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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.
"Fail to prepare, prepare to fail"
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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Medical student in London. Over 5 years of tutoring experience. Teaching in accordance to specification with heavy focus on past papers. Understanding of concepts > Memorisation Message me to ask questions!
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!
I’m passionate about educating and helping others to achieve their goals!
I am an international student studying in St. Mary’s University, Twickenham. I’m studying L.L.B. (Hons). I’m currently in second year of my degree. I came here on scholarship as I’ve always been good in academics. I’ve scored A grade in all my modules in my first year. I know the value of education and how necessary it is in shaping one’s future. I’ve always been curious how a legal system of a country works and getting an opportunity to study it in my dream city is something I’m proud of. I want to become a solicitor and work in a Corporate Law Firm. I’m London Ambassador for a law organisation and traveled to NYC, US as University Ambassador. I’ve been on no.1 US Hindi Radio Channel as a guest speaker! My hobbies and creative pursuits include listening to music, playing chess, art and craft, reading books and travelling. I love reading knowledge enhancing and self-helping books. I never neglect an opportunity for my improvement.
Passionate STEM student hoping to share my knowledge and exam tricks with you :)
Im current a year 13 sixth former at a London grammar school. Im doing my A levels in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics (predicted 4A*).In addition to this, I have completed my extended project qualification where I independently carried out a research project and created a 5000-word dissertation. I have also taken part in a range of academic competitions including Biology intermediate Olympiad (silver), chemistry Olympiad (bronze), Cambridge chemistry challenge (bronze) and UKMT senior challenge (bronze). I am also an aspiring medic (UCAT: 2840 B2) and have finished interviews in 3 UK medical schools with a conditional offer from one and I am able to offer guidance on this process as well. If you have questions feel free to message me :)
Enthusiastic science and maths tutor
I am a second-year native Chinese student from Hong Kong, studying Biochemistry at Imperial College London and predicted a first-class degree. Studied in the UK since year 9, achieved 4 A*s at A-level and 12 A*s at GCSEs.
I am a Graduate Medical Student at Kings College London with excellent teaching & mentoring skills
I am a Graduate entry medical student at Kings College London. I have previously studied a MSc in Health and International development from The London School of Economics and a BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science. I have had a 100% success rate in mentoring people into Graduate medicine, and can also mentor and tutor in Maths, English, Biology, Medicine, Psychology, Psychiatry, Global Health, Women's health, public health and International development.