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Hey! I will help you learn all that you want to learn, I’m patient, caring
Hi I’m Andrew. I’m happily married with 2 gorgeous kids and I’m ready to help not only my kids at my school but all of you too!
I’m passionate about teaching + giving support to those who may need extra help.
I’m an undergrad student at the university of oxford studying PPL. I tutor a couple of students in GCSE level english and am hoping to expand. I enjoy sports, music and travelling.
Experienced Tutor and Postgraduate Law Student at City, University of London
I am a home and online tutor based in Ilford for KS2, KS3 & GCSE - Maths, English and Science, and A-Level tuition for Maths, English Literature, Law, Psychology and Sociology. Graduate Teaching Assistant at City University. 7 years experience. DBS checked. Currently studying postgraduate law GDL at City University. Strong academic background: 8 As at GCSE, ABBC at A-Level, First Class undergraduate degree - BSc Criminology and Sociology with Quantitative Methods. I provide tuition tailored to the individual child's need on what skills and topics they require to improve. My approach is very focused on building your child's confidence in their academic abilities, and whilst teaching content and exam technique, also equipping your child with study skills that will assist them long into the future. Subjects Taught: - Maths - English - Science - Biology, Chemistry, Physics - Law - Sociology - Psychology - Political Science Tuition Rates: Primary up to GCSE - £11-£15p/h A-Level - £20p/h University level - £25p/h Experience: Core Subjects - Maths, English & Science: I have been tutoring for approximately 7 years now. I have tutored a wide variety of ages and children, particularly I have experience with KS2 SATs preparation for Year 5 & 6 children, and GCSE teaching and technique for Year 9-11, as well as teaching foundation knowledge and consolidating school topics covered in Year 7 and 8. As I have studied English Literature, Maths and Further Maths at A-Level, I am well-placed to teach maths and english sessions. I also have experience teaching GCSE Science sessions and achieved A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Physics at GCSE level myself. Law, Sociology, Psychology, Politics: Having successfully achieved a Distinction in my Undergraduate degree, I secured a Graduate Teaching Assistant role with my University, teaching on a Statistics based Sociology module. Hence, I am well placed to help social science, politics, and psychology students with report writing, essay writing, and research methods at A-Level and University level. I am currently undertaking my postgraduate law conversion course (GDL). Having achieved a Distinction (75%) in formative Land Law coursework, I am able to provide support to Law students at university or A-Level. My approach for law is to take you through core principles and cases, whilst really enabling you to summarise key information and synthesise academic arguments in order to effectively answer problem questions and essays. Online Experience: Due to the current coronavirus situation, all of my tuition lessons have moved online. I have experience tutoring online with Peer Tutor and am familiar with e.g. Liveboard, Skype and have good organisation and plans in place to deliver lessons effectively online. This includes preparation of sessions in advance, emailing resources, and using online platforms like Liveboard e.g. to provide a whiteboard space which both me (the tutor) and your child can see and follow.
I’m passionate about teaching Maths and Science! Message me for help!
My name is Adam Cass, I’m 24, have a Master’s Degree in Physics from the University of Sussex and have been tutoring on and off for 5 years and teaching full time for 1 year now. I think a huge part of a student doing well in their education is enjoying what they learn. In all my lessons at school I try and bring passion and enthusiasm to everything I teach because of my love for mathematics and the sciences as well as the motivation to help people succeed. I am available to help students prepare for their exams whilst the schools are shut. Based in London. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Thank you.
Biology Lecturer | QMUL graduate
As a Biology Lecturer teaching at Level 3, and with previous tutoring experience, I believe I am the ideal candidate in this role as a private tutor. My current role as a Lecturer has developed my skillset considerably, prompting me to find new ways of explaining concepts so they would be understood by students of a wide range of abilities. Additionally, having served as a private tutor and as a mentor for first year university students, I learned how students can benefit from individual support away from the classroom environment. Furthermore, having worked in a primary school, a care home, a GP surgery, in retail, and shadowed consultants in a hospital, I have gained experience in a range of settings, thus diversifying my experience. In addition to my work experience, I believe I have the academic credentials to be a successful tutor. My degree study in biomedical sciences has endowed me with intimate knowledge in my subject area, which has culminated in a research project in my final year which has pushed me right to the forefront of the field. As a student having gone through the stages of the education ‘ladder’, I have gained first-hand knowledge of what kind of approach to take with different types of test at different levels, including admissions tests such as the BMAT, UKCAT, and 11+ examinations. I have also understood the need for education to be tailored for the needs of each student to help maximise their potential. Having gone through all the levels of academic education up to degree level has given me a strong academic base and in-depth subject knowledge that will help me to deliver the highest quality of education. Overall, my academic success has been reflected in my university, A Level, and GCSE grades, as well as those achieved grades in the admissions tests.
During the day I make & test drugs in the lab, during my evenings Iike to teach.
I am currently in the final year of my PhD at UCL. My research is very multi-disciplinary, allowing me to work in the fields of organic chemistry, cell biology and chemical biology. I am very passionate about learning and teaching science. Throughout my undergraduate and postgraduate studies I have been involved in mentoring and educating students at school and university level and have been a part of various outreach projects aimed at teaching and promoting education. I like to take the time to get to know my students so that I can tailor each lesson to the student and help them achieve their very best. I believe that with the right mentor, learning can be an incredibly rewarding and fun process and hope that I can help!
‘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.
I’m a science PhD student at Cambridge committed to helping your academic goals
Hi I'm Tessa! I'm currently studying for my PhD at Cambridge in an interdisciplinary biosciences programme. I previously completed my undergrad at UCL in Natural Sciences, specialising in Physics and Molecular and Cell Biology for which I got a First. I know firsthand how difficult science subjects can be to master, but I am really passionate about teaching these subjects and sharing my interest. I hope to help you achieve your goals and enjoy learning as much as possible along the way. Having been through the applications process a few times myself, I am also keen to share how to successfully write a personal statement and prepare for interviews. I came from an international school with a very low Oxbridge acceptance rate, but there are definitely common factors that you can incorporate into your application to put your best foot forward at such competitive universities. I also studied Higher Level English Literature in the IB programme in school, and continue studying literature as a hobby to this day. I taught students aged 4-16 English as a second language at a private tutoring centre in Hong Kong. This allowed me to gain a lot of experience with a wide range of ages and has taught me how to change my methods and explanations to best suit the student in any situation. I have been a tutor in the UK for over three years, and have experience in both online tutoring and in person.
Struggling with maths or science? I can help!
Hello! I'm a friendly, approachable 1st class pharmacy graduate from UCL and currently work as a medical writer in the pharmaceutical industry, whilst tutoring in my spare time. I've achieved A*-A grades at GCSE and AS/A levels in Maths, biology chemistry, and physics. I'd love to share my knowledge and passion for these subjects and tutoring is an ideal way for me to pursue this. I have taught Maths and English to students aged 5-14 years and have tutored GCSE Maths and Science to students in after school clubs as well as privately. In addition to this, I have also assisted students with the science and maths components of entrance exam preparation. Whilst I was at university, I took part in the Teach First leadership development programme, which involved lectures on the current education system and various teaching techniques. I also worked as a teaching assistant during this programme, where I successfully planned and taught a science lesson to year 5 class.
Maths/Science tutor with FREE TRIAL
Hello I am an experienced tutor currently studying Chemistry, Biology and Maths A levels in a reputable college. I am working part time in a well known tutoring centre providing face to face maths lessons to students of primary and secondary schools. I have an extensive experience of working with children and I am also DBS checked. I can engage positively with my students and being a student myself, help me to understand the need to tailor lessons for those who lacks motivation or require additional guidance. I am currently only providing online lessons and therefore offering a free trial sessions during which it can be decided whether it would work for the students. Please contact me via email/text/call to arrange a free trial. Thanks