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Bristol Maths Tutors and Bristol Maths Tuition

First Tutors helps you to find Bristol maths teachers in your local area. First Tutors profiles Bristol maths tutors offering popular subjects like English, Maths and Physics, but also less common subjects such as Electronics. Entrance exams, SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels private maths tuition are all catered for throughout Bristol. Please use our service to search for Bristol home maths tutors in your area and select which most fits your requirements.

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Michael

Michael

College: Grade A in A-level Chemistry (89% in A2) (2012)
depth knowledge of every exam board's A-Level and GCSE maths and sciences syllabus as well as good knowledge of what the examiners expect in answers to exam questions. I have taught a wide range of students of a variety of ages and abilities. My approach to tutoring builds confidence into every student by showing them how the topics they learn translate into questions on an exam. For GCSE and A-Level my tutoring revolves around exam...
Huw

Huw

Doctorate: PhD Mathematics (2014)
have been impressed by the results. Tutoring allows the unique opportunity for a student to engage with a particular topic, syllabus or the wider application of a subject in a way best suited to their individual needs. I aim to tailor my tutorials to best take advantage of this, based on what the student is looking to gain from each tutoring session. This could include discussing a method, working through questions together, planning and revising...
Jonny

Jonny

PGCE: PGCE Teacher of Mathematics (2013)
puzzles, games or a creative task. I have also taught English as a Foreign Language full time in Spain for one year, the majority in one-on-one classes with teenagers and adults. I took the Trinity Certified TESOL English teaching qualification in Bloomsbury, London, with much of the course being transferable to Maths tutoring. I believe patient and focused work with clear examples will develop strengths, improve areas of weakness and eradicate simple mistakes. I have...
Robbie
workshops encouraging students to become engineers. This has led to me teaching children a wide range of topics under the STEM umbrella. Furthermore, I spent the summer working in a summer camp in Virginia, USA so I am no stranger to working with children! I am considering following a teaching degree after graduation. My approach is flexible. I personally found the best way to learn was to do a bit of theory followed by loads...
Diane

Diane

PGCE: Secondary Mathematics (1992)
аlsо а Further Mаths A level exаminer fоr OCR. I аm а friendly,energetic student fоcussed tutоr whо cаn quickly аdаpt tо аn individuаl's needs аnd gоаls. This is hоw а recent pаrent described me. We needed to find a maths tutor for our son who is studying GCE A2. He had voiced to us his concern that there were elements of the modules which he was struggling to fully understand. We booked tuition with Diane...
Henry

Henry

Masters: Nuclear Physics (2014)
them through their school exams. I have tutored a wide variety of students from AS level up to undergraduate level physics all with different requirements and abilities. I also coach rowing teams. At first I find out what the tutee and the parent want to achieve from the lessons. I like to teach a little around the subjects so if any "trick" questions arise, the tutee will have the experience and knowledge to tackle the...
Paul

Paul

PGCE: PGCE in Secondary Maths (2003)
as the usual Maths GCSE and A Level, I have taught the GCSE Statistics, the AQA Level 2 certificate in Further Maths and also some Further Maths modules at A level. I am happy to work with students on a 1-1 basis or alternatively I can work with 2 or 3 students at a time, so long as they are of a similar ability. I am always happy to come and meet the student and...
David

David

Masters: First, MSci, Chemistry (2015)
of concepts can allow students to extrapolate and infer more complex concepts with sufficient guidance. Outside lessons, I will write out problems for the tutee to work on in between or during lessons. My plan for these is to test many instances of the concepts I will teach to instil confidence in the tutee, and to later see if they can extrapolate information from the concept and speculate upon more difficult problems, which will help...
Bob
and learning methods, especially those commonly referred to under the umbrella of 'accelerated learning'. I've tried and tested many ways to help students become confident, independent learners, able to plan their time, learning quickly without forgetting, while not getting stressed. My attitude is that if a student doesn't understand something, 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...
Robert

Robert

Masters: Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics (1990)
GCSE, A level and Degree level students. Working mainly with pen and paper, I encourage the student to work through examples, of which I have a large stock. When a difficulty is encountered, I carefully assess the depth of help that is needed. Sometimes only a hint is needed for the student to get back on track. On other occasions, a deeper examination of the theory and teaching is called for. We will progress through...

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