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Passionate about teaching study skills and learning across all subjects!
I’ve had just over two years experience tutoring. I am currently an A* a-level student in subjects biology, chemistry, Spanish and philosophy/religious studies. I achieved all grade 9s in these subjects at GCSE as well as physics, geography, maths and both English literature and language. I have a great passion for both teaching and learning, and have found that it can be a rewarding process for everyone involved. I am a firm believer that 99% of achieving high grades is perfecting study skills which is exactly why this is the unique approach I choose to take with my tutoring lessons. Please do not hes i state to contact me with price negotiations, I am very flexible :) Gmail: chanelasumda
UCL 5th Year Medical Student.
I have been tutoring for the past six years. My tutees have been from a diverse range of ages and years. My methodology is focused on enhancing understanding and tackling vital questions that will determine the tutees outcomes in their exams. I focus mainly on relevant information that students NEED to know, and that is why I have been excelling in my tutoring career, as students are not bored by my lessons. I am currently a fundraising and volunteers coordinator for the NGO Human Relief Foundation. I organise events that raise money for refugees and people in need around the world.
"Fail to prepare, prepare to fail"
Studied at Ampleforth College, boarding school in North Yorkshire. I spent my 5 years there as a Maths Tutor to my peers and those younger than me, and then proceed to take the role of Deputy head of house in my final year. This experience has made me adept at interacting with and communicating clearly to those whom I teach. I have experience with AQA, Edexcel, iGCSE and OCR examination boards. I am currently coming to the end of a gap year, 5 months of which I spent travelling the U.S west to east coast. In a couple weeks I shall commence at Kings College London to study philosophy. Having only 7 hours of contact time, I want to simultaneously better the learning of children and give the same educational aide I was so lucky to have; whilst keeping myself fed. I know exactly what it takes to get a head start in the subjects I tutor. GCSE results: -4 a*s -7 a's A-Level results: -Economics-A -Government and Politics-A -Math-A
Aspiring Physics connoisseur
I have been tutoring for over 5 years both privately and at a tuition centre working with students between the ages of 5 and 19. As part of my degree I worked at a secondary school helping the Science and Maths departments, providing students with one to one support and running GCSE revision classes.
Experienced Science and Psychology Tutor
I have taught a wide range of local and international clients at KS3, KS4, KS5 and Undergraduate level, successfully preparing students for entrance exams and raising attainment by several grades in every case. Recent success stories include 3 clients in the 2018 GCSEs who scored triple A*/level 9s in sciences.
UCL Graduate - BEng Engineering (Mechanical)| 2+ Years Teaching Experience
Hi! My name is Suhayl and I am a graduate mechanical engineering student from UCL. If you're looking for a tutor with experience and a knack on exam techniques, I can help you out! I've taught GCSE Physics at my local tuition centre and I have also taught A-level Physics for three years before privately. I will modify my teaching style towards the OCR A or AQA exam boards for A-level physics.
Passionate tutor and postgraduate at University College London (UCL)
I am Riccardo and I come from Rome, Italy. I have high experience in mathematics, science, physics, italian language and culture. I am a PhD researcher with both UK and international experience abroad.
King's College London Graduate, Qualified Secondary Science Teacher
Secondary science teacher by day, private tutor by night! 4 years classroom teaching experience: GCSE (physics, chemistry, biology) and A level (chemistry, biology). 2 years experience as a private tutor.
Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University College London (UCL)
I am an enthusiastic UCL Physics student with years of experience in teaching and tutoring eager to help you out! Check out my GCSE Maths series as I am currently not available for tutoring. If you'd like to schedule a Maths lesson, message me and I'll direct to you to my recommended tutors.
Physics Student at UCL | Past Teaching Experience | Online Tutoring Available
Hello! I’m a first year physics student at UCL. I am really passionate about helping students with getting into their first choice universities and so I’m offering tuition in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I believe in teaching as a discussion between between peers, rather than me just talking at a student. I find that many difficulties are down to over complicated explanations or a few simple misconceptions, so when I teach I ensure I gain an accurate understanding of students’ past teachings, concerns and questions. Don’t hesitate to contact me if your son/daughter might be interested in my tutoring services.
I’m passionate about teaching Physics, Maths and Programming.
I’m currently a second year PhD student at Imperial College doing physics. I’m passionate about Maths, physics and coding (especially in Python) and love sharing my experiences and enthusiasm with those I teach. “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” has always been the major motivation that drives me to teach and makes me enjoy teaching. When I teach, my strategy involves ensuring students understand basic concepts and techniques, how to link them together to solve more complex problems and helping students build up their abstract thinking progressively. In the past, I had taught A-level physics to Year 12 students at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form as a part-time tutor. My teaching experience also includes undergraduate teaching at Imperial College and I’ve taught undergraduate-level courses such as Year 2 Electromagnetism (for chemists), Year 3 Computational Physics and supervised Year 1 summer projects. Prices are negotiable.
Accomplished tutor and undergraduate at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
A levels: Maths(A*), Further Maths(A*), Economics(A), Physics(AS level) Hi! I have given maths and physics lessons to GCSE and A level students before and proud to say that they have achieved A-A* grades. I teach based on examples and exam questions. Students can reach me off-lesson for any of their questions. You can also contact me for help with study planning and university applications including personal statements.
Dedicated tutor and who is ready to teach!
My name is Tilly, I have done lots of tutoring, mainly at GCSE level, but am very happy to help students of all ages with any school support and things they are struggling with. I tutor up to GCSE level (Maths, English, Science, RS, Geography, French, Spanish) and up to A level for French and Spanish. I speak English, French and Spanish fluently, as well as a bit of Italian and German. I am currently living in London, and am happy to travel to suit my students’ needs. I am working as a teaching assistant at Francis Holland School, so am used to working with and teaching children. I have always had very good reviews for my tutoring, and appreciate any feedback. I aim for a very open and relaxed approach to my tutoring so as to make my tutees feel comfortable about asking me any questions. I have had coronavirus, so no need to worry about that!
Excellent Civil Engineering student offering A level Maths & Sciences support
I am a civil engineering student and I studied Maths, Physics and Chemistry as my A level subjects, from which I got outstanding results, A*AA. This led me to studying civil engineering at a Russell Group Uni - Warwick University! I am also working at the same time at a big Engineering company as an Assistant Civil Engineer. My excellent academic career has nurtured in me a natural talent for teaching. My experiences have taught me how to tackle one problem at a time, and I believe that using this approach—paired with my unconventional examples that force students to think outside the box—I can truly provide an excellent understanding and explanation. One of the main reasons you are seeing this ad is that I really enjoy teaching Maths, numbers and everything that has to do with it, because every day, every step is Maths, believe me! Also, I am very dedicated to making others understand it better and change their attitude towards this subject, as I hear many people say they 'hate it'. So, if that is you, you're in the right place! I also love teaching Sciences as they communicate us the way the universe is created and why everything happens! The first time I realised that people understand the way I explain things, was with my friends; sometimes they would understand me better than the teacher and I have volunteered at school and other organizations to teach other students. Most of the students I have taught were university students who struggled with the Engineering Mathematics modules, Structural Mechanics etc. I have taught A level/BTEC/KS3/KS4 students too!
Imperial chemistry student who is passionate and diligent
I am born in Japan and spent 4 years of high school in Hong Kong. I found tutoring very rewarding especially in that I can see students gaining good understanding and confidence in their studies. As a chemistry student in Imperial College London, I have a good understanding of what and how to teach in order to prepare students for post secondary degrees. I have an experience in teaching English, science, history, geography, and mathematics to a grade 9 student. I am welcome to teach any students for GCSE level maths, physics, and chemistry and A level chemistry or below. My teaching style is that I engage students by asking questions and making sure that the student has a good understanding of the content. I can also relate the course materials with real life applications, for example, through the use of my experience as a chemistry student in Imperial.