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A graduate student who love to teach and share her knowledge
I have done my Graduation in BBA in Marketing Specialisation, currently pursuing my MBA in same specialisation, I love to teach students and share my knowledge with themView Profile
Resourceful tutor and who is ready to teach!
First year Philosophy, Politics & Economics at Kings College London. Studied medicine for two years at University College, London before switching courses. I can help with a range of subjects, and have prepared many candidates for interview/personal statement for medicine and dentistry, with most getting in.View Profile
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
As a Linguistics student I learn how the brain processes information which helps me understand the best ways to tutor students. With my university I volunteer at under-privileged schools to tutor young children. I am CRB checked and have experience in the tutoring industry. All my tutees have received grades A*- B in their A-Levels as I draw from my undergraduate knowledge to help students gain an in-depth insight into the subject.View Profile
Versatile and Experienced Tutor and Recent University of Cambridge Graduate
Multiple years experience tutoring all ages online, focussing on discussion with the student to encourage genuine understanding as well as helping them find a love for the subjectView Profile
Savvy tutor and who is ready to teach!
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
Hard-working tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
I bring three tenants to my tutoring: proficiency, engagement, and dedication. Firstly, students are confident that I know every bit of the material, which is really important in giving them the confidence to ask questions and understand new ideas. Secondly, I constantly engage with my students. I ask them questions, present ideas in relevant examples, and encourage them to problem-solve in detail. Thirdly, I am committed to seeing tangible improvement from my students. That means I'll spend time and patience in communicating critical concepts, whether that means nailing down ideas within lessons, scouting out useful reading, or running overtime, to make sure my students fully learn. Current PPE undergraduate at the University of Oxford. Can give lessons to anyone from GCSE to first-year undergraduate standard, including A-Level and IB. Enjoy teaching any students willing to learn, really good at helping students to 'come out of their shell', that is those that are a bit shy or inexperienced with problem-solving - getting them to analyse and think critically. Format is similar to a tutorial format that one would experience at university.View Profile
Oxford University psychology and philosophy and top-3 debater
I’m a psychology and philosophy student at Oxford University. I went to high school in the US, so I’m familiar with SAT/AP as well. I was the #3 ranked high school debater in the US for two years in a row. I teach students up to university level in debate, maths, English, psychology, philosophy, and college/career prep.View Profile