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Wahida A.I am passionate about education and want to help!
£20.00per hour
29answers
5hours or less

I chose my GCSE options in year 8 and started them in year 9. It was then I felt like I had to decide what career I want to go in. I knew I enjoyed teaching as I've done a lot mentoring; I also knew that Religious Studies was one of my most favourite subjects. Really, I loved (still do) cooking the most so a career in catering was also something I wanted but then I decided that from my experience it's not the most stable career and I am an academic. My parents suggested I go into law so I focussed on that. I got 18 A* - Cs for GCSE. I got a scholarship into Oxford for a pre-degree law course which I did along side my A-levels. For AS I did German, Philosophy and Ethics, History and English language and literature. The latter 2 subjects I did not do that well in or enjoy as much so I dropped them in A2 and picked up a full A-level in IT. (I was also doing an EPQ but I had a lot of things going on in my personal life so I dropped that because I had a lot of commitments with my family and I was still going to Oxford too). I got a reduced offer to do law at Oxford but I decided I didn't want to do that anymore nor be in that environment again. I chose to do philosophy and R.S. and that's what I am doing now. I took a gap year though after my A-levels and I worked in a school as pupil assistant and mentor. I am now a manager at a tutoring firm. (And I've been tutoring since I was 15). Sorry for the essay!

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Savanna F.I love learning and helping others achieve their potential and learn too.
£20.00per hour
21answers
11hours taught

I’m currently in college studying French, Spanish and Maths A-Level in North London after achieving a Grade 9 (A*) in both Maths and English Language as well as a Grade 7 (A) in English Literature. I have in depth knowledge on the new style curriculum especially as I tutor Maths GCSE weekly. I am very personable and aim to create a fun but hardworking atmosphere that benefits and incorporates both the student and the parents. As well as tutoring, I can help with how to deal with exam stress and exam preparation as I view wellbeing to be as important as academic success. I also have experience helping people with learning difficulties and those who just generally struggle as well as those of higher abilities.

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Samiah S.I'm a fun and creative Primary School Teacher
£20.00per hour
0answers
32hours taught

Hi! I have been a primary school teacher for 7 years, teaching both KS1 as well as KS2. I was given the role of deputy KS1 Literacy co-ordinator and therefore have a thorough understanding of how to achieve success in the Year 2 SATs and ensuring children are ready before entering KS2. I have also tutored children to help them with their 7+ and 11+ entrance exams. Living in Hendon and looking to tutor ideally from home as I have all my resources here. Willing to travel if it is nearby.

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Talha G.Experienced tutor with proven results in maths and economics at all levels!
£45.00per hour
2answers
5hours or less

I am a graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) and have been working in the city of London for almost 3 years as a strategy consultant, one of the most prestigious jobs in the city. Currently I am working as an entrepreneur building up several businesses. Academically, I graduated from the LSE where I attained a 2:1, achieving a first in almost half my modules and was awarded a number of awards from the university for contribution to student life. I took my A-Levels in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, History and Economics which I got A's for. I also took 15 GCSEs achieving 11 A*s, 2As and 2 Bs. I am also currently undertaking a number of post-graduate courses in Arabic, Philosophy and other subjects with the aim of continuing to develop myself self after university. Aside from my work and studies, run many voluntary projects both locally and nationally. I have always felt it important to give back to society, often seeing that it actually gives you more in return! These are all help to ensure a healthy balance between study and other things and make me a much more rounded person and communicate with the individuals better.

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Nicholas H.Actuarial Science student at LSE with over 7 years tutoring experience.
£30.00per hour
2answers
5hours or less

I am originally from South Africa where I actually began tutoring 7 years ago. I came to the UK in 2016 after completing a year of Actuarial Science at a South African university. Now days I'm studying Actuarial Science at LSE and tutoring on the side. Since 2016 I have tutored students between the ages of 7 and 19. I have worked with a vast range of students, from preparing for their 11+ entrance exams to their A-level and first year university accounting exams. Many of my past students are still in contact with me today! As a tutor I tailor my approach based on your abilities and the type of learner you are to ensure I can help you in the most effective way. Every subject and course I tutor I have taken before and so apply that past knowledge to further aid your development. I hope to help you achieve your full potential!

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Amir S.Inspiring and engaging mathematics specialist, 5+ to STEP
£200.00per hour
1answers
5hours or less

I am an award-winning qualified maths teacher and a maths specialist with 10 years’ teaching experience and 5 years’ experience as an examiner. During this time, I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students with varying initial attainment and educational needs grow in confidence, achieve top grades and fall in love with maths. I have a Masters in Mathematics (MMath) from the University of Warwick and a PGCE in maths from the UCL Institute of Education. Prior to becoming a full time tutor I taught at several outstanding schools with my main employment being the Head of A-Levels and the Head of Further Maths at CATS College London, part of Cambridge Education Group (CEG). My research and experience have shown me that anyone can become an outstanding mathematician and enjoy the subject, they just need the right guidance. I bring an exceptionally high standard of teaching to my lessons. I have officially received an “outstanding” rating, the highest possible, for 5 consecutive years for my teaching at CEG. My key strength is the breadth and depth of my mathematical knowledge alongside my ability to communicate complex ideas simply and in an intellectually stimulating manner. I have also earned numerous awards in recognition of my teaching and maths ability, including the prestigious title of scholar at the “Institute of Mathematics and its Applications”. I have an outstanding track record. I have consistently achieved the best set of results in all the schools I have worked at with all my students surpassing their expected grades. Some of my students have achieved as much as a 5-grade improvement over the course of their tuition. I have a 100% success rate with the 5+, 11+, 13+ and 16+. All my secondary students have achieved grades 8 - 9 in their GCSE and my A Level students have attained grades B - A*. My students regularly secure places at the best universities in the world, including Oxford, Cambridge and University of Hong Kong. My younger students do just as well and have secured places/scholarships at the best schools in the country including Dulwich and City of London School for Boys. Several of my students have won awards in recognition of their exceptional achievements including the CIFE award for Science. Outside of teaching I love playing football and boxing. I volunteer at inner London schools whenever I get the opportunity and I mentor several maths teachers in the UK working in state sector schools.  Tutoring Experience ******************** Current and former students range from year 1 to university level. I have taught; KS1, KS2, KS3, GCSE, iGCSE, MYP, Pre-U, A Level, IB, AP and University Foundation (Bellerbys College, CATS College, Chelsea Independent College, DLD College, ONCAMPUS and MPW) maths and further maths across nearly all exam boards (Edexcel, OCR, MEI, AQA and CIE). I also have extensive experience helping students prepare for entrance exams such as; 5+, Common Pre-Tests, 11+, 13+, 16+, STEP, AEA, MAT, CSAT, the maths section of BMAT, SAT and ACT, the quantitative reasoning section of UKCAT, GRE and GMAT, competition maths such as UKMT and BMO and various school scholarship exams including but not limited to, Kings Scholarship for Eton College.   The service I offer to my students is based on their needs, from tutoring students throughout the entirety of their formal education, to flying out to provide a 2-week crash course in order to help a student with their entrance exam (international travel rates will be provided upon request). I offer both in person and online tuition. I continually invest in the latest technology to ensure students receive the best possible experience. This is one of the reasons I believe that my sessions are one of the best in the industry. I also offer remote support to students, parents, guardians and governess of students. Here is a list of universities which my students have secured a place/scholarship at: University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University of Hong Kong, NYU, Imperial College London, LSE, UCL, Durham University, University of Warwick, King's College London, City and Bocconi University. Here is a list of schools which my students have secured a place/scholarship at: Eton College, Dulwich College, Harrow School, St Pauls, Kings College, Highgate School, City of London School for Boys, St Christopher's, Forest school, Portland Place School, North Bridge House, Wetherby School, Winchester College, Mill Hill School (Scholarship), Radley College as well as several schools from the North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium.  Tutoring Approach ******************* My tutoring approach is based on my belief that most students’ difficulties in maths arise from insufficient understanding of fundamental concepts, which are often glossed over in school. Unfortunately, students do not seek guidance as these topics are wrongly considered as easy or teachers are not sufficiently qualified to explain them. I see this issue across all age groups and levels of attainment. Maths is a subject where one thing follows from another, so at some stage this lack of understanding catches up with students and forms a barrier to their learning. One of the first things I do with my students is invest time to see their understanding of fundamental concepts and if necessary, revisit them. I believe this is one of the reasons for my student’s success and fast progress. Then I build on this foundation by working through more complex topics and concepts, looking at them in a more thorough and enriching way. I always emphasise the importance of being able to explain why, a sign of true understanding and a prerequisite for enjoying the subject. Finally, I make sure students can transmit their knowledge during examination, this is where my experience as an examiner has proven to be invaluable. For most of the lesson students will be solving problems, each problem presenting a different piece of the puzzle, until they reach that “aha” moment where they have mastered the concept. By asking a series of well thought out questions, rather than lecturing the students, I can help students discover for themselves underlying misunderstandings that they may have and address them. By working collaboratively with the parents/guardians/governesses and the student, I create a bespoke tutoring plan to hit the agreed upon targets in the time we have. Each student will have a working file which contains a personalised dynamic scheme of work, class notes, homeworks, tests and a log of areas that need further developing. I monitor students’ progress and adapt the scheme of work according to their needs. Having taught for nearly 10 years, I know how to structure lessons such that each lesson is flexible enough to cater to the students’ needs and interests whilst making sure that sequences of lessons can follow a meaningful structure. As someone who is actively involved in a wide variety of maths research, I build a narrative around maths that caters to the interests of each individual student, inspiring them to learn more. I place a real emphasis on helping my students to take control of their own learning and discover what works for them, so they can become independent learners. A final note from me. A good understanding of maths has impact far beyond one’s maths education. Not only does maths permeate every field of scientific endeavour, from helping explain the colours of the sunset to the architecture of our brains, it now plays a pivotal role in all aspects of modern society including finance, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence, to name a few. I believe that prioritising one’s maths education is vital to the future prospect of an individual and the position they will play in society.  But aside from utility, mathematics when understood is inspiring and fun. As Bertrand Russell wrote in Mysticism and Logic (1918) “Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty”. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. CV, references and research papers are available on request.

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Micah R.Enthusiasm in addition to extensive knowledge is key to my teaching success.
£37.00per hour
2answers
27hours taught

Director of Jeshua Tuition Check out my website jeshutuition.com I have been teaching 11+, 12+ and 13+ entrance, Politics, English and Economics for 3 years at various levels. Feel free to ask me if I have a certain resource that isn’t on my page! As I will upload it. I achieved 3 A*s at A-Level (in Politics English and Economics) and 7A*s and 3As at IGCSE. I am currently studying Law at the London School of Economics.

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Sajeel Q.Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool
£9.00per hour
15answers
5hours or less

I’ve always loved maths. And anything maths related. I have been tutoring for over a year now and as an undergraduate student myself I understand how hard it can be for people to learn and how useful using modern techniques to teach is. I teach maths but I also teach gcse science and some computer science.

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Mutasim A.Outstanding Qualified Mathematics and Economics Teacher | Oxford MSc student
£45.00per hour
0answers
5hours or less

Having taken part in the Teach First Leadership and Development programme, I am now a Qualified Mathematics teacher and covering Economics teacher at a North London based school. I am also undertaking a masters at the University of Oxford in Teaching and Learning MSc. Currently taking the last few bookings for students who are sitting exams in Summer 2019. My methods are easy to comprehend and exam question-based. I specialize in aiding two types of students, those who wish to push themselves to attain top grades levels 7-9. As well as those who require extra assistance in attaining a strong pass. My focus is on developing conceptual understanding among students. This helps them visualize problems better which will result in greater resilience and creative thinking when tackling new problems. This can be consequently applied to exam questions across a variety of subjects. With the right conceptual understanding and practice, any student can attain an outstanding grade. I am currently a qualified teacher, I have taught from KS3-KS5. I have been responsible for the learning and development of students from varying backgrounds and abilities. I teach Mathematics and cover Economics. However my expertise in tutoring stretches to include English literature and language. I have also tutored privately for over 5 years.

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Hassan H.Teaching - Passion more than profession!
£35.00per hour
0answers
5hours or less

Qualified - Experienced - Tutor - Mentor ● I am a double charter (ACCA, CISI) and a first class graduate in Applied Accounting which demonstrates that I am professionally competent and qualified to teach proper accounting principles and reporting standards; ● Currently working as a Financial Controller for a multinational based in London; Previously worked for world's top 100 employers like Samsung, DHL, J&J and Symantec to name a few. It’s all about setting your goals and objectives and having the right attitude and mind-set to achieve it. ● I have a proven track record of 100% success rate based on the number of students I have tutored in the last 3 years; ● I am also an active member of the Oxford Brookes alumni mentor scheme whereby I run mentoring programs for university graduates, who have recently graduated and are about to step in the job market world, to provide them with the right inspiration, support and guidance which should help and inspire them to aim for higher and utilize their potential.

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