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From one end of Warwick Way to the other, our professional tutors are dotted across south west London. Whether you’re based closer to the Apollo Victoria Theatre or Ecclestone Square Park, Tutor House’s friendly tutors can come to you anywhere in Victoria.
All of our tutors are DBS-checked, degree-educated and happy to help, either in person or online. If you’re looking to find a tutor in Victoria, our team can work with you to find the perfect match. We have more than 2,500 tutors on our database, all of whom have been met by us.
Hi, my name is Luke and I am a graduate from UCL with a degree in Math. I have been building up my math tutoring experience throughout my studies since A-level. I helped my friends, classmates and family members understand complex or new mathematical terms and concepts by simplifying and explaining the logic behind them. When people approach me with math problems, I always think from their perspective to find out the gap in their understanding. Then I can better help them in learning and comprehending the logic and principles of maths. Furthermore, whenever I learn a new operator or concept, such as Laplacian operator or divergence, I prefer to understand their geometrical meaning and intuitive interpretation. I believe this approach will inspire my candidates and stimulates their interests in maths and physics. Regarding exams, practice to apply the logic and principles to solve problems is indispensable. I am good at summarising techniques and practical methods to help others crack maths problems. Practice using these methods with me is easy to get started and to follow in their studies. By understanding maths and practising solving problems with me, tutees can improve their proficiencies in solving maths problems and therefore improving performance at exams. Patience is one of my biggest strengths, and I tailor my lessons to the needs and personality of each tutee and help them succeed. I have a natural passion for teaching and tutoring interactively and intuitively.
I started out teaching GCSE mathematics in a private tutorial college in Wales 1987-1988. After that I returned to my home town and started giving tuition here in September 1988. I get about half of my students on recommendation. Every student who has come to me to resit the GCSE has obtained at least a grade C or the new equivalent. Many of my students have obtained grade A* at GCSE or A level. In 1997 I graduated with first class honours in mathematics from Goldsmiths College London where I won the Stanley Hails Prize. From 2009-2017 I taught maths from GCSE to Further Mathematics A Level AEA and STEP at an academy in Essex. I give the lessons online. I will always answer queries between lessons by email. I do not cover Decision Mathematics at A level. I have found that because I am very patient I can create an atmosphere in which people feel free to ask when they do not understand, both in a group and in an individual setting. There have been a few cases over the years when some people have only needed a few sessions because just one or two things were getting in their way and they had not felt able to ask about them when in a class.
I have graduated with a masters in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Bristol and am now entering into a career of data analysis. Engineering was a combination of my two favourite subjects at school; maths and physics and gave me a greater understanding of the fields and how they can be taught. While studying for my A levels, I tutored a family friends daughter GCSE mathematics. We had lessons once a week and went over what she was being taught that week. In Mathematics it is often the "trick questions" that cause the difference between an A and an A*, so after I thought the tutee was ready with the topic I went over a few trick questions, either from the book or from previous exams, to see if they could maximise their marks from this topic. In my first year at University I tutored C1 and S1 mathematics and I approached this similarly to how I taught my previous tutee. From this experience I learnt it was always useful to have multiple ways of explaining the same theories and being able to adapt your tutoring style to the individual. I tutored for 3 months in first year but due to increased work commitments from University in my later years I was unable to carry it on, now I have finished University I am very keen to get back into it.
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Common Entrance tutors in Victoria
If you’re looking for an experienced, professional and qualified common entrance tuition in Victoria, we have you covered. Whether you’re looking to get into a south-west-London-based school, such as Albemarle Independent College, all of our tutors have succeeded in getting their pupils into the secondary school of their choice.
Our tutors in Victoria are competent in various aspects of the common entrance exams, from English and maths, to verbal and non-verbal reasoning, and any additional topics. For Tutor House’s tutors, ensuring the student feels confident, as well as providing them with any interview practice and extra mentorship they may require is the motive.
GCSE and IGCSE tutors in Victoria
Tutor House’s GCSE tutors in Victoria work with students to ensure that they feel comfortable with their GCSE subjects before the exam day rolls around. Whether you’re struggling with the three core subjects of English, Maths or Science, or require help with a language subject like Italian, our professional, friendly and DBS-checked tutors are passionate about their subject.
We understand the need to obtain stellar GCSE grades to get in good stead for A-Level subjects. With countless topics to revise, we understand that stress levels can build up. Our tutors work with a number of GCSE students preparing for their exams, teaching exam technique, content and revision methods. These help improve student’s GCSE results, and also provides them with techniques they can utilise for A-Levels too.
A-Level tutors in Victoria
If you’re looking for a qualified and professional A-Level tutor in Victoria, Tutor House is on hand to help. We understand the stress that precedes working towards excellent A-Level grades to get into the university of your dreams. Therefore, we only employ fantastic degree-educated tutors to guarantee A-Level success.
The international student market and expectations on young people to attend university have made getting into first-choice universities like London South Bank University extremely competitive. Therefore, our tutors will work with you to revise content and learn exam techniques.Our tutors can also help with writing personal statements and with essay strategizing. They will work with you in a mentor-like capacity to ensure you learn skills that will follow you through to higher education.