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Exeter Physics Tutors & Exeter Physics Tuition

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Matt

Matt

Exeter
Maths, Physics
Doctorate: N/A (2003)
courses taught at the Into Centre, and the undergraduate physics and engineering courses at the university. I am happy tutoring at all levels from KS3 to postgraduate, with a casual and informal approach that puts the student at ease and makes the topic accessible, but with an underlying focus that enables development to full potential. My communication skills are well honed, and I have the ability to communicate across the entire social spectrum at all...
Simon

Simon

Exeter
Maths, Physics
Doctorate: Physics (2005)
starting point to quickly identify areas of strength and weakness, and to make rapid progress with the topics that will improve GCSE performance and maximise the student's grade. I have particular skill with making topics accessible to students, and practical examples to clearly understand the mathematical principles at work. I have a proven track record of helping students reach their potential and achieve grades that seemed out of reach before we started our lessons together....
Thomas

Thomas

Exeter
Bachelors: BA (Hons) Biological Sciences. First Class (2015)
aid learning including: revision material, past papers, model answers, marking schemes. I am also more than happy to set and mark additional work that can be completed between sessions. I can also offer support for applications made to Oxford and Cambridge for Biological Sciences and Natural Sciences (biology route) respectfully. Support includes help with personal statements, mock interviews, and any other support required. This is charged at £25.00 per hour and includes re-drafting of personal...

Venkata

Exeter
Masters: Bioinformatics (2005)
to determine the exact nature and areas of tutees' difficulties and address these directly, thereby enhancing understanding. I encourage students to think for themselves using questioning techniques, rather than just giving them answers. I have been told that this approach make difficult areas seem simple. I also offer pratice using past examination questions to improve their exam technique. In addition, I use my professional medical experience to add context to lessons, which increases motivation and...

Kelvin

Exeter
Physics, Chemistry, Biology
PGCE: Education (1980)
scholl and 10 years at Saint Cuthbert Mayne school in Torquay. I have tutored individuals, as well as small groups of 2 or 3, throughout my career. I have a very good record of examination success whereby students achieve their full potential. Throughout my Scinece teaching I have always tried to make the ideas covered relevant. Also it is important for students to experience plenty of examination style questions and learn by the mistakes made....
Amelia

Amelia

Exeter
College: B AS-level French (2012)
schools. I believe that teaching methods must be tailored to the age of the child. Younger children benefit from fun, engaging exercises that give them a desire to continue to learn. Meanwhile, older children benefit from exercises that consolidate prior knowledge and challenge them further. I believe that everyone has the potential to achieve outstanding grades and my aim would be to help a tutee achieve their full potential while establishing a passion for future...
Oliver

Oliver

Exeter
Maths, Physics
Masters: MEng Civil and Environmental Engineering (2020)
or perhaps create a strategy on how to better approach the exam. Understanding what is actually being asked by the examiner and how the marks are allocated will go a long way to gaining a grade that reflects the students abilities. I offer the first lesson free as this is a time for the student and I (and the parents?) to learn what is required of one another and formulate a plan to meet the...
Samuel Oscar

Samuel Oscar

Exeter
Professional: RYA Dinghy Instructor (2014)
exam papers and all styles of questions. I will happily mark papers outside of tutorials and then go through them with the student, focusing on where they could have improved and how. Regarding content I am more than happy to supply my own crunch notes that I prepared for my own exams as well as helping a student create their own from which to revise key points and facts that will make the difference between...

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