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me to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and helping me to structure a learning programme that will complement that. I intend for my students to gain a solid foundation and an interest in their subject, and to develop their own revision skills so that they can improve their capacity for independent learning in the future - it isn't just about passing exams, it's about nurturing an interest the subject. I believe that the best way...
1: Discuss two papers in full with relevant theory exam tips, short methods (2 – C1 papers) Option 2: Discuss two papers in full with relevant theory exam tips, short methods (2 – C2 papers) Option 3: Discuss two papers in full with relevant theory exam tips, short methods (1- C1 paper and 1- C2 paper) A Level Options (1 student - £150, 2 students - £200, 2+ students – please ask) Option 1: Discuss...


Doctorate: Combustion Engineering (1989)
- All 'A' Level Core Maths Modules, Further Maths Modules, Statistics (S1 & S2) Modules and all Mechanics modules. - All 'A' Level Physics Units. - GCSE & IGCSE Maths and Physics. - Engineering Degree Level topics including Engineering Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Control Systems, Fluid Mechanics and Structures. I always aim to tailor tutoring to match individual needs. My targets are only met if my learners' targets are met. I also offer free off-session telephone and...
the baccalaureate system. Throughout my time working with children I have been aware of the need for students to have a confidence with what they are studying, I believe that for a student to fully master the subject they are learning, it is very helpful for them to acquire this confidence. I have endeavoured to inspire this confidence in students as a prerequisite to approaching learning. This process is important, from this position the student...


Doctorate: Mechanical Engineering: Embedded Tribology (2020)
Professor (2012 to date) & Lecturer (2009 to 2012)) from well known Public sector university (UET Lahore Pakistan). Additionally, I have been tutoring one-to-one and small groups since 2005. I believe all students are talented, if they need to use their brains and activities more effectively and efficiently. I have approach of teaching the student in ascertaining them with full guidance to hunt for solution themselves. This approach is the best working approach for learners...
during my time as an engineer. I hope these messages from some of my former students give you a flavour of my approach to tutoring: "Thank you so much for the tutoring you've given me this year, you're such a great teacher and have the patience of a saint." "It has been an honour and a pleasure to receive your unique tutelage during this course. As your class rep and your student, I can't express...


Masters: Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours) (2017)
style is and what their targets and ambitions are for the upcoming exams. They can then ask all those silly little questions they are too scared to ask in class, that are actually the most important ones to understanding a topic, and I can tailor my explanations to best fit them! One of the best ways to quickly identify any problem areas is by working through as many sample questions and past paper question as...


Masters: MSc Engineering (2010)
the moment. I worked as a temporary lecturer for 6 months in University of Peradenay, Sri Lanka. I have been tutoring Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry to many GCE O/L and A/L s students (one to one) in the past and most of them got great results (mostly A+ or A s). I strongly believe that the approach needs to be unique to that particular student. That way the teaching technique, excersises and examples will be...
I have two favourite techniques for this. 1) Asking "why is this the answer?" The classroom does not usually provide sufficient time for this. But in a private tutorial, we can get into the true concepts behind the material - usually making the material a lot less 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...
NWFP University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan Assistant Professor (Currently on Study Leave) Teaching under graduate classes, Supervising Lab Work, Exams and quizzes. May 2012- Aug 2012 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Georgia, USA Working on a Hybrid Hydraulic Bus Project. Programming a Single Board RIO micro controller using LabView FPGA Programming. Designing the Wiring Diagram and Implementing the system on board. Vast experience in Private tutoring at Pakistan, USA and Sheffield I like...

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