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Final year Med student with experience in teaching. Speaks four languages!
Now studying medicine! Has taught as a private tutor and a secondary school teacher. Feel free to ask about university life/ life studying medicine during lessons. I am also an animal lover. GCSE score: 8A* 1A
Experienced tutor for adults & children - Currently tutoring online
Tutoring in English, History and Art! - Currently tutoring online! Qualifications: • MA (in progress) in Creative Writing • BA (Hons) English Language and Literature with Creative Writing • TEFL – in 120 hours Teaching English Teaching Experience • 6 Years • Across 4 countries worldwide • Classroom and interactive lessons • Structured lesson plans, assessments. • English & Swimming Profile I have developed my early working path around a well founded work ethic and excellent client relations over my years in professional roles. I have 8 years professional experience across 5 sectors, including many years Teaching and 1 year in Journalism. During my professional career I have taught for two companies, across four centres providing me with an abundance of experience working with children and a deep understanding of learning techniques. Additionally I also have an understanding of the importance of relaying information to parents regarding progress to make sure all parties are up to date and in sync to a common goal. Other teaching experience includes having had the opportunity to teach English in three countries across the world as a TEFL English teacher. My strength in teaching lie within initially building a strong report with a child, from there I can then determine their strengths and weaknesses to focus my tuition on areas they are in need. To do this my method of teaching includes gently pushing academic boundaries to expand on their current knowledge whilst keeping the lessons informative and interesting. Outside of my professional life I am a family oriented person who regularly spends time volunteering for different charities.
A Masters Graduate Student who loves a challenge!
An experienced ABA Tutor and a highly motivated Masters graduate with experience of working with SEN children under challenging circumstances in different schools. Ability to work one-to-one with students to facilitate them with their studies. Previously worked as an assistant psychologist at a CAMHS service with children who have learning disabilities/ASD with challenging behaviours. Currently, working as an Assistant Psychologist in the community with people with mental health issues.
Accomplished tutor and undergraduate at University College London (UCL)
I’m a recent UCL graduate (BSc Social Sciences with Quantitative Methods) who has teaching experience in basic coding and touch typing for children as well as tutoring maths at GCSE level. I did my A Levels in History, English Literature, Maths and Government and Politics (self taught) and achieved A*ABB. Looking forward to getting to know you!
I care about my students!
I am a third year medical school student at King's College London with great experience with tutoring, previously working in a tuition centre for 4 years. I have a strong academic background with high grades in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics at A-Level to allow me to get into medical school.
Passionate tutor with a masters degree from University of Leicester
A master’s graduate with First Class Honours in Advanced Mechanical Engineering from University of Leicester. Since, I completed my course in September 2019. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant in the department of engineering. I was trained and certified to teach in higher education from Leicester Learning Institute. I have assisted in demonstrating mechanical oriented first year labs concerning flow measurements in pipes, and electrical oriented labs based on circuit design and analysis using PSpice. Also, assisted in second year labs helping students to learn about material selection in electromechanical devices using CES Edupack software, as well as different engineering materials microstructural properties and processing. Furthermore, I have helped in for fourth year module involving conceptual design process for turbofan engines with improvements in aero engine design configurations. Overall, my aspects of teaching involved concepts related to designing, modelling, real life applications, mathematical calculations, physics and sciences. As a tutor, I would like to give my best abilities to improvise any individuals knowledge and make sure that they succeed in each & every aspects. At the same time, my commitment to teach with supporting and delivering the learning materials with at most reliability will always be my utmost priority. I will give what it takes to make an individual completely transformed into a knowledgeable individual. I believe one becomes intelligent by not just learning the concepts, but making the best use of it by applying in the real world.
Excellent Civil Engineering student offering A level Maths & Sciences support
I am a civil engineering student and I studied Maths, Physics and Chemistry as my A level subjects, from which I got outstanding results, A*AA. This led me to studying civil engineering at a Russell Group Uni - Warwick University! I am also working at the same time at a big Engineering company as an Assistant Civil Engineer. My excellent academic career has nurtured in me a natural talent for teaching. My experiences have taught me how to tackle one problem at a time, and I believe that using this approach—paired with my unconventional examples that force students to think outside the box—I can truly provide an excellent understanding and explanation. One of the main reasons you are seeing this ad is that I really enjoy teaching Maths, numbers and everything that has to do with it, because every day, every step is Maths, believe me! Also, I am very dedicated to making others understand it better and change their attitude towards this subject, as I hear many people say they 'hate it'. So, if that is you, you're in the right place! I also love teaching Sciences as they communicate us the way the universe is created and why everything happens! The first time I realised that people understand the way I explain things, was with my friends; sometimes they would understand me better than the teacher and I have volunteered at school and other organizations to teach other students. Most of the students I have taught were university students who struggled with the Engineering Mathematics modules, Structural Mechanics etc. I have taught A level/BTEC/KS3/KS4 students too!
Currently doing my third degree in economics
I am an experienced tutor with over 10 years of experience. I’ve been tutoring children from KS1 up to A-Levels as well as University students, for north of 10 years; I tutor English, Maths and Science. I, myself, have a degree in Medical Genetics, a PGCE in secondary science from the University of Leeds and am currently doing my third degree in Economics. I’ve had the pleasure of working with students who weren’t doing so well when we met, but who achieved amazing grades with their hard work and my dedication to them and I’ve had some great results from my students in their SAT exams, GCSEs and A-Levels. I have an open door policy, figuratively speaking - I’m available to my students or their parents, on my mobile, whenever they need or have any queries. I expect homework to be completed weekly and full concentration in class. I’m flexible, firm but fair with my students and always keep parents in the loop with regards to weekly progress. Just a note: I’ve set my hourly wage here at £33 but prices really do depend on the age range I am teaching. So please do ask about pricing for your particular child!
10 years experience in Careers consultant and study skills
Im a mother of 2 teenage girls. My hobbies include baking, listening to music, tennis and travelling. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with students/ learners on different careers paths and giving students and learners study skills. I believe every student or learner should be given an opportunity to study their chosen subjects based on their ability, interest, enjoyment/passion and with a view of their future career.
Academia enthusiast with tutoring experience!
I am currently taking a gap year out of my studies in order to complete work experience as an accountant and hopefully inspire others to love mathematics as much as I do! I am pursuing a degree in mathematics, where I hope to one day achieve a Masters - or maybe even a Phd. I grew up in a disadvantaged background, where I did not have access to a fully supported education. I wish to offer guidance to all of my students so that they feel like they have had an enjoyable and supported education. No matter what is requested of me, I will do my best to ensure my student is completely satisfied with their learning and feels confident in their own skills. I have previous tutoring experience as well as years of experience with working with the public!
University Lecturer in Medical Simulation and Physician Associate studies
Hello! I’m Arjun! I’m keen to help potential Physician Associate students apply for university. I studied Biomedical Science at St George’s before returning to complete my postgraduate diploma in Physician Associate studies. Since graduating, I have gone on to work in a range of medical specialties, including Oncology and A&E, before recently becoming a lecturer for a new Physician Associate course at the University of East London (UEL). Here, I teach students using Virtual Reality (VR) Augmented Reality (AR) and medical simulation sessions to help train students for their future careers. Alongside this role, I also volunteer for Raleigh International and acts as an Ambassador for England as part of a global fan network for the FIFA World Cup 2022 to help promote this year's tournament.
Tutor, committee member of the Schools Connect project and undergraduate at University of Cambridge
Hi there, I’m a first year English student at Girton college on the University of Cambridge I’m DBS checked and have experience working with primary and secondary school children as a tutor. Here in Cambridge I keep myself busy by rowing for my college’s mens boat, watching theatre and writing some pretty rubbish poetry.
Psychology and Maths tutor with 7+ years experience
An experienced tutor and First Class Honours Psychology graduate. I have 7+ years tutoring in various subjects including Mathematics, English and Psychology for those aged 8+. I have previously worked as an occupational therapy assistant at a CAMHS service, this included working with a variety of children and young people who had disabilities or learning needs. I currently work in academia within a Psychology department so can readily apply my experience and tutoring experience to your needs. I tailor every session to an individual's needs to ensure you can learn in the most appropriate way. I have a flexible approach to learning and an ability to work 1-2-1 with students to facilitate them with their studies. I can also offer group sessions if requested.
Medical Student with tutoring experience in Medical Applications and Primary School Subjects.
Hello! I am a 1st Year Medical Student at Swansea University, with a degree in Population Health and Medical Sciences. I have experience in teaching primary school student English and Maths, as well as experience in Medical Interviews and Personal Statements. I often opt for an interactive style of teaching so the student can use their skills to test what they do know, and I build on this knowledge by giving them tips and advice.
*University Applications to Dentistry/Medicine* Dental Student, MSc & BSc Graduate, Mentor
Hi, I'm a mature, dental student at the King's College London Dental Institute. Prior to Dentistry, I completed a BSc & MSc, achieving a Postgraduate Scholarship and Distinction in my Master's. My experiences have inspired me in supporting students in realising their potential and bolstering their confidence. During my spare time, I work as a Widening Participation Student Ambassador at KCL & I also mentor A-level students in-person & via an online platform. My teaching style is tailored & student-centered; taking into account individual differences. My teaching style is underpinned by the use of spaced repetition, an adapted Socratic method (using questions to build a deeper understanding of ideas & concepts) & active recall. With 10 years of experience in Higher Education, I'll work with you in turning your ambition into a reality.
I am an approachable incoming 2nd year medical student at University College London (UCL). I am a 2021 graduate of Dulwich College where I was also Vice-Captain in my final year and my responsibilities included liaising with the Academic Team about the curriculum and supporting students progressing up the College with their studies. I achieved all A*s at GCSE, and A*A*A*A* in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Latin at A Level respectively. Throughout my career at the College, I was fortunate to gain experience early on in mentoring and working with those struggling with their studies at several local schools across Southwark. On a weekday lunchtime for two years, I would give up an hour to spend time working through areas students found challenging. I recently mentored a disengaged and shy Year 10 pupil; actively listening to his problems and building trust were essential to improving his academic progress, which was humbling. I have always taken a great interest in Biology, Chemistry, Maths & Latin (my A Level subjects) from the beginning. During the months leading up to the Latin GCSE exam, I would compile resources for my class and go through important concepts with both friends and my class. Knowledge has always been something that should be shared to me, and I believe that it is possible for anyone to achieve the top grades if they are motivated, diligent, and guided methodically. Tutoring and helping others maximise their full academic potential has always been something that I have enjoyed. I am extremely passionate in offering support in the respective subject, but also in providing a more holistic approach. I am keen to discuss revision techniques, share experiences and direct students/parents to resources at schools that they may not be aware of. It was only a few months ago that I was at school, and I can appreciate the demands it can place on students. I am also keen to help those applying for medicine or Year 7/9 entry to independent schools – I went through this rigorous process not long ago, and there is a lot I have taken away in the process. I would love to help and guide anyone who is interested. I also help students with medical school applications, and offers have been secured at universities such as UCL and Edinburgh. Ever since I started my GCSEs, I knew I would love to tutor students once I finish my A Levels and graduate from Dulwich College. I currently tutor five students across London and the Home Counties – two in GCSE and three in KS3. I have just finished tutoring two students right the way through from the Year 10 summer to their last GCSE exam. *I am currently recruiting students for 2022-23*. Thank you for reading, and I would be delighted to help your son/daughter. Tutoring Approach: I am extremely organised, and tailor lessons according to the relevant specifications. With the increase in online students due to the pandemic, I am very confident in using video conference to tutor and Microsoft applications to create resources. My teaching style is based around first gaining an overview and understanding of the topic, and then moving to exam questions to identify any misunderstandings or gaps in knowledge. As a medic, I try to incorporate real-life examples when teaching topics to make lessons more engaging and interesting. Active recall and spaced repetition form an essential element of my teaching. The use of examiner’s reports and mark schemes are also vital in this process. As a student, I would always endeavour to be ‘one-step ahead’ and I have been keen to pass this onto my students – be it noticing common patterns in exam questions, specific terminology that exam boards like or observing common pitfalls. Experience Tutoring Experience: Over 140 hours tutored (since June 2021) I have been involved in several tutoring programmes at Dulwich College, which included tutoring a student in Latin GCSE in my final year. I would often run sessions within my class where we would go through material. At UCL, I have completed a module and workshop which explores teaching methods. Academic Experience: A Levels at Dulwich College (2021): 4A*s in Biology, Chemistry, Maths & Latin. A* in EPQ. UCAT & BMAT (2020) GCSEs at Dulwich College (2019): x9 Grade 9s, x1 Grade 8 & A in Additional Maths Common Entrance at Homefield Preparatory School (2016) Comments: ‘I have tremendous admiration for the manner with which Rohan approaches his studies. He is a conscientious and mature student who always produces work to the best of his ability.’ ‘Rohan’s organisation and work ethic shines through. The overall picture is that Rohan is well on course to achieving the top grades at A Level.’ ‘He is eager for challenge and goes beyond the course materials provided to find additional questions to work on.’ ‘He is a conscientious young man who is determined to succeed in all he does. I have been particularly impressed with the extra work he has done of his own volition to consolidate his knowledge of the topics covered to date and also to learn from any slight errors in his answers.’ ‘I have been incredibly impressed by Rohan's motivation this year. Not only has he dealt with the challenge of completing the AS [Latin] course in a small number of periods a week, he has also learnt all the material to an exceptionally high standard.’ ‘It has been a delight working with Rohan this term. He is an extremely hard working and motivated pupil, and our lessons are always very productive. He is focused, industrious and proactive, creating and maintaining a fantastic [Latin] OneNote with all the course resources.’