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What is the best way to study for a fractions and algebra math test?
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A Passionate Tutor specialising in History, Politics and English
My name is Niyaz, and I have recently left college with an ambition to help students reach their potential via their academic or creative routes. I specialize in Humanities, specifically History and Politics where I have achieved top grades at both GCSE level and A Level. My ambition for a long time has been to become a teacher and my extensive experiencing with private tutoring whilst working at Saturday supplementary and summer schools has enabled me to become very skilled in working with individuals and big groups. I am a very versatile tutor, being able to teach History and Politics at all levels, whilst also being able to teach English Language and Literature as well as Science up to GCSE Level. I am a very easy going tutor that will always take extra time for his students, ensuring they get all the support they need. I can also help with exam support, essay writing and most importantly time management where I have balanced work and studies while securing top grades. I am more than happy to help through Email or phone in between sessions. Feel free to contact me for any questions and hope to learn with you soon!
Funded history PhD student offering history and humanities tuition
I am currently undertaking a funded History PhD at King's College London. I hold a Masters in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies for which I was awarded a distinction and full funding as well as a BA Hons (First Class) in history and politics from the University of York. I have been a tutor since 2007 and have tutored over 100 clients since then. I am an organised, committed, reliable and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working with children and young adults, helping them to develop their understanding and interest in a variety of subjects. I have been commended for my tutoring approach which emphasises clarity, consistency and enthusiasm. I have helped those I tutor to significantly improve their exam results and grades, often taking them from C and D level grades up to high As and Bs. One of my most recent tutee, who I tutored in GCSE Geography and History, achieved an A* in both subjects and came top of his year at school for his GCSE grades.
Experienced tutor and who is ready to teach!
I am a sixth form student who has an keen interest in teaching young children and making it more enjoyable to learn. :) .................................................................................. I am a sixth form student who has a keen approach in helping students learn more. I am currently studying A-Levels: Biology Psychology and English. I also have previous tutoring experiences in younger and Gcse students. I am able to help with essay based subjects like biology, psychology, English Literature and History Gcse as well as 11+ entrance exams. I also want to make learning fun and would help students the way they learn best and ensure they reach their target so that they are satisfied with the level of work. I am happy to help students with extra Homework and would make sure that my time is dedicated and focused solely on the students struggles, that I hope they can overcome. I am very motivated and hope to make positive impacts to the students grades and more!
Masters medic @QueenMaryMedical school! Love teaching the sciences and medicine
Professional and very easy going! I am currently a Masters student at Queen Mary Barts Medical school. I completed my undergraduate studies at St Georges Medical hospital, where I worked all over London, developing a passion to learn about oncology( the study of cancer).I love studying but I also love to teach you retain 95% of the information! I have successfully mentored many students to their dream schools, with most of my students achieving grades 8 and 9 as I selectively choose tailored revision techniques method that are personalised. I have always had a passion for medicine and sciences from an early age ,and I have a keen interest in human anatomy. I spend most of my academic day dissecting cadavers and thus am very passionate about human biology. I am now a competent practitioner who works in the hospital, currently doing my masters to add to my knowledge about mental health. I also am an avid historian and spent my gap year exploring many historical sites. I have a passion to write and thus, English language and literature became a hobby for me and due to this passion for writing I did a 5th A-level in college in creative writing! In my spare time,I like to hike and camp and in Wales as I love spending time outdoors! I am a sporty young girl who actively takes part in basketball and like to stay fit by going gym twice a week. I love to help people and thus why I decided to tutor, everything I do is with 100 percent passion and take very seriously. Please email me and I can contact you to see if I can help you achieve academically.
Happy Humanities Tutor helping learners to achieve their potential
I enjoy helping others to achieve their potential and become successful independent learners. From 2005 until 2017 I worked in a variety of e-learning trainer roles in Further Education colleges. This involved supporting students from 14 through to 60+ in their research at A-level, Undergraduate and Masters level covering topics such as successfully using online journals, specialist databases and improving their study skills. The support took the form of one to ones, small groups and large group/class sessions. At one college, a high proportion of degree level students had varying degrees of Dyslexia - it was great to be a part of the college-wide team instilling increased confidence in learners. Now, I've retrained as a teacher. During my PGCE placements, I worked in ESOL, Adult Literacy, GCSE, GCSE resit and A-level classes. Since January 2020, I've been self-employed, supporting two clients with English as a second or other language. In my spare time, I proof read a Dyslexic friend's University essays, working through strategies to help him with spelling, phonics, punctuation and grammar. I've further proof read another friend's Masters and now PhD coursework. I very much enjoying helping others and seeing them achieve their full potential. In my spare, spare time I've been a volunteer for a year in CLEAR Project ESOL classes as a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) and been a weekly volunteer in English Conversation groups at the University of Southampton, (since 2015) and Burgess Road Library (since 2017). At this difficult time, although my experience is with 14+ learners, I'm happy to help primary learners too. I enjoy History as a hobby as well as studying it and look forward in going back into teaching it.