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Kashif AliOnline lessons
Harleen HothiOnline lessons
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Exeter
I am an articulate, hardworking and motivated individual. I am also calm, organised and love learning new skills. I welcome feedback as I believe it facilitates my self-awareness and growth. I love Mathematics, History and English Literature and have a clear passion for teaching these subjects, however I can also offer tuition in Science. I am a sensible, dependable and flexible teacher who can tutor gifted and at-risk of failing students. You can rely on me to support students to achieve their best and master their subject.
Miriam CotterOnline lessons
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at University of Brighton
Mainly GCSE science and some maths, with a view to include A level biology and chemistry in the near future. My teaching style varies between students and what they may need, whether it's going over the entire subject from scratch or just answering questions when they get stuck on a topic.
Abhimanyu GowdaOnline lessons
University of Cambridge offer holder (Natural Sciences) tutoring in the sciences
In 2018 I achieved 11 grade 9s at GCSE, placing me 6th in the UK. I have experience tutoring in the sciences + maths, but I also have particular expertise in exam strategy/preparation and Oxbridge admissions. One of my students achieved 10 grade 9s at GCSE last year.
Maiya RahmanOnline lessons
Graduate from King's College London and accomplished tutor
Anuradha SulaneOnline lessons
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at University of Hertfordshire
Former visiting lecturer at University of Hertfordshire in computer science department. Certificate AF HEA in teaching . Experienced with learning difficulties and disabled students.
Katherine Morelli-BattersOnline lessons
Passionate tutor. Currently working in Medical Physics. BSc Physics graduate.
I have experience tutoring for A Levels and GCSE. I have a BSc Physics (Hons) from University of Birmingham and now work in Medical Physics. My A Level results were: Maths A* Physics A Chemistry A Further Maths A I also received an A in AS Level French and have since received a C1 certificate in French from Institut Européen de Français in 2015.
Steve Lawrence NayveOnline lessons
Accomplished tutor and who is ready to teach!
Kristian HallOnline lessons
A passionate and friendly tutor!
I love learning and teaching. I have a wide variety of knowledge on subjects and willing to help in all school modules.
Heather BirdOnline lessons
Skilled maths and primary school teacher
Hello, I am currently a student at the University of Gloucestershire studying Primary Education (Maths Specialism) and will be qualified next year. I completed my A-Levels in 2018 with straight As in Maths, Psychology and Biology and completed my GCSEs in 2016 with 3 A*s (including Maths) and 9 As. I have been tutoring for over three years now and all my students have passed their GCSE maths exam. I once improved a student's grade from a 1 to a 4 in one year. I aim to make all lessons fun and engaging as I believe students will learn more if they're motivated and enjoying themselves. I create my own worksheets so I am confident that all my resources are high-quality and contain all the possible questions that could be asked in the exam. My worksheets ask more questions on areas that students frequently get stuck at and it breaks harder topics into smaller, more manageable steps for the students to reduce their cognitive load so they may find learning easier and they can remember the learning long-term. Depending on the progress/current attainment of the student, I sometimes create a personalised long term lesson plan alongside the student so they understand where they should be in their studies and keeps them motivated to learn and not fall behind my expectations of them. This gets altered after past paper practice and any feedback from tests from the class teacher. Each week I assign a past paper (or several questions from a past paper) so students gain the ability to understand what the question is asking and this allows them to practice several areas so they are not forgotten. This also enables me to see their progress and adapt future lessons accordingly. I mark these papers (however I do offer the chance for student to mark these to offer them insight into what examiners looks for) and go through them in detail with the student in the next lesson to further their learning. Additionally, it enables the student and myself to track their progress. Please note I only have online availability currently. Look forward to hearing from you soon, Heather