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College: Grade A in A-level Chemistry (89% in A2) (2012)
I believe exam technique is key to succeeding at KS3, GCSE and A-Level. With more than 6 years of tutoring experience (and having fairly recently studied the subjects for myself) I have a firm grasp of what is in the syllabus of every subject I teach and what the examiners are looking for in answers. I have found that revolving tutoring around exam papers leads to excellent results through combining a good understanding of the...


PGCE: Secondary Mathematics (1992)
us his concern that there were elements of the modules which he was struggling to fully understand. We booked tuition with Diane and are glad we did. Diane was able to resolve the issues he had and he came away from the session full of confidence to tackle and solve problems he had previously found difficult. Diane is very professional and clearly has the knowledge to tutor to a very high level. We have no...
Maxine Fay
enjoy their subjects so they can achieve their ambitions. My students have had a very high success rate and most have achieved an A or A* at A-level. I can help with Entrance Examinations for the 11+ and Personal Statements for university UCAS applications, GMAT examinations for medical school as well as university interviews in all subject areas. I have helped many budding and now qualified doctors, surgeons, vets, lawyers, physiotherapists and other professionals into...
then I'll find another way to explain. That's my job. I am very patient! Lessons can include a number of objectives: 1) keeping up to date with school work to make sure the student doesn't fall behind 2) working through the curriculum, making sure we cover everything, 3) working through past exam papers and specimen papers so that the exam are a formality. I teach face to face in Bristol and, increasingly, online for those...
undergraduate degree and before starting university I taught myself Chemistry and Biology A-levels during a gap year which I think gives me a fairly unique insight into the material. I have a methodical approach to teaching, I like to lay out all the information into manageable sections and then build them together into a coherent story. I feel this gives a good appreciation of the material as a whole but makes it more accessible in...


School: A in Chemistry A level (2013)
capabilities, and hope to do that for other students. I am a kind, friendly girl, who will endeavour to create a fun learning environment, in which students will enjoy learning and not be scared to ask me questions, as I honestly believe, 'no question is a silly question'. Furthermore, I will try to make difficult concepts, easier through the medium preferred by the student. Therefore, with my support and their hard work, I hope to...
they need it. People have to be excited about something to properly engage with it. When I teach, I try to find the angle which will provoke an interest in a subject. This means each lesson would be personally tailored to the student in question in order to keep up their motivation for learning. Teaching itself would be structured around debate and questioning that will bring the student into the lesson to participate directly in...
that they can do it. I had the privilege of teaching a boy with great mathematical awareness in areas such as angles and shapes who could not understand equations and algebra. The frustration he felt when doing topics he struggled with really hindered his progress and disengaged him with the subject, helping him to recognise his own strengths allowed him to see that he was a good student and, with perseverance, he could improve his...
in the more relaxed environment of your own house, where I can create an enjoyable but challenging lesson that is tailored to your own learning style and focus my teaching on areas that meets your requests. I realise different examination boards have different syllabuses and I will take the time to understand the specification you are studying. From an exam point of view, I think it is vital to practice past exam questions, which I...


PGCE: Science Education (1998)
(Biol, Chem, Phys) (GCSE), Chemistry (A level) and Maths (GCSE) (1998-2017). Home tutor plus part-time teacher for the last 10 years Lived and worked in Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries (1992-93) I have worked at the following schools in the Bristol/Bath area Brislington (f/t), Somervale (Midsomer Norton)(f/t), Broadlands (Keynsham)(p/t), Kings Oak Academy (Kingswood)(p/t) and Hayesfield (Bath)(p/t) the Bath Academy and Hayesfield. I am patient and will match the level of work covered to the individual...

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