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Passionate tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
- King's College London grad with a 1st class degree in Computer Science - Experience in teaching Java and Python at a university level. - A* in GCSE Maths; Great experience teaching KS3 and GCSE Maths. - Native speaker of Arabic; experience teaching students with various levels ranging from an absolute beginners level up to the A-levels stage.
Award winning Maths & Computing Tutor | KS3, GCSE, A-Level
Hi, I'm Ross! I have been tutoring for over 5 years and I’m passionate about helping students reach their full potential, whilst also enjoying the learning experience. I offer Maths and Computing lessons between KS3 and A-Level and I’m currently focussing on online tuition. -----Experience----- • I have tutored more than 20 students for a total of over 400 hours • Worked with students aged 11-18 of a wide range of abilities • Master’s degree in Computing from Imperial College London • DBS certified -----Teaching Style----- • Every student is different and so are my lessons. They are specifically tailored for each student’s requirements. • Students are assigned homework each week to consolidate the lesson content. This is marked before the next lesson so we can go through feedback at the start of the next lesson. • I teach in a very interactive style which encourages student engagement. I find this is more effective in allowing the student to understand the content, rather than just memorising and regurgitating. • I try to relate the content being taught to interesting real-world examples to make the lessons more relevant and exciting. • I place a large emphasis on learning from past papers since this allows students to learn exactly what is required to maximise their marks in the exam.
Skilled tutor & post graduate at Liverpool Hope University in Robotic Engineer.
My teaching method is an honest and charming way. My most of class base on online because I have been studying many international students by use of Skype. I approach each topic on daily base. If the student cannot understand any topics,I explained one or two times again.
I support students with bespoke adaptive deep learning schemes,.
I am an academic and research professional in Higher education with deep rooted interest in education and theories of learning and teaching.
Resourceful tutor in physical, applied and social sciences at Imperial College.
I am very friendly but results-oriented. I take keen interest in my students progress and development.
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at City, University of London
Hi! I’m a student at City, University of London and I study BSc Computer Science! Need help with any code fixing? Or debugging? Or anything about coding? Feel free to ask!
Software developer by day, crime fighting bad ass by night (during my REM cycle)
My name is Muhammed. I'm currently working as a Software Engineer. I have experience developing software systems at scale, which serve millions of users nationwide. I'm also a First Class Computer Science graduate from King's College London. Reach out to me if you need help with your Computing or Computer Science projects and I'll be glad to help out where I can. Happy Hacking!
A* further maths tutor available for lessons or help with assignments.
Hello, I'm Andres! I am a 2020 sixth form graduate with a strong passion for maths and sciences wanting to help all kinds of students improve their abilities in these subjects and thus getting better grades. * Experience: I have been a tutor since 2018. I have taught a range of students, from primary school all the way to year 13 and gap year students. I offer lessons for maths, physics and computer science for all levels and I am also available for online tuition. * Teaching style: I base my lessons on doing past papers or questions from recommended sources so that students learn exactly what is required to maximise their marks in the exam. I also put emphasis on ensuring the student truly understands all the concepts behind each answer so that they don't feel like they memorising and regurgitating.