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Computer science university teaching assistant. Taught 200+ students so far 🎓
I'm a computer science graduate, and a PhD candidate (Artificial intelligence). I was teaching assistant at King's College London, and have taught over 200+ students in classrooms and around 20 students privately. I've worked in several companies of all sizes as a software engineer, UX/UI designer and technical product manager. I can help you with learning how to code, programming practices, and designing software. I can also make sure you have the most important skills you need to get into university to study computer science, maths or science subjects; as well as make sure you have the skills necessary to get work experience in early years so that by the time you graduate you'll be ready to get your dream job.
A tutor above the rest
My greatest passion in life is learning and my second greatest passion is teaching which also involves learning. A little bit about me. I was raised in Turkey, France, Pakistan and the UK. I've experienced great success throughout my life due to the amazingly approachable, friendly and unforgettable teachers that I've studied with and from. This, in fact, is the foundation of my commitment to helping my students. I've been tutoring and teaching for 6 years in small and large groups, 1 to 1 lessons to classrooms, from secondary to university students. Feel free to ask me about anything.
Experienced tutor and Cambridge Maths graduate
I've been passionate about maths since I was at school. I currently tutor a number of students from various local schools regularly, mostly for Maths and Further Maths A Level, as well as for Physics A Level and Maths GCSE. I have an honours degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge (Trinity College). I completed my Maths GCSE and Maths and Further Maths A-levels early, achieving top grades in all of them, as well as in Maths STEP II & III papers (for Cambridge entrance). I also work as a software engineer, and in my spare time I volunteer in code clubs, teaching children to code.
Computer Science Master Teacher for GCSE & A Level. Ask me a question!
As a fully qualified teacher and highly rated tutor with over 400 hours of tutoring and a decade of experience teaching ages 11 to 18, I am able to provide you with assistance in the new syllabuses in Computer Science from GCSE up to A Level, BTEC and Cam Tech IT / Computing, and Maths year 6 up to GCSE. I am a Computing At School Master Teacher which means that I also teach other teachers how to teach Computing and Computer Science so you can rest assured that my knowledge of the subject is excellent and always up to date. Having helped students each year complete their UCAS applications through both state & independent sectors, I have a wealth of experience of the process including writing a personal statement that will help you stand out from the crowd. My students have progressed to Oxbridge and their university retention rate is good as part of our tutoring experience is fostering a habit of independent learning.
Very passionate about all things data science.
I work for an investment bank in a data science based role. I have an MPhil in Machine Learning at The University of Warwick. My job involves using python and R to apply data science techniques to financial problems. I am happy to help with all things data science related. This includes teaching to programme in python.
Friendly teacher who makes maths and physics easier!
19 year old QUB Physics with Astrophysics student. On average for year, sitting on a First. A* in GCSE maths and physics with A in A level Maths and B in Physics (A* in theory but was sick for practicals.) 2018/19 President of QUB physics and maths society! Very good at explaining complex maths and physics and will be a great asset for exam time!
I work really hard to get students as excited about maths and sciences as I am!
I'm currently doing a PhD in Computing at Imperial, and have been tutoring in my spare time for 6 years. I have a lot of experience preparing students for their science GCSEs and maths A-levels, in all the exam boards. All together I have over 500 hours private tutoring experience.
Award winning Maths & Computing Tutor | KS3, GCSE, A-Level
Hi, I'm Ross! I have been tutoring for over 5 years and I’m passionate about helping students reach their full potential, whilst also enjoying the learning experience. I offer Maths and Computing lessons between KS3 and A-Level and I’m currently focussing on online tuition. -----Experience----- • I have tutored more than 20 students for a total of over 400 hours • Worked with students aged 11-18 of a wide range of abilities • Master’s degree in Computing from Imperial College London • DBS certified -----Teaching Style----- • Every student is different and so are my lessons. They are specifically tailored for each student’s requirements. • Students are assigned homework each week to consolidate the lesson content. This is marked before the next lesson so we can go through feedback at the start of the next lesson. • I teach in a very interactive style which encourages student engagement. I find this is more effective in allowing the student to understand the content, rather than just memorising and regurgitating. • I try to relate the content being taught to interesting real-world examples to make the lessons more relevant and exciting. • I place a large emphasis on learning from past papers since this allows students to learn exactly what is required to maximise their marks in the exam.
PhD student at Oxford University, US-UK Fulbright Scholar
PhD student and former Fulbright Scholar working on Quantum Computing at Oxford. I have a wealth of teaching experience, ranging from volunteering to teach coding to 12 year olds all the way to advanced university level courses on AI, Linear Algebra, and Theoretical Computer Science. I aim to provide a bespoke service to help students with university applications by arranging mock interviews and offering personal statement advice. In addition to this, I can tutor students in Mathematics, Physics, or Computer Science up to A-Level standards.
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at University of Wolverhampton
Senior software engineer and Apprenticeship manager and trainer for PebblePad - the learning journey platform. Graduated with 1st class honours and have nearly 10 years in the software industry. I teach software engineering for a living, helping build pathways for progressing in a particular career and counselling employees to select and achieve goals. I'll happily put in extra time to build interesting ways to present information and make it work for you, while also considering how best to persist that new knowledge so it's not forgotten.
Computer Science and Maths graduate with 3+ years tutoring experience
I've been offering private tutoring for the past few years to kids, students and adults who need a bit of extra help or want to learn something new! I'll work with you towards whatever goal you have - whether that be boosting a GCSE grade, getting advice on a project, improving confidence in times tables or learning a new programming language. I have 5 years of industry experience writing in Python and have taught on recognised courses as well as working with individuals to set a curriculum suitable for them. Please reach out if you have any questions :)
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.
Passionate tutor with a masters degree from University of Leicester
A master’s graduate with First Class Honours in Advanced Mechanical Engineering from University of Leicester. Since, I completed my course in September 2019. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant in the department of engineering. I was trained and certified to teach in higher education from Leicester Learning Institute. I have assisted in demonstrating mechanical oriented first year labs concerning flow measurements in pipes, and electrical oriented labs based on circuit design and analysis using PSpice. Also, assisted in second year labs helping students to learn about material selection in electromechanical devices using CES Edupack software, as well as different engineering materials microstructural properties and processing. Furthermore, I have helped in for fourth year module involving conceptual design process for turbofan engines with improvements in aero engine design configurations. Overall, my aspects of teaching involved concepts related to designing, modelling, real life applications, mathematical calculations, physics and sciences. As a tutor, I would like to give my best abilities to improvise any individuals knowledge and make sure that they succeed in each & every aspects. At the same time, my commitment to teach with supporting and delivering the learning materials with at most reliability will always be my utmost priority. I will give what it takes to make an individual completely transformed into a knowledgeable individual. I believe one becomes intelligent by not just learning the concepts, but making the best use of it by applying in the real world.
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at Goldsmiths, University of London
Studies and exams can be stressful, having just graduated from BSc Computer Science in 2020 - i understand that too. There’s alot of pressure to meet grade boundaries and targets for students - this is where i come in. My job is to use my experience to help you enjoy what you’re learning, whilst you try hard to meet your targets. Knowledge is power and even more so when you like what you learn.
I am a Games Programming final year student, I have just finished my placement year in app development and have taught through the PASS program in the past. I can teach you to program up to the industry standard, starting from the very basics if needed. My teaching method involves approaching each student based on their individual experience and building up that knowledge one step at a time through exercises used to train software engineers in industry. Programming is best learnt by doing it yourself and I hope to give you the guidance to do that. Alternatively, I can offer help and guidance with coursework for school and university.
Software Engineer with 10+ years experience in Financial Services Industry
I am a self-starting, highly motivated Software Engineer with a First class honours degree and experience of using new tools and technologies to drive development within Financial Services industry. My Technical Specialities include: Java, Spring, Docker, Kubernetes, SQL, Git, HTML, RESTFul Web Services. I enjoy teaching others alongside my daily professional job and have done so since a very young age. It is important for me to make my students feel at ease and comfortable whilst learning. I am very flexible regarding the need of my student. Give me shout for any help :)
Passionate software developer
I am an enthusiastic software developer. I mostly like programming as you have the opportunity to get new challenges every day and solve different kinds of problems. The best way of learning a programming language is by practising. That's why my lessons include solving coding problems. I believe that in the future all of us will be required to know at least some basic programming. Thus, I want to share any knowledge as this will benefit both myself and other people realise that programming is not that hard, it's actually fun :)