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Coding teacher, previously Software Engineer at Google and studied CS at UCL
Former teacher (5 years) now working as a Software Engineer and Designer. Previously I worked for Google and Codecademy, a long with a bunch of other startups. My academic background is in Computer Science which I studied at UCL, achieving a First (1:1 / 4.0 GPA). I’ve won multiple awards for Software Engineering, and I have previously taught at coding bootcamps for students of all ages. My teaching style aims at making students independent and comfortable in their area of study. Teaching has been a big part of my life up until now, so even when I’m not teaching, I’m thinking of other ways to help students and teachers do better!
If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life - Someone
BSc Physics, University of Oxford I’ve worked with more than 50 students before, and I’m proud to have 90% A* to B success rate with my students.
Computer science university teaching assistant. Taught 200+ students so far 🎓
I'm a computer science graduate, and a PhD candidate (Artificial intelligence). I'm a teaching assistant at King's College London, and have taught over 200+ students in classrooms and around 20 students privately. I've worked in several companies of all sizes as a software engineer and a UX/UI designer. I can help you with learning how to code, programming practices, and designing software. I can also make sure you have the most important skills you need to get into university to study computer science, maths or science subjects; as well as make sure you have the skills necessary to get work experience in early years so that by the time you graduate you'll be ready to get your dream job.
Enthusiastic University Level Science and Math Tutor with PhD in Physics Degree
Recently graduated from Imperial College London with PhD in Physics degree. With over 500 hours of tutoring and teaching experience, I have taught students from primary school to universities on subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Math, Computer Science, writing skills and so on. Over time I have developed a systematic teaching strategy for students of different levels, and I enjoy sharing my knowledge and understanding of science and math to others so that students can see the beauty of nature and the power of science and technology. Besides teaching, I am also writing exam questions for entry assessments. I am a Sunday school teacher at Elim Chinese Church. So, I am comfortable teaching students of any age. I was born in Mainland China and I have lived in the UK for 10 years, I can speak both English and Mandarin.
Love Maths and enjoy teaching and helping other students
I am a student who was supposed to take my GCSEs this year, however, due to exam cancellations, I am able to tutor students in younger years who are going through the course now. While not having a final GCSE grade (until August), I have many progress tests and predicted grades to show I am on track for a level 9 in both regular maths and further maths, making me more than qualified to tutor in both courses. On top of this, I've participated in maths competitions on behalf of my school as well as the UKMT maths challenge every year, receiving a gold certificate and a pass into the next round (Kangaroo) this year.
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at City, University of London
Hi! I’m a student at City, University of London and I study BSc Computer Science! Need help with any code fixing? Or debugging? Or anything about coding? Feel free to ask!
15+ years in Microsoft Technologies and Post Graduated with Honours
I easily adapt the way my student would like to be taught in. Designing a course is boring. Practicality is more important.
An enthusiast Physics and Maths tutor with 5 years of teaching experience.
I am a Physics PhD graduate from Imperial College with three years of university teaching and 400+ hours private tutoring. I love teaching because I want to flourish the potential of young people, as they would be the leaders of the future. My teaching style is based on following the relevant syllables of the subject and work with the students at their own pace according to their own needs. I try to see things from the viewpoint of the student, so that I can teach in a more effective way. My primary focus is to make sure the students fundamentally understand the topics, rather than just memorising without actually grasping the subject.
Experienced tutor and undergraduate at University of Birmingham
I am a Chemical Engineering Graduate from University of Birmingham. Chemical Engineering is a mathematically rigorous subject covering all of the pure mathematics modules of the A Level syllabus i.e. C1, C2, C3, C4, FP1, FP2, and FP3. I am happy to teach chemistry and maths from GCSE all the way through to the end of the A-Level syllabus. I currently work as a software Engineer at JP Morgan, Software engineering requires mathematical Excellence and hence I possess all the necessary skills to tutor mathematics along side physics, chemistry, biology. My teaching method is to assess the students strengths and weaknesses in the chosen subject area, whether it be mathematics or chemistry, and use practice questions to focus on these areas for teaching. When revising and preparing for A - level exams the best method to ensure the highest marks is to do as many practice questions as possible and to do them under timed conditions wherever possible. To that end, my lessons aim towards having an element of timed exam questions from the exam board that the student is learning as soon as is possible. I am also happy to assist with any homework questions the student may be struggling with.