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Hey I'm Adam! An easy going bloke from Manchester with a passion for teaching. I have a Master's in Physics and been tutoring for 2 years now, racking up almost 2000 hours worth of lessons. I find it extremely fulfilling when my students succeed, therefore I try and make my lessons as fun, interesting, and engaging as possible. I'm full of energy and promise there won't be a single dull moment in our class. I teach the following subjects: Maths: KS3/GCSE/A-Level Physics: KS3/GCSE/A-Level Biology: KS3/GCSE/A-Level Chemistry: KS3/GCSE Looking forward to meeting you :)
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I spent a lot of my class time in secondary school being bored and restless. I was NOT a model student. Sitting in a class was always so boring to me. Then I discovered fun ways of making the lessons interesting when I attended the Mind Olympics in Earls Court. The 'mind athletes' at this event learned how to use their brains like a musical instrument. Learning and memorising facts easily like picking up feathers. Ever since that time I have been learning many subjects and showing other students how to enjoy their subjects while find better ways to get the results they want.
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I studied at Ampleforth College in North Yorkshire. Here I spent 5 years as a Maths Tutor to my peers and those younger than me. Since then I have privately tutor a variety of subjects from Maths, English, Science, Economics, and much more. This experience has made me adept at interacting with and communicating clearly to those whom I teach. I have experience with AQA, Edexcel, iGCSE and OCR examination boards. I have recently received my MSc in Mental Health & Law from King’s College London (Pass with Merit); and before this a First Class Honours in Philosophy BA. I know exactly what it takes to get a head start in the subjects I tutor. In addition, I have experience teaching children with SEN. GCSE results: -4 a*s -7 a's A-Level results: -Economics-A -Government and Politics-A -Math-A
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I'm currently a science teacher who is exploring private teaching as a viable method for success in our society. Brief history: Bsc Biological Chemistry, Aston University, 2015 (2.1) PGCE Science, Newman University (2018) Now Education, Science teacher (2017- present) Private Tuutor in GCSE science AND A-LEVEL Biology and Chemistry (2017-present)