I was one of the highest achievers at High School and continue to do well academically at Loughborough University, where I am a 2nd year Mechanical Engineering student. I achieved 81% in my first year at University and am on course for a similar score for 2nd year. I also got 9 A* in my GCSE's and 3 A* in Physics, Math and Accounts and an A in Chemistry in A-levels. I also completed Further Math in A-levels, and have continued to do it in University, so I have a very good grasp of the concepts taught and in-depth knowledge of it as well. I hope to use my knowledge and abilities in these fields to help students who may be finding some of these concepts difficult to understand. I have been able to help numerous of my fellow classmates with exam problems and doubts they have, which has then helped them to score well for the exams and tests, and eventually helped them to progress to the Universities of their choice. Having studied math and excelled in it, I believe the best way to learn and improve in the subject is by practicing numerous questions from different books and past papers. This is what I focused on mostly when I was studying math during school and University and is the best way to prepare for the exams. Practicing questions is what I would focus on as a tutor as well, and it would expose students to different types of questions and tricky situations, and would enable them to be well-prepared for whatever the exam throws at them. During my time at school and even at University, I also made it a point to never be overburdened with academics, and I regularly played sports, like football and cricket, to keep my mind attentive and sharp. This is something I would suggest to any students doing their GCSE's or A-levels, as some form of exercise is a good way to relax and to ensure that you remain focused.