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Tasif Zaman

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Experienced UCAS advisor and A Level tutor

A dedicated, experienced and creative tutor. I'm currently an HR prifessional with a background in mainstream education and social enterprises. I completed a BSc in Politics and Philosophy at the London School of Economics. Tutoring Experience: I've been tutoring GCSE and A levels in Maths and Government and Politics respectively since 2008 one to one. Having worked as a Graduate Achievement Coach at Bethnal Green Academy for two years, I helped students prepare for GCSE maths examinations,Sixth Form students apply to university and coach young people to make informed decisions about their future. In 2014/15 I also tutored two International Relations undergraduate students from Queen Mary University (University of London) My previous tutee from First Tutors took AS Religious Studies as an additional subject outside of her school curriculum. She achieved an A grade having only studied with me for 2 hours a week over 4-5 months. My students have consistently performed in their examinations and benefited overall academically from my interaction with them. Tutoring Approach: I'm also experienced in helping my students develop key study skills and unlock their potential by focusing on also developing their motivation and key skills such as time management and effective planning. I believe that the best way to develop a student's academic skills is to empower them rather then make them dependent on tuition, thus I strive to help them help themselves, by teaching them key skills that will be useful throughout their academic career as well as providing support in the desired subject area.

Β£1Per hour
275Tutor score
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Saima B

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Masters medic @QueenMaryMedical school! Love teaching the sciences and medicine

Professional and very easy going! I am currently a Masters student at Queen Mary Barts Medical school. I completed my undergraduate studies at St Georges Medical hospital, where I worked all over London, developing a passion to learn about oncology( the study of cancer).I love studying but I also love to teach you retain 95% of the information! I have successfully mentored many students to their dream schools, with most of my students achieving grades 8 and 9 as I selectively choose tailored revision techniques method that are personalised. I have always had a passion for medicine and sciences from an early age ,and I have a keen interest in human anatomy. I spend most of my academic day dissecting cadavers and thus am very passionate about human biology. I am now a competent practitioner who works in the hospital, currently doing my masters to add to my knowledge about mental health. I also am an avid historian and spent my gap year exploring many historical sites. I have a passion to write and thus, English language and literature became a hobby for me and due to this passion for writing I did a 5th A-level in college in creative writing! In my spare time,I like to hike and camp and in Wales as I love spending time outdoors! I am a sporty young girl who actively takes part in basketball and like to stay fit by going gym twice a week. I love to help people and thus why I decided to tutor, everything I do is with 100 percent passion and take very seriously. Please email me and I can contact you to see if I can help you achieve academically.

Β£35Per hour
210Tutor score
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Susan Tailby

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Happy Humanities Tutor helping learners to achieve their potential

I enjoy helping others to achieve their potential and become successful independent learners. From 2005 until 2017 I worked in a variety of e-learning trainer roles in Further Education colleges. This involved supporting students from 14 through to 60+ in their research at A-level, Undergraduate and Masters level covering topics such as successfully using online journals, specialist databases and improving their study skills. The support took the form of one to ones, small groups and large group/class sessions. At one college, a high proportion of degree level students had varying degrees of Dyslexia - it was great to be a part of the college-wide team instilling increased confidence in learners. Now, I've retrained as a teacher. During my PGCE placements, I worked in ESOL, Adult Literacy, GCSE, GCSE resit and A-level classes. Since January 2020, I've been self-employed, supporting two clients with English as a second or other language. In my spare time, I proof read a Dyslexic friend's University essays, working through strategies to help him with spelling, phonics, punctuation and grammar. I've further proof read another friend's Masters and now PhD coursework. I very much enjoying helping others and seeing them achieve their full potential. In my spare, spare time I've been a volunteer for a year in CLEAR Project ESOL classes as a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) and been a weekly volunteer in English Conversation groups at the University of Southampton, (since 2015) and Burgess Road Library (since 2017). At this difficult time, although my experience is with 14+ learners, I'm happy to help primary learners too. I enjoy History as a hobby as well as studying it and look forward in going back into teaching it.

Β£20Per hour
210Tutor score
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Luke Norcross

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A newly qualified history teacher. Experience with pupil's 11-18.

I am a historian and a history teacher. I graduated with a 2:1 BA degree in history from Edge Hill University, in 2018, and subsequently qualified as a teacher in 2020. I attained both my PGCE and my status as a qualified teacher from the University of Cumbria. I have an experience with teaching a wide range of academic abilities and ages and seek to match a pupil's learning to their specific academic needs. My approach is to develop a set routine for pupil's. Pupil's enter the classroom with prior expectations from previous sessions. The lesson will always begin with a task which draws upon knowledge from prior learning. This task allows pupil's to settle in to the rythym of the lesson, while showing me that a pupil has retained a degree of knowledge. Normally, this will transition into a starter task which is linked to the title and objectives of the lesson. This forces pupil's to make a connection with the lesson objectives going forward. The middle section of the lesson aims to tackle the heart of the lesson objectives and pupil's will often work independently or in small groups to achieve this. While monitoring behaviour during this task, I will also monitor the progress of each pupil. Having pupil's complete their work independently allows me to assess how much of their learning is derived from me and how much is driven by themselves. Towards the end of the lesson I will expect that most of the class will have a firm understanding of the lesson content. For those who haven't quite grasped the content, efforts are made to ensure that they are focused more upon in the next lesson. Lessons generally consist of verbal discussion, source analysis, knowledge building exercises and essay style short answers (depending on the group's academic ability). A plenary is used at the end of a lesson in order to sew together the contents of the lesson, along with a pupil's understanding of the lesson objectives. In addition, it provides me with a clear image of whether the class has met the specified objectives set out at the start of the lesson

Β£17Per hour
220Tutor score
80Students helped
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