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Greater London Economics Tutors & Greater London Economics Tuition

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Muhammad

Muhammad

Masters: Masters in Business Administration (2010)
career as teaching assistant during my BSc,tutoring foundation year class with 30 students in it.I have also been affiliated with several renowned tuition centers teaching GCSE and A level and Degree Programs around London. My strength lies in Math, Economics and Business related subjects like Accounting and Business studies. Currently I give individual and group lessons privately and many of my students have seen success which validates the quality of my skills. My tutoring approach...
Anthony
which can be used as an aid in writing the essay up (or fleshing out the plan for it) for our next session. We would then typically spend the first half of that session going through the essay/extended-plan. The second half of the session would then be spent discussing another topic, or another essay question within the same topic (to be written-up or fleshed-out for next time). Sessions tend to be more about discussion and...
Andrew

Andrew

Bachelors: First Class Honours (87% average, highest in LSE) (2016)
an impressive 95% A*-A rate (out of students who've completed the course). This year I will begin teaching undergraduate microeconomics at the London School of Economics - and have previously tutored students in microeconomics and macroeconomics from Cambridge, LSE, UCL, Bristol, Warwick, Essex, Kingston and City. My approach to tutoring is results-driven and grounded in the educational neuroscience behind how students really learn. Lessons are structured as a series of Socratic questions. Students' answers to...
and other related courses. I have tutored since 2007 with exceptional results in A level, IB and Pre-U. The vast majority of my pupils exceed their own expectations. Having identified the areas of difficulty through preliminary discussions with the student or parents I will then tailor the tutorials to meet the specific needs of the student. For example with an A-level student wanting exam success I would focus on exam technique, knowledge confidence and finding...
Matthew

Matthew

Bachelors: Bsc and A2 (2014)
to develop communication skills with a variety of age groups. Whilst this is not as academically relevant as my tutoring record, the ability to motivate, inspire and instruct are all skills deeply relevant to tutoring, where the ability to establish a beneficial dynamic with the student is just as important as intellectual capability. Accepting a stranger into the educational life of your child can be a taxing situation for parents, who naturally want to ensure...
Philippa

Philippa

Masters: Global Development Challenges (Distinction) (2013)
I worked at my local dry ski slope as a ski instructor. This involved teaching anyone over the age of 4, and making lessons fun and relevant for them. I have learned to adapt my teaching style and to think of creative and innovative ways to teach new things. I also work with young people with special needs, which requires a great deal of patience and imagination. I have also spent a great deal of...

Veronica

PGCE: Post graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
clients included students from Eton College, Nottinghill & Ealing High School, The Harrodian School Richmond, Lady Eleanor Holles School, Hampton School, Latymer, Wellington College (Berkshire), St. John's School (Leatherhead), Epsom College, Winchester College, Dulwich College, Charter House, Ibstock Place School, St. Catherine School, St. Benedict's School, Tiffin Boys, Tiffin Girls, Kingston Grammar, Esher College, Richmond Upon Thames College and St George's School Weybridge. I specialise in exam techniques and improving analytical and evaluation skills. My...
Benji

Benji

Masters: Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies (2013)
is always to establish a clear diagnosis of a student's individual needs, and then to create a strategy for success with them so they have a strong sense of ownership of the process. Rigour and hard work are a critical part of the process, but I also firmly believe in bringing a subject to life by teaching it through the world of the tutee so as to ensure its relevance. While firmly committed to achieving...
Sonali

Sonali

Bachelors: BSc Economics (2016)
Ambassador involving working with children aged between 10-12 to help settle them in. Over three years experience of providing one-to-one tuition in various subjects and age range. Tutoring requires for the tutor to have confidence in their tutee as well as understanding that no two flowers blossom in the same way; neither do two children learn in the same way. One-to-one tutoring should be tailored in order to understand the tutees strengths and weaknesses. As...
Hemananda

Hemananda

Masters: Masters in Business Administration (MBA) - General (2013)
module including the Database Management Systems module examinations in Mauritius. (b) I have assisted more than 50 students in their final year IT project (including the analysis/design/development of the system). (c) I am also proud to say that after more than 3 failed attempts in renowned institutions, I have succeeded in getting 8 BCS students to be through the Software Development module examinations in their first 6 months being tutored by me. I have equally...

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