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Passionate with Islamic Education
For anyone interested in studying The Necessities of the Religion Covering various topics, Aqida, Fiqh etcView Profile
I am a fully qualified doctor,ready to help you with medicine, biology and English as well. I can teach Islamic studies as well as urdu.Available 24/7View Profile
Graduate from SOAS University of London. Passionate tutor and Arabic teacher.
Passionate and dedicated teacher in Arabic, English, History, Qur'an, and Islamic studiesView Profile
‘Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.’
I have a very unique way of teaching and that is ‘the training of the mind to think’. As I specialise in English Literature and language, ‘training the mind to think’ is crucial and allows students to think outside the box, exploring avenues that may have never been explored before. This is seen in my success rates of tutoring throughout the years, in subjects such as English literature and language, Chemistry and Biology. I have improved GCSE students grades by 2-3 grades every year round. Being the first cohort doing the new 9-1 GCSE examinations, I achieved a grade 9 for both English literature and language. This means that I have a first hand experience on what the exams are like, what examiners are looking for, how to handle workload and memorise poems and quotes from books, and how to achieve great results. In order to develop English skills, I frequently encourage asking questions, with this, lessons do not become a one way street and the student is encouraged to probe away in order to reach a conclusion for themselves. I try to teach a student the qualities of, and then to prioritise deduction and reasoning, something I have found is becoming ever more important in current exams. I strive to build confidence in students by securing knowledge and understanding and then frequently applying this to new scenarios, including independent work designed for strong consolidation. This of course includes inspiring an interest in the subject at hand, attempting to help the student recognise how truly fun learning such useful subjects can be, especially in noticing how they relate to daily life.View Profile
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
I have been tutoring since I left secondary school all the way through to university whilst being a medical student. With experience in teaching at Aspiring Minds tutoring centre and for DeenTutors as well as privately for the past 6 years. My teaching style revolves around problem based learning, focussing on practice questions as a means of building understanding of core concepts.View Profile
Academic coaching and tutoring for namely those that get distracted.
I’m particularly keen in helping students with attentional difficulties, task management issues, restlessness, and other related issues. I want to hammer the notion home, especially to young people, that learning is the most pleasurable thing in the world so long as you properly negotiate your approach to it with your difficulties. I have attention deficit disorder (ADD) myself, and after feeling shattered by not meeting the standards I knew I could achieve (for example, a characteristic ADD symptom is hyper-focus on what you’re interested in: I got 98% in English Literature - something I love - at A-level, but two B’s in philosophy and politics), I sought to do something about it and developed an approach which has worked really nicely (for example, now being able to read three books a week). I am currently doing a BA in Arabic at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), and attended King Alfred School in Hampstead where I achieved 6A*s and 3As at GCSE level and A*BB at A level.View Profile
Experienced tutor and undergraduate at University of Roehampton
I focus well on what my student finds hard and what they find easy and in what way they learn better, we all know being a student can get boring but i will need to learn my student well and know what makes them love learning more! patience is the key to teaching, it will never go on if you can’t handle what a student finds difficult! I study Psychology myself and always love learning what somones behaviour is telling me.View Profile
Passionate tutor and who is ready to teach!
Hi. I am Taaha Hasnain. I am studying Economics and Finance at University of Leeds. I am very passionate about Mathematics, Economics and Accounting, and very interested in tutoring other students these subjects. I have done O levels and A levels and secured the following grades A levels - Mathematics A*, Accounting A*, Economics A, Business A O levels - Mathematics A*, Physics A*, Chemistry A*, Biology A*, Second Language Urdu A*, Pakistan Studies A*, English A, Islamiyat A.View Profile
Graduate from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and dedicated tutor