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Passionate student who wants students to be the best they can be.
I’m currently studying for my A Levels and want to help GCSE students do the best they can. The new exams are tricky and help from someone who has gone through them is invaluable.View Profile
Experienced and dedicated tutor with high patience in chem and math
I have profound knowledge in chemistry, catalysis and nanomaterials. I am well ware of the subject knowledge as have l taken both 500 and 700 level courses in Inorganic and physical chemistry. I obtained both masters and doctoral level on chemistry and inorganic nanochemistry respectively. I will be assisting the students with thier lesson and homeworks in step by step clarification. l have been providing tutoring for years through online as well as in university class rooms as teaching assistant. Tutoring includes both physical and organic chemistry problems and routine lessons. I would be so excited in providing solutions to students with thier complecated problems. I would like to emphasize that the students entering with complecated unsolvable problem leaves with solution and easy and viable way of approach. Moreover with teaching proficiency in prealgebra and precalculus, l would be comfortable in tutoring high school math, ACT and SAT math. With experience in tutoring Math for years, l would be willing to provide the students with level of high quality profeciency. My qualification in tutoring undergraduate level students on physical chemistry and organic chemistry would hallemgw them to attain the required scores in competitive exams. I have trained many students in the past and this is listed in my profile. Its been abserved that the students with learning attitude never leaves off my classroom for the entire semester or year. I guess those willing to learn from scratches would approach me and learn the bits in the subject.View Profile
I am very passionate about teaching and have been a qualified teacher since 2011
I am a qualified GCSE and A Level teacher in German and Spanish. I have a PGCE and NQT in both languages. I can teach you the languages from scratch and introduce you to the various cultures too. I have extensively traveled through Spanish-speaking countries, so will be able to introduce you to the different accents and expressions in Spanish. I am also a Lecturer in Sociology and have background in other areas, including social anthropology, anthropology, history, cultural studies, Islamic studies, postcolonial studies and subaltern studies. I have taught undergraduate as well as postgraduate students. I am able to proofread essays and help you structure essays/dissertations if you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student.View Profile
Hard-working tutor and undergraduate at University of Vienna
Hard-working tutor and who is ready to teach!
I like to teach primary school kids the most but I do also do higher education, I went to UCAS for a few years and finished the course, I am now a school primary school teacher and a nanny. I am also the parent of two wonderful kids, Chelsie age 4 and Callum age 7View Profile
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.View Profile
My name is Lewis mckim I just want to teach the young people in life to help them get ahead in life to help them succeed and be great in lifeView Profile
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at Imperial College London
Hi I am a fifth year medical student from Imperial College London and I have been a tutor for a number of bespoke tuition agencies. I teach A-Levels/GCSEs in German, Biology and Chemistry and also help with the medical admission process. Furthermore, I have a track record of students that have achieved A* grades. I like to tutor tuition to the needs of the students which results in a high-yield achievement. PS: DBS certified as well as DELF A2 qualification in FrenchView Profile
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.View Profile