I am an enthusiastic tutor from London, currently reading Ancient History at King's College London and predicted to graduate with first class honours. I have experience teaching at a primary and secondary school where I planned and delivered effective weekly sessions to students. I have extensive experience in humanities, Russian and English ,and have helped students with interviews, CVs, cover letters, UCAS and public speaking. During my three years of tutoring, my students have achieved As and A*s in all of their exams and have been to gain places on various prestigious internships. During my time at university, I have secured internships at Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg LP, Sabre Fund Management ( a London based hedge fund). I was the best novice speaker and the semi-finalist of London's largest debating competition - SOAS IV, hold committee positions at various societies, including my university's investment fund. I am responsible and committed to helping others reach their academic potential and grow.
As someone with experience guiding students through activities that range from undergraduate Maths modules to choirs and orchestras, I have the patience and ability needed to connect with my students and find the best way to improve their understanding, tailored to them. My invested interest in both the sciences and the arts allows me to devise new ways of explaining various theories and find a common ground with students. My interests include composing, theatre, golf and rugby.
I am currently in the second year of my PhD in pure mathematics at the London School of Geometry and Number Theory (Imperial, UCL, and King's). Before that, I was an undergraduate at the University of Queensland, Australia, where I earned a Bachelor of Science with Honours Class I with an extended major in Mathematics. I also have a Diploma of Languages majoring in German, and spent a year of my undergraduate degree studying in Munich. As an undergraduate, I gained a variety of experience from both private tutoring and teaching in university environments for students ranging from high school to undergraduate level. Before I began university I did a gap year working for a prep school in Surrey, where I primarily helped students between the ages of 8 and 13 who were struggling in class and/ or being disruptive. I also helped prepare students for the 11 and 13+ exams. I believe that mathematics is an under-appreciated discipline, and I have a passion for teaching maths in an intuitive and relatable way that applies real-world examples. I have ample experience in communicating complicated ideas to students of all abilities and in guiding students to their own understanding.
I am a respiratory physiologist working in paediatric medicine with a masters degree in Human and Applied Physiology from King’s College London. I also possess a first-class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science. Between my two degrees I travelled to different parts of world to places such as the USA and Cameroon. This gave me the opportunity to learn about different cultures and a stronger ability to overcome challenges when they presented themselves. I am looking for tutoring opportunities across London in zones 1-6. While doing my undergraduate and masters, I have developed an in-depth knowledge and understanding of several scientific areas, with a focus on physiology. I believe that I can impart my enthusiasm for education and science on younger students and help them succeed academically. My mission is to make the goals that students are striving for a reality and see the success they have earnt take them to their chapter. I am very motivated, driven individual and I will work to ensure each session is beneficial bringing the goals set out closer to fruition.
Hi, my name is Mohamed and I'm a graduate from UCL with a degree in Physics and I have 4 years experience tutoring A Level maths. Throughout my work as a tutor, I've noticed that many students lack the understanding of where certain concepts in maths that they learn in school come from, which in turn usually leads them to not being able to pick out important information in questions that they may find in their exams. This sets the foundation of how I approach tutoring. So I always take time to explain what the purpose is of performing a certain mathematical calculation. I also believe that its very important for students to be interested in the subjects that they're learning. I personally still love seeing how maths and physics is used in the real world and this is something I like to share with the students I tutor to help them develop an appreciation for the subject that they're learning.
Hi, I’m Dharani! I am a third year medical student at King’s College London. I have been a tutor for 3 years, teaching maths and science up to A-Level. In addition to my 3 years of tutoring, I have experience as school mentor, helping a group of Year 12 students with their AS Biology during lunchtimes. The Sessions: Before the session, it would be helpful if you could let me know what you would like to cover. At the start, I will give you a topic overview and then we can do some exam questions to find out which areas need more work and to develop a good exam technique. I will try to be enthusiastic and make the session enjoyable so that you will be more engaged and therefore grasp the concepts better. I'm applying to medical school - can you help me? Yes! I have been through the application process and am familiar with how intense and demanding it can be! I hope I can impart some of my knowledge and advice to reduce the stresses of your university application and hopefully enable you to go into the process feeling a little more clued up.
I am currently a 2nd year BSc Economics undergraduate at University College London who has achieved a First Class in the first year. My course entails mostly Maths and I have taken Maths and Further Maths A-Level. I have experience teaching Pure and Further Pure Mathematics, Statistics and Mechanics modules. During my gap year I was employed full time by a leading sixth form as the Maths Workshop Tutor. I taught 20, 90 minute, timetabled classes a week for A Level students who required additional support in their Mathematics studies. This entailed going over the syllabus and helping students to improve their exam technique. I enjoyed providing the support and encouragement my students needed in order to achieve their best. I use my own experience as a student to explain concepts to my students in a way that is accessible. I also privately tutored students outside of my employment at the college. I can gage exactly what my students need and help to give them that extra push to achieve their best. A private tutee of mine ended up achieving an A* with his hard work and my help after his teacher only predicted him a B/C grade! I hope to inspire and encourage my students to believe in themselves.
My name is Rebecca and I am currently studying towards a PhD in Medical Imaging at University College London. I am passionate about science and I hope to encourage the same enthusiasm in students at earlier stages in their education. I have always enjoyed learning, from GCSEs through to university level. In the first session I would like to focus on getting to know the student; what interests them about the subject as well as the areas they find the most challenging. This will enable me to design lessons which are both engaging and focused. I think it is important to make sure that the student can think for themselves, based on a solid understanding of a subject, therefore my teaching style is very interactive. I have a first class (hons) Masters in Chemistry from The University of Manchester, Maths and Further Maths A levels as well as a solid understanding in Biology and Physics. If you are looking for a passionate tutor in Science or Maths, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch and feel free to send me any questions.
I graduated earlier this year with a high 2.i in Physical Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge. I am an experienced Science and Maths tutor up to degree level, I have experience teaching children with Speech Language and Communication needs, and I tutor for Oxbridge Personal Statements and entrance exams. I therefore have a vast amount of experience teaching children of all ages and abilities, and in a wide range of subjects (Maths, Science, Music). I find teaching and educating incredibly rewarding, and believe every student has the potential to achieve. I had the privilege of being a member of the National Youth Orchestra for two years, with my second year being spent as the co-principal second violinist. During my time with the NYO I played in two BBC Proms performances, and worked with world-renowned conductors such as Sir Mark Elder, John Wilson, Ed Gardner, Ilan Volkov, Paul Daniels, and Francois Xavier-Roth. The repertoire ranged from immense symphonic works such as Mahler’s 5th and 9th Symphonies, to groundbreaking new works by Unsuk Chin and Anna Meredith. Teaching Experience I have been tutoring for Science and Maths since my second year of A-levels. I have found that my pupils achieve their best when they feel comfortable expressing themselves and asking questions about the subject. I see teaching as a two-way process and pride myself on ensuring my pupils are empowered to do this. My most recent GCSE Maths student managed to increase his grade from a level 5 to a level 8/9 in the period he was working with me. I am currently employed part time in a North London Secondary School and Sixth Form, where I work in the SEN department as a Science and Maths specialist. This has given me a great deal of experience in teaching children with ADHD, Autism, and Dyslexia. I also run the Science and Maths clubs at the school, where I take learning beyond the curriculum. For three years I have been working as an Oxbridge Interview Preparation and Personal Statement Advisor at my old Sixth Form College, BHASVIC. In this time I have built up a wealth of experience of the Oxbridge Application Process, including the newly introduced admissions tests for Natural Sciences (NSAA). In this time BHASVIC has maintained its status as having the highest Oxbridge application success rate of all state schools in the country. Having taught 20+ pupils over 4 years, I am an experienced Piano and Violin teacher, specialising in beginner-intermediate level. “My daughter often felt daunted by new or tricky pieces but Ollie’s kind and patient approach really helped her to grow in confidence. She got a distinction in her Grade 1 exam so it definitely worked!” – Lucy Foy, mother of Esme, Piano Pupil.