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I love teaching Maths and Science and you’ll learn to love it as much as I do!
I have worked as an independent tutor for over 5 years and I am currently studying Biochemistry at the University of Warwick. For 7 months during my gap year, I worked as an SEN Learning Support Assistant in a comprehensive school in order to gain some wider knowledge and experience in the education system as I would like to eventually become a teacher of Science once I leave university. With this experience, I am also suited to work with children facing a wide range of barriers to learning and ensuring that they reach their full potential.
A supportive and engaging tutor with an aim for success
Hi! My name is Sohini, a friendly and helpful tutor currently studying Maths at the LSE because of how much I love the subject and teaching it, so I would say that I major in Maths. Nevertheless, I have always enjoyed learning and teaching languages to others, in particular Spanish, French and Bengali. To quickly describe myself, I am 21-years old and have worked as a tutor for approximately 5 years now. From my experiences, I have picked up new and creative ways to make education as enjoyable and enlightening as possible. For a short time, I did also work as a fundraiser for multiple charities which enhanced my optimism and made me more confident with my abilities. In short, I don't give up. I consistently try to improve the development of my students so that they are satisfied with their quality of education and level of confidence. I have experience working at homes, schools and tutoring centres, and I have mostly worked with those aged between 5 and 17, both while employed and while volunteering. However, I have never limited myself to a particular age when it comes to taking students - learning is for all ages! Finally, I am flexible, both in time and lesson rate, and quick to respond to messages for lessons so feel free to message me, even if you don't see the time slot you want. Last updated: 24/07/18
Keep calm and get a good tutor. How bout Me? ;)
Hi !! 😁😁 Call me Jo! I am currently an engineering undergraduate at Imperial College London and am passionate to share my love for STEM. Having achieved 4A* and 1A at A level last year, I know exactly what is needed to succeed in the exams. Coming from a franco-Chinese family I also benefit from being trilingual. This took hard work but more importantly ‘smart’ work too and I constantly review my learning methods to ensure they are as efficient in the language learning process as possible. I am currently using it to learn German... so you could join me on the language learning journey! Or go for the more traditional and serious subjects such as math and the sciences. I have had a good deal of teaching experience both online and offline and am keen to engage on Scoodle too! So if you think you’d be interested, don’t hesitate to message me and we can figure it out from there 👌
A language enthusiast who likes to make learning fun and productive!
Hey there! My name is Joshua and I'm a final year student at the University of Southampton. I study Modern Languages, them being French, German and Chinese. I've always had a passion for languages and I aspire to do something with them and use them in a job. I hope to to do a European Masters in Translation and Interpretation to continue to improve my proficiency in the languages I speak. I love learning languages because you are not only learning a language; you are also introduced into a new and exciting culture, where you can discover about the food, history, music, traditions, etc. of a country. The cultural competency you gain is great and is very valued with employers, since it shows you can be flexible and have great communication skills. I would love to help you with your language learning and show how fun and rewarding language learning can be! Whilst grammar can be tedious sometimes, I like to make it more enjoyable, since you learn things much better when you like what you are doing. For languages, there are many ways in which you can improve, and I would make sure that all the main skills are covered in order to improve - these being listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. These skills would not be improved just through the use of a textbook - videos, role plays, listening exercises, flashcards, quizzes, etc. would all be used to bring variety to the learning. Every lesson will be different, since I feel that in order to learn efficiently, variety is needed to keep the student interested. At the beginning of each lesson, clear and achievable learning goals will be set out, so they know what to reach for and what to expect in each lesson. At any point during the lesson, the student may ask me questions about the learning content or if they're confused about their learning goals, so that we can both progress together efficiently and productively. I will also gain an understanding from the pupil about what their preferred learning methods are, so that I can tailor to their individual needs - are they more of a visual learner, for example. Learning will be achieved through a range of ways such as vocabulary and grammar exercises with flashcards and quizzes for reading and writing skills, role-play and dialogue exercises to improve speaking skills, past papers for exam preparation, etc. Other activities may be listening to foreign music and playing language games - all to facilitate and encourage learning. Allof these activities will be centred around the work of the student, i.e. around the A-level syllabus, GCSE practice papers, etc. The progress will be measured through all these activities, where I will keep note of test scores and change the difficulty and content of the lesson, based on the progress they are making and learning goals.
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at University of Nottingham
Linguist - advanced French - advanced Latin - beginner Ancient Greek and Mandarin Keen environmentalist - Champion causes such as: Amazon Alliance, Green Alliance. Keen sportsman - Rugby - Swimming - Squash - Football -
Skilled tutor and undergraduate studying Engineering at Cambridge University
I tutored maths throughout sixth form school years 7-11. I like trying to offer my students a new insight into a problem and won't move on untill I feel that they have understood the problem to an A* standard.
I'm a hardworking and dedicated tutor who takes pleasure in helping others reach their full potential
Weekend and evening tutor
I have been tutoring for the past four years while away at university. I aim to provide lessons that meet the students unique needs and educational abilities.
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
I thrive in communicating with students, able to build connections and share knowledge easily. I pride myself in being able to connect with younger students and have the ability to get along with anyone. This makes it easier for your son/daughter to learn.
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
I know the commitment it takes to be successful at school across a broad range of subjects and I can share that approach & help students achieve their goals. I left school with 10 A* in GCSE & 44 points in the IB & graduated from LSE in Law. At that point I decided to work in the film industry, becoming an internationally successful lighting cameraman over the last 6 years. I love sharing my experiences and skills, so I have taught many younger professionals in my profession, and now enjoy teaching the subjects I loved at school too.