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What is physics
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Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Manchester
I have endured both GCSEs and A-Levels and trust me I understand how stressful it can be. I teach in a relaxed and easy going style, I am someone who is good at building good bonds and trust with students. My aim is not to get students to regurgitate for an exam and go, but to allow to students to take pride in their work and for them to finally find enjoyment in achieving what they never thought possible academically.
Enthusiastic and friendly tutor in Biology, Chemistry, Maths, Chinese, and 11+ / ISEB exams.
Hi there! My name is Theo and I am a Year 13 student studying Biology, Chemistry, Maths, and Chinese (4 A*s, 11 GCSE Grade 9s), looking to pursue medicine at university. I am particularly fascinated by human biology and biochemistry, but enjoy learning about other subjects that interest me, such as politics and Chinese history and culture. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, and would love to take the opportunity to share my academic knowledge and other insights as a mentor. For the last year I have worked for two hours a week as a voluntary tutor, where I have developed the skills and understanding required to be a successful tutor. I also find it incredibly exciting and rewarding to see students develop and get to grips with new topics, as well as be enthusiastic about topics I'm also keen on! I enjoy a student-led approach to tutoring, where the goals and targets of the student are our primary focus, such as an upcoming exam. What I quite like to do is, if there is a particular topic that the student would like to focus on, then we can go through the theory of it together, but if not, it can be really beneficial to go through past paper questions together and then pause and reflect on any topics that are particularly challenging.
Imperial chemistry student who is passionate and diligent
I am born in Japan and spent 4 years of high school in Hong Kong. I found tutoring very rewarding especially in that I can see students gaining good understanding and confidence in their studies. As a chemistry student in Imperial College London, I have a good understanding of what and how to teach in order to prepare students for post secondary degrees. I have an experience in teaching English, science, history, geography, and mathematics to a grade 9 student. I am welcome to teach any students for GCSE level maths, physics, and A level chemistry or below. My teaching style is that I engage students by asking questions and making sure that the student has a good understanding of the content. I can also relate the course materials with real life applications, for example, through the use of my experience as a chemistry student in Imperial.
Hard-working tutor and graduate student at the University of Oxford.
Friendly and knowledgeable Oxford University student and graduate. Double 1st Class in Physics and Philosophy. 43 points at International Baccalaureate including HL Maths, HL Physics and HL Chemistry. Experience in HL Biology.
Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University College London (UCL)
I am an enthusiastic UCL Physics student with years of experience in teaching and tutoring eager to help you out! Check out my GCSE Maths series as I am currently not available for tutoring. If you'd like to schedule a Maths lesson, message me and I'll direct to you to my recommended tutors.