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Matthew Osborne-JamesOnline lessons
Tutor of humanities
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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.
Gina GhumanOnline lessons
Passionate about Education. 4+ yrs experience in English and 11+. Law graduate.
I am an enthusiastic and dedicated individual who loves to share my knowledge and expertise with others. I offer personalised tuition, support and guidance to my students, both in specific subjects or with general study/academic advice. I worked at AE Tuition Centre for 3 years tutoring students in their 11+. Since graduation, i work as a private one-to-one tutor specialising in English Literature, English Language and History (GCSE and A Level) and the 11+.
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
Lauren McGovernOnline lessons
Educated educator making learning easy, specialist in law, psychology & English.
Having degrees in both law and psychology, I have covered a wide breadth of learning in my studies; from the neuroscience to medieval history. My vast general knowledge adds a sprinkle on top of my ability to educate fellow learners. At university level, my skills are finessed in the subjects mentioned within my profile. Below university level, I’m skilled in allowing others to quickly familiarise the unfamiliar no matter the subject. I am a dab hand at writing applications, too, for university, colleague, jobs and the like.
Waad AttafiOnline lessons
Experienced tutor and postgraduate medical student at King's College London
I have an degree in Biomedical Sciences from Queen Mary University of London and I am currently pursuing a degree in Medicine MBBS from King’s College London. I have 6 years tutoring experience privately, in centres, in schools, academies and sixth forms and have extensive knowledge in study techniques and how to achieve the highest grade possible. I am passionate about teaching, especially science and maths!
Razan MaOnline lessons
I am a very flexible teacher who likes to adapt my teaching ways according to the student needs and ability
Rebecca CordinaOnline lessons
I am a Biology student at the University of Greenwich and work often with disabled students, being one myself. I have a passion for science, language and history. I enjoy sharing knowledge, with an emphasis on the student’s individual learning style.
Bethany LoveOnline lessons
Make learning fun and unique!
I have taught for 3 years now, my skills are not limited I can teach a wide variety and adapt each lesson around your learning style!
Cathy TseOnline lessons
Online tutor for sciences & languages with a priority for personalised teaching.
I am an incoming final year cellular and molecular medicine student at the University of Bristol. I am eager to help with a variety of exam qualifications such as A-levels, IB, and IGCSEs. My top priority is personalised teaching and to stimulate critical thinking in my tutees.