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Wahida A.I am passionate about education and want to help!
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I chose my GCSE options in year 8 and started them in year 9. It was then I felt like I had to decide what career I want to go in. I knew I enjoyed teaching as I've done a lot mentoring; I also knew that Religious Studies was one of my most favourite subjects. Really, I loved (still do) cooking the most so a career in catering was also something I wanted but then I decided that from my experience it's not the most stable career and I am an academic. My parents suggested I go into law so I focussed on that. I got 18 A* - Cs for GCSE. I got a scholarship into Oxford for a pre-degree law course which I did along side my A-levels. For AS I did German, Philosophy and Ethics, History and English language and literature. The latter 2 subjects I did not do enjoy as much so I dropped them in A2 and picked up a full A-level in IT. I got a reduced offer to do law at Oxford but I decided I didn't want to do that anymore nor be in that environment again. I chose to do philosophy and R.S. instead which allowed me to dabble with other topics such as psychology, sociology, and government and politics. I have worked at schools as pupil assistant, mentor and teacher. I am now a manager at a tuition centre. (And I've been tutoring for over 8 years now). Sorry for the essay!

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Nick P.English, Maths, Humanities | IELTS | Education MA | Experienced and friendly
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39hours taught

I have had the good fortune of being a tutor for around 150 hours, with both adult IELTS learners, GCSE, and A level students. I hold an enhanced DBS clearance.

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Nia J.Enthusiastic piano, philosophy and psychology tutor
ยฃ40per hour
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5hours or less

Being a keen music enthusiast and having had the opportunity to learn a variety of instruments, my role as a piano teacher is something I thoroughly enjoy. Having played the piano for 14 years (classically trained with 1 year experience in jazz) and teaching according to the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) for 1 year, I adopt an idiographic teaching method in an attempt to best accommodate all learning styles for all ages. As such, the foundation of lessons can range from traditional to more contemporary and creative formats, all of which are dependent on what`s most efficient, enjoyable and pragmatic for each pupil when learning both the practical and theoretical elements of music. Taking a committed and dedicated approach, my ultimate goal is to ensure each pupil is provided with the necessary tools and knowledge-base to progress with the piano whilst simultaneously taking a growing interest and positive attitude towards learning. I also teach Philosophy and Ethics (WJEC board) as well as Psychology (AQA board), two subjects I feel passionately about and thoroughly enjoyed learning for my A-levels. Like piano, I take a very similar teaching method, adapting lesson formats to best accommodate the needs of each pupil, whilst ensuing each student is provided with the appropriate equipment allowing them to apply their knowledge to a variety of real-world scenarios and current global affairs.

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Tasif Z.Experienced UCAS advisor and A Level tutor
ยฃ25per hour
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5hours or less

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.

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George H.Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!
ยฃ30per hour
11answers
5hours or less

I am a Maths teacher with several years of tutoring experience. I am a PPE graduate from York University and have experience teaching both KS3 and GCSE, having completed the Teach First Programme. I am 24 and have already helped many students achieve their desired grades at GCSE and IGCSE. I have experience teaching the new 1-9 GCSE and have a wealth of physical and online resources at my disposal. I am approachable, relate to students and my aim is to make Maths enjoyable whilst allowing students to achieve what they`re capable of. Testimonial `We`d like to thank you George, our daughter loved working with you and ended up with a B, a big improvement from her predicted D.`

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Nelma A.Enthusiastic and helpful Politics, History, psychology and English Tutor!
ยฃ30per hour
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5hours or less

Experienced, friendly tutor and MA in International Political Economy from King`s College. I have hundreds of hours of tutoring experience from GCSE to Undergraduate level. I am a friendly and relaxed tutor who employs a methodical and tactical approach. I believe that my approach enables me to relate to my students and helps them to exceed their expectations when it comes to exams. During university I was the Head Learning Coordinator for the entry to university programme, Springboard. Here I mentored and guided a cohort of 30 pupils through their GCSE exam preparations. Since graduating in 2014 I have built up thousands of hours of tutoring experience both through face to face and online tuition. 7 plus and 11 plus: I have experience of assisting students with all elements of these admissions tests (English, Maths, Verbal Reasoning and Non Verbal Reasoning). I have successfully assisted students in gaining entrance to the following schools as of 2017: Haberdasher Askeโ€™s St.Michael`s Grammar (Finchley) GCSE and A Level: I have worked with students from many Independent Schools as well as both Selective and Non Selective State Schools. Each of my students has achieved top grades with none gaining lower than a B at A Level and the vast majority outperforming all predictions. I have tutored my subjects for all main exam boards including WJEC and CIE at GCSE and OCR, AQA, WJEC and Edexcel at A Level. UCAS, Interview Prep: I have experience helping students work on their personalised statements as part of the UCAS process as well as successfully preparing them for University Interviews and Oxbridge Entrance Tests. My students have gained admission to the following Universities as of 2014: Oxford St Andrews Durham UCL Kings College London Queen Mary London School of Economics Edinburgh Loughborough Manchester Southampton Nottingham Bath Exeter University Students/Adult Learners: I have assisted students at university with essay refinement and dissertation preparation in a number of fields with recent topics including African Politics, Knowledge-based economies, BRICS and other emerging markets and military interventions. With Adult Learners I am happy to work through any topic area covered by my range of experience, and this can be tailored around the required intensity of academic rigour needed for the students personal interests/study. I am experienced working with students on the Autism spectrum and with students who have dyslexia and dyspraxia. My approach to tutoring is adapted to suit the needs and requirements of the individual. I will set my students homework between sessions, setting manageable homework, with adequate time for completion. I often ensure that I have a thorough undertanding of students work load, and will work with them to ensure that their time is being managed effectively. With younger students it is often the case of focusing in on elements of the entrance exams they are weaker with as many students score inconsistently across the four disciplines. Ideally tutoring should form part of a well-rounded curriculum which incorporates many elements such as sports/recreational activities, museum trips, reading around the subject all of which I will actively encourage during the lessons. I often like to give an indication of how long students would need tuition for. This is to ensure that dependancy on the tutor is discouraged and students are empowered to eventually take charge of their own learning. Tutoring sessions are varied and include learning, note taking, revision, discussion, exam technique and test questions. These are tailored to the individual student. I often get my older students to write responses and then show them ways in which the question could be answered or interpreted differently. This allows for increased dexterity therefore building confidence both for class work and examinations. With younger students lots of practice tests and mock questions form the main basis of enhancing their performance. I always push my students to reach the full height of their potential and it is this continual focus on improving which leads to my students outperforming their expectations and achieving consistently high top results.

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Matthew C.Graduate entry medical student with a 1st class Masters and BSc
ยฃ25per hour
14answers
5hours or less

Six years experience as an A-level Chemistry and Biology tutor. 4th Year Graduate Entry Medical student with an MSc in neuroscience. Previously worked as a pharmaceutical communications consultant, so trained to convey complex topics in manageable ways Also provide GCSE STEM subject tutoring. Experienced agency worker as a medical school entry specialist. Over 50 personal statements edited previously Average student gains 1.5 grades at A-level over 3 months. Happy to discuss plans of action and session arrangements. Love helping people achieve there best! Student testimonials: โ€œMatt is an amazing tutor, he really makes the hardest topics accessible. I really feel like Iโ€™ve got a good chance of getting the grades now.โ€ Sally S. - medical school applicant โ€œAfter our sessions my teachers have noticed a big difference, Iโ€™ve even won certificates for being able to teach the class a new topic!โ€ Monika O. - GCSE stem student

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Callie G.MA Hons (St Andrews) MPhil (Cantab) PhD (Cardiff) AFHEA
ยฃ25per hour
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5hours or less

Iโ€™m an experienced and dedicated tutor, and I teach English and Philosophy from secondary school to degree level. I have an academic background in literary theory and philosophy, and am widely published in academic journals. Iโ€™m also a poet and editor, and Iโ€™m passionate about helping students improve their critical thinking and access to knowledge. I practice a student-centres approach โ€“ my teaching is built around what will help you!

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Teuntje V.Experienced tutor
ยฃ25per hour
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5hours or less

Hi! My name is Teuntje. I am originally from the Netherlands but have been living in London for over a year. I have worked as a tutor for 2 years before joining Scoodle and am known to be a fun, helpful and concise second brain to help you (or your child) understand complicated matters and help you learn how to learn.

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Oscar H.Fun, Passionate and ready to help you achieve your goals!
ยฃ15per hour
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5hours or less

Iโ€™m a fun loving, friendly, sportsman. I love playing rugby & cricket. As a former Head student at my school Iโ€™ve supported many students over my time offering both educational and pastoral support. I am currently studying PPE in Hull and aspire to be a government minister. My methods are adaptable to every student although I firmly believe regular testing can help students perform to there optimum.

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