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Some schools send their students on work experience usually at the end of year 10. However, you can arrange your own work experience. Decide what job you’d like to try. If you have connections within your chosen field - use them! Alternatively, you can contact employers and ask if they are able to offer you work experience. Whatever avenue you go down to get your work experience, good luck!
Math lover who dabbled in Business and love to read Quran.
Hi all. Like most Maths tutor here, I'm also a Math graduate, as a proof of academic excellence, I was offered an academic scholarship to take my Masters in a renowned University in Netherlands. However due to certain circumstances at the time, I had to turn it down. I accepted an offer to work in Oil and Gas industry instead. Long story short I moved to London four years ago and I have been tutoring particularly online for the past two years. My experience in tutoring was quite extensive prior to that, I used to tutor in my University years. I have almost 7 years of tutoring experience to date. I was also a Deputy Head, Maths and English teacher in an international school at one point, a long time ago. Like most tutors I have passion for what I am teaching, but unlike other tutor I strive to ignite that passion in you as well. Mathematics is often pictured as a daunting subject, more like a nightmare during school year that you have to soldier through until it all pass, but Maths is not at all like that. There is beauty in it, there's pattern that makes everything easy and sensible, you jusy need a little nudge to see those pattern. MATHS will also helps you see that pattern in life it, it will help you make sense of so many things, if that is not a good enough of a promise to you, Math is necessary for you to make it in life, so others will not take advantage of you. It is an exercise for your brain, that will leave it all muscular and attractive. So don't think twice and get in touch with me, together we'll help you make Maths your bff.
I am very passionate about teaching and have been a qualified teacher since 2011
I am a qualified GCSE and A Level teacher in German and Spanish. I have a PGCE and NQT in both languages. I can teach you the languages from scratch and introduce you to the various cultures too. I have extensively traveled through Spanish-speaking countries, so will be able to introduce you to the different accents and expressions in Spanish. I am also a Lecturer in Sociology and have background in other areas, including social anthropology, anthropology, history, cultural studies, Islamic studies, postcolonial studies and subaltern studies. I have taught undergraduate as well as postgraduate students. I am able to proofread essays and help you structure essays/dissertations if you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student.
It’s easier to keep up than catch up - let’s keep up your grades together!
Enthusiastic GCSE & KS3 Maths, English and Science A Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine Graduate from the University of Nottingham, currently looking for a job so have a lot of time on my hand to help. Tutoring has been one of my passions and I truly feel that with the right mentor students academic abilities can improve colossal amounts. After finishing my final step in education, I feel as though I have a clear understanding of how certain subjects can intimidate kids, and I hope I can use my experience and expertise to be beneficial to help overcome those obstacles. I have taught Maths and English to children aged 3 to 14 for 5 years and I thoroughly enjoy helping them reach their grades and improve their confidence in the subjects, I find it immensely rewarding when they understand difficult concepts. My tutoring style teaches students valuable skills which will take them through their education smoothly, including; time management, exam techniques, core content and key revision skills. This is due to understanding working smartly and achieving maximum potential is through a balanced split between knowledge, exam & revision techniques and time management.
I’m a science PhD student at Cambridge committed to helping your academic goals
Hi I'm Tessa! I'm currently studying for my PhD at Cambridge in an interdisciplinary biosciences programme. I previously completed my undergrad at UCL in Natural Sciences, specialising in Physics and Molecular and Cell Biology for which I got a First. I know firsthand how difficult science subjects can be to master, but I am really passionate about teaching these subjects and sharing my interest. I hope to help you achieve your goals and enjoy learning as much as possible along the way. Having been through the applications process a few times myself, I am also keen to share how to successfully write a personal statement and prepare for interviews. I came from an international school with a very low Oxbridge acceptance rate, but there are definitely common factors that you can incorporate into your application to put your best foot forward at such competitive universities. I also studied Higher Level English Literature in the IB programme in school, and continue studying literature as a hobby to this day. I taught students aged 4-16 English as a second language at a private tutoring centre in Hong Kong. This allowed me to gain a lot of experience with a wide range of ages and has taught me how to change my methods and explanations to best suit the student in any situation. I have been a tutor in the UK for over three years, and have experience in both online tutoring and in person.
Fun, engaging and dedicated tutor, graduate of the University of Oxford, bespoke tutoring for you!
Currently undertaking an MA/MEng at the University of the Arts London, I am a graduate of Oxford, having received a BA in German and Arabic. I have been tutoring for just over a year from pupils aged 3 to 18, mostly in verbal and logical reasoning, English (both GCSE and as a foreign language), Oxford admissions and German. Two of my previous students now study German and Arabic respectively at Oxford! As a language specialist, speaking 6 languages including German, Arabic and Japanese, I like to incorporate the flexibility of language learning into other subjects. To do this, I work with each student, creating a bespoke program to connect their interests and career goals to the subject at hand, so that not only do they learn, they also enjoy their time spent studying the subject! I received a distinction in my Arabic speaking skills and my Literature papers, placing me in an opportune position to help guide those struggling with approaching literature at an advanced e.g. German and English A Level On top of this, I make sure to focus on study skills and research methods so that the student is not only set for their exams, but all future academic endeavours, whether I will be there aiding them or not!