frederick was also involved with STEM OUTREACH at Imperial College, London. On this programme he mentored Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths to disadvantaged (but bright) 14-18-year-old students. Frederick continues to offer classes of one-to-one private tuition and has an extraordinary wealth of experience in a range of subjects. He is a strong Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths GCSE tutor. He has extensively tutored Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Further Maths A-level with excellent levels of success. He has also tutored advanced Mathematics, Physics and Materials to Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students. He is well versed in a broad range of exam boards too. Frederick has tutored students from prestigious schools such as St. Paul’s School, St Paul’s Girls School, Tiffin School, Westminster and Rugby amongst others.
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J H.
Science and Maths Tutor
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I am an experienced tutor with 10 years of tutoring experience and I am a qualified teacher. I have taught maths, chemistry, and physics to A-level and biology up to GCSE. I also tutor iGCSE, I.B, and Pre-U exams for all those mentioned subjects. I am available during weekday evenings and in the day. For the past 4 years, I have run retake courses at A-level. Improving student's grades, often from C's to A's/A*s. I specialise in Maths and Physics at A-level, IB, and GCSE levels. I am a patient teacher who has worked with children of varying abilities with the objective of giving them the confidence to apply themselves to subjects that they may have found difficult in the past. I have a friendly, understanding disposition which puts the student at ease and helps to make their lessons something to look forward to rather than a chore.
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Lakmini K.
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I am currently a research assistant at the University of Cambridge, conducting research in the field of immunology. I am a Master's alumni of Biochemistry from University College London (UCL). I previously graduated from Queen Mary, University of London with a BSc in Biochemistry. I have over 5 years and 500+ hours worth of teaching experience focusing on Biology and Chemistry A-level, covering all exam boards. I gained my initial experience in tutoring by taking part in a tutoring programme which aimed to integrate students of the upper and lower sixth form years to provide personalized tutoring. Through this experience, I have helped a diverse group of students to achieve their full potential and be accepted into their top university choices. I believe that the best way to alleviate stress and anxiety in the context of academic learning is by tailoring and controlling your learning outside of the classroom. I take pride in providing personally tailored goals to enhance my students' learning, so that they can achieve their academic goals, in a pace and depth of understanding that fits their academic needs. My teaching approach is initially based upon identifying gaps and weaknesses of my students' knowledge, which may be hindering their progress in a specified subject. I then design my lessons around these sets of gaps and weaknesses, with accompanying lessons that reinforce the other course material that the student is currently covering. I believe that as a tutor, one of the major responsibilities is to promote the confidence of your students. I aim to achieve this by maintaining an encouraging atmosphere, where the students can feel relaxed and comfortable in, to ultimately nurture their learning in the years to come!
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Sudeep C.
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I work as a Detector Scientist at Diamond Light Source in Harwell Campus, Didcot. I have a Ph.D. degree in Nuclear physics and I have worked at CERN, Geneva and GSI, Germany previously. CERN is European Centre for Nuclear Research and is the biggest laboratory in the field of Nuclear Physics. I use Science in day to day applications and hence I have a natural tendency for teaching. I have very good hold in the field of Electronics, Nuclear Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Classical Physics and Semiconductors. I promise to offer your child with excellent tuition in Physics with personal care. I believe in teaching Physics, Maths or Science in a practical way rather than theoretical. I will try my best that your child performs excellently in his/her A-level examination.
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Hi, my name is Yousef, I have been teaching Maths and Physics online for over 2 years. I was born and educated in London where I attended Alleyn's School in Dulwich, studying Maths, Physics and Biology at A level, achieving AAA. Later I attended Newcastle University to study Mechanical Engineering, achieving a first class hons degree [BEng]. I specialised in high voltage electromechanical systems, designing a battery pack and control system for the universities racing team. After university I joined one of the UK's top start up companies as a systems integration engineer in the powertrain research and development team. However after a year I left that role in order to start my own tutoring business which allowed me to have location independent earnings. Over the last 2 years I have tutored for leading agencies and as of September this year I have started my own platform Simplified Maths, where I provide comprehensive revision and learning resources for my students. I aim to create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in my lessons, where my students feel comfortable challenging themselves, making mistakes and asking lots of questions. I always insure that my students have all the resources they need to succeed both inside and outside the classes, whether that is examples within the class, tailor made work sheets, or recorded explanations and examples to review outside the class. I also provide free - no commitment - consultations to all perspective students, to give us a chance to get to know each other and ensure that I can provide the service you are looking for :)
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Anum W.
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My name is Anum and I am currently a neuroscience student at King`s College London. I am motivated individual who strives to maximise academic productivity and efficiency. Academically, I have received 8s and 9s in my GCSE (I was the only one in my school got a Grade 9 in Religious Studies!) and A*A*A* at A level in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. I come from a family of teachers - my parents have been teaching for more than 30 years, and I have seen the various techniques they have adopted to make their students succeed. I use their experience, as well as my own ideas to generate individualised plan for the student I tutor. I have been teaching for the past 4 years, and have experience dealing with students of all abilities in the following subjects in both in-person and online lessons: 1. A level/ IB SL/HL in Biology, Chemistry & Maths 2. GCSE: Maths, English (Literature & Language), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Religious Studies 3. 9+/11+/13+/ISEB exam prep 4. University entrance exam or interview prep - e.g UCAT and GMAT 5. Personal Statement and UCAS process guidance I also have experience working as a Teaching Assistant in a School. I gave one-to-one support to individuals with Special Educational Needs (SEN), such as Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD, Social & Emotional Needs. During my time at school, I also helped run Speech & Language therapy sessions for students as well as spelling/exercises clubs. In addition to this, I have expertise in teaching people with a physical disability such as visual impairment. I have been trained to teach Mathematics, Science and English at KS3 & KS4 level using both braille and print. My experiences working as a Teaching Assistant allowed me to develop confidence in modifying my approach to teach students of all abilities and needs.
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Aryamoy M.
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Hi! I graduated from the International Baccalaureate in July of 2021, with 43/45 points and Higher Levels in Mathematics, Physics and Economics. My Standard Level subjects were Psychology, English and French. I've been teaching in both virtual and classroom environments for approximately two years now, and have grown considerably over that time. Whenever I mentor someone, I try and take a hands-on approach, pacing the material appropriately and answering questions in the process. I'm proficient in a range of digital teaching tools, and am more than willing to adapt to new ones. I'm also extremely attentive to my learners, and try and tailor my teaching methodologies to their individual requirements. Outside of teaching, I love reading, writing and playing the guitar:)
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Scott H.
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Hi there! I have a MSc in theoretical physics at Imperial College. I graduated from the University of Bath in 2015 with a first class degree in Physics, and spent a year on placement working at a Laser facility in Oxford as part of my degree. Whilst undertaking my postgraduate studies I'm residing at my family home in St Johns Wood and am willing to travel far and wide to reach a wide range of tutees. I grew up in London and attended Highgate School and UCS where I achieved 9 A/A* grades at GCSE and A-levels in Physics (A), Maths (A), and Economics (B). Whilst attending school I received some personal tuition, which was a great help and took vast amounts of pressure from my shoulders; allowing me to pursue extra-curricular activities. This was extraordinarily beneficial when it came to applying to University, and provided a solid base for me to chase my academic dream. In my leisure time I like to spend time broadening my knowledge outside of physics, taking a keen interest in philosophy and literature; utilising the Imperial’s substantial offline and online resources to accommodate my interest. In my year off between secondary education and University, I traveled to China for two months to study Kung-Fu. Before heading out to the far east, I took a beginners course in mandarin so I could communicate with the locals, to make the experience more fulfilling and enjoyable. Although Physics is one of my main interests and the topic of discussion in most scenarios of my day-to-day life, I feel it is important to find some separation and pursue other areas of interest. Before damaging both my knees, a few years ago I formed a Sunday league football team with a few old friends that I help run. I am a keen film fan, an avid follower of the comedy circuit, and somewhat of a home chef. Whilst studying in Bath I volunteered for a programme called 'Lab in a Lorry', an organisation I found through the university. They tour the country in a large mobile unit kitted-out with several experiments and interactive demonstrations to bring science and mathematics to pre-GCSE children with the aim of peaking their interest. It is a joint venture of the Institute of Physics and the Schlumberger Foundation. I was able to volunteer several times and was privileged to be able to teach a wide range of age groups, which was vital experience for me as a soft introduction to teaching. During my time teaching I ran several practical demonstrations for the kids ranging from an introduction to fibre optics and their use in modern medicine and surgery, to an insight into polarisation of electromagnetic radiation and how it alters how we see our Sun. These experiences were extremely fulfilling, and encouraged me to become a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) ambassador whilst on placement in Oxford. This involved running several outreach programmes at local (and not so local) schools, with the intention of making science fun and more relevant to young children. Myself, accompanied by several other placement students, exposed scientific thinking and novel ideas to children of ages 6 to 12. Some of these activities included: telescopic observation of the moon, an insight into the specific electromagnetic dependent appearance of galaxies, the formation of stars and other stellar activities, as well as several other aeronautic and space based demos. I began giving private tuition in 2015 and have expanded my client base tenfold since starting out. My students have seen vast improvement under my supervision, with an average grade jump of over two grade boundaries. I have taught students from GCSE level all the way up to final year university students. The structure of my lessons is as follows: I will dedicate a third to one half of the allotted time to an overview of the method or theory that is to be covered in the session. The time dependence directly related to the difficulty and complexity of the subject at hand. This subset of time will be filled by an interactive slideshow covering the topic and basic examples of applications to everyday life. After this, I will introduce a few simpler example questions, that I will run through with my student in detail before handing the reigns over to them to answer multiple exam-style questions; for which I will give hints and review the necessary material before going through the method of the marker. This is a tried and tested successful technique. Upon approach of the examination period, the tutoring sessions will change to entirely question and answer based conditioning exercises. These will be example questions taken from previous papers and my personal stash of textbooks and notes. This method of teaching has worked extremely well with me over the last 10 years, and also with my previous tutees; and I have full faith that it will do wonders for future students too.
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Abdullah A.
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Hello! My name is Abdullah, I am an experienced tutor who really enjoys tutoring, and I am always willing to go the extra mile to make sure my students are getting the most out of it. I have both a Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree (in Physics and Advanced Mechanical Engineering, respectively, both from the University of Warwick.) I have a strong tutoring background, with experience in supporting groups of tutees, as well as one-to-one: while studying at university, I tutored at a maths and English tuition centre, where I tutored and supported children of all ages and abilities, including those with learning disabilities. Most recently, I spent 2 years in Japan teaching in several different schools. The experience I gained was invaluable as it provided insight into a completely different learning style to what I was used to. It definitely made me more well-rounded as a teacher and tutor. I strongly relate to the pressure placed on students, of all ages, and I can identify with each student, regardless of their level. As someone who started from a low level, with only a basic grasp of the language, I have improved at each stage. I believe improvement is always possible, and having taught myself much of the gaps in my education, I can prove to be relatable to struggling students and will always provide encouragement, support, and passionate tutoring.
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Andrea F

GCSE Physics and Maths Tutor

Andrea is a very enthusiastic tutor in helping children develop their problem-solving skills with her dedicated effort made in teaching Maths and Physics. I have known her for several years and I can confirm she is a well trained and an experienced tutor for many years (3 years of online tutoring). Students enjoy studying with her! She is also very keen and brilliant in her own work of studies as a Mechanical Engineering undergraduate.

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Stavros M

GCSE Physics Tutor

Stavros is one of our best teachers at Kaplan International College London. He is very organised and has a very high standard of teaching Maths and Physics subjects. He sends weekly instructions to students and monitors their progress regularly. Stavros is very reliable and has a calm proactive character. I highly recommend him for this position and I am sure he would prove himself to be a good asset for your company. With best wishes Dr Milad Mirshahi Science & Engineering tutor

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