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David

David

Masters: 2:1 MEng Engineering Science (2013)
two hour tutorials before exams and am well practised in highly efficient learning styles for the last minute crammer! I can help whether you are struggling with the basic concepts or working hard to make sure you get all the top grades. I am happy to set up a recurring day and time or organise each tutorial on a weekly basis. I have a public calendar online I keep updated with my available times to...
Lydia

Lydia

Doctorate: PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology (2015)
help with university level Biochemsitry. My working hours are between 10 am and 8 pm weekends and after 5pm on week nights. I LOVE science and I want more people to love it too!! Teaching gives me great pleasure, seeing the students engage and progress is what drive me to tutor in my spare time. Working as a scientific researcher, I am able to explain the processes that occur within a laboratory clearly and make...
John

John

PGCE: PGCE (1972)
and physics, mainly at GCSE and A level in further education for forty years, with excellent results. I usually advise that students come along for an hour and see how they relate to me. Tutoring is a two way process and its important that the student can feel confident that they can ask questions and develop their skills in a relaxed manner. I am happy to tutor students either in their own home or at...
Alison

Alison

Doctorate: DPhil in Biochemistry (1993)
to answer questions (written and verbal) providing support where needed. From the very start GCSE and A level students will be exposed to exam questions so they quickly gain confidence. Another key area is helping exam students develop strategies for revision that will make best use of their time and will focus on getting the maximum return for their efforts. Understanding what an examiner is looking for is another important part of this. I am...

Jan

Masters: Merit MA (Mediaeval Studies) (2007)
areas of the autistic spectrum, anxiety issues and dyslexia. I am a friendly, calm and patient person. I listen to both the student and parent (where appropriate) to attempt to locate any problems and to plan an individual approach to the subject. Although each student is unique, there are a number of common issues that affect many students, and I have experience, and resources, dealing with them. I am also able to support students with...
William

William

Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Entrance Exams
PGCE: Physics (2015)
be afraid to approach me regarding your child's needs, and rest assured that they will be met with professionalism. That is not to say that I have not also had the pleasure of teaching many gifted and talented students from all walks of life, both in the classroom and in their homes as a tutor. I have helped aspiring Physicists with their personal statements, coached students for Oxbridge interviews, written their UCAS references, and successfully...
Gavin

Gavin

Maths, Physics, Computer Studies / I.T., Study Skills, Mechanical Engineering
Masters: Advanced Manufacturing (2013)
then keeping it there. There are a variety of tools we can use to help us store and recall information, attach meaning to information, and make associations or links between incoming information and what we already know. We all think and learn slightly differently so figuring out how your brain works is the best way to teach it effectively and efficiently. And I try to keep it fun and interesting, a posititve and engaged brain...
Tom
frustrating. 2) Always drawing a graph or diagram. Equations are hard, since they're just symbols on a page. But a quick sketch can demystify them, revealing a mathematical relationship or an engineering concept. I am flexible around times of tutorials and I'm happy with long-term or just one-off arrangements. I can drive to anywhere around Oxford, and I can also provide a quiet environment for teaching at my own home. I like to honour a...
Rebecca

Rebecca

Doctorate: PhD in Veterinary Immunogenetics (2018)
work and experience in schools I enjoy inspiring students with STEM and believe in making learning fun and exciting for students so that it becomes more memorable. Every student is different with different learning styles and I believe in tailoring their tutoring to how they learn best. My lessons aim to cover every aspect of their syllabus including how to answer exam questions in order to best prepare them for their exams, to build their...
Sean
theory learnt and apply this to a design or problem. Learning is different for every individual, it's important you to find your own best way of learning, and I can help facilitate this, exploring different methods of considering a problem. I do not offer online tutoring as I feel it is much easier to get to grips with a subject when we're both in the same room. This way, I can get a real gauge...

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