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Hardworking Cambridge student happy to help with Psychology, French and 11+
I am hardworking student who has just completed my first year at Cambridge University, where I study Psychological Behavioural Sciences. At school I studied French, History and Psychology A Level. I have always enjoyed languages and had an aptitude for them, having studied both French and Spanish through GCSE and the first year of A Levels. I have been both a French and Spanish mentor at my school where I have helped younger students to overcome issues they couldn't talk through in class. My passion for psychology began when I was able to pick it up at A Level, I ran a Psychology Club in my school, through which I was able to teach younger students interesting topics and engage in controversial debates. My passion grew through super curricular reading and volunteering that helped me to secure my offer at the University of Cambridge. After being scared and worried sick about exams throughout my whole school career I believe I finally cracked it in Year 13 and I would love to be able to reassure students and allow them to go into their exams feeling confident, and leaving knowing that they've done their best. My lessons will be tailored solely around the needs of the pupil and what they feel their main issue/struggle is, so please just let me know! I did Cambridge IGCSE French and Spanish, and AQA A Level French where I studied Tartuffe and Un Long Dimanche de Fiançailles for my written exam. For A Level Psychology, I studied AQA, with my Year 2 options being: Cognition and Development, Schizophrenia and Forensic Psychology.
A qualified teacher of History, Philosophy and RE and MSc student at LSE
I am a qualified Teacher of History and RE with 3 years of experience teaching in secondary schools. I have taught both subjects from KS3 upto A-Level. I am currently studying for a Master's in MSc International Social and Public Policy at the LSE. I began as a trainee teacher at Robert Clack School in Dagenham, completing my NQT there, before moving to Plashet School for Girls in East Ham. At both schools, I was also the Head Coach of the Debate Society, leading teams to finals and competition wins. I have assisted with curriculum design, mentoring and pastoral matters. I have also been a private tutor since 2015, tutoring students in A-Level Philosophy and GCSE History. At UCL, I was a Student Ambassador and tutored students in group settings. I am a highly experienced, motivated and passionate teacher and always take my students' needs into consideration and adapt accordingly. My teaching style is personable, challenging and intellectual. My personal hobbies include playing drums, video games and running a Philosophy Book Club.
Undergraduate Physics student at the University of Bristol.
Hi, my name is Beth and I’m a current student at Bristol University, about to begin second year. I’m a keen physicist and mathematician and would love to inspire others in these subjects too. With some perseverance I truly believe these subjects can be accessible to everyone! I absolutely love tutoring and sharing my passion with others. As a student myself, I feel I have an understanding of how certain subjects can seem overwhelming and inaccessible in many ways. Through acknowledging these obstacles, I believe I can bring out any student’s academic potential. I’ve taken A Levels in Maths, Physics and Further Maths and am very competent in teaching these subjects up to A-level standard. I am very friendly and have a relaxed and calm approach to learning. I understand that students approach to learning will vary depending on what best suits the individual and with this in mind I can structure online lessons accordingly. I am happy to cover any material from primary school through to GCSE on any science/maths material. I can also do A Level tutoring in maths and physics.
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!