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David

David

Oxford
Maths, Physics
Masters: 2:1 MEng Engineering Science (2013)
notes we make during a lesson are emailed to the student in PDF form to use a revision notes in the future - my students have always found this particularly helpful! I am happy to offer short-term, high-intensity tutoring for last minute exam revision if required. I have taken a number of students through 2-3 weeks of daily two hour tutorials before exams and am well practised in highly efficient learning styles for the last...

Jan

Oxford
Masters: Merit MA (Mediaeval Studies) (2007)
supervising students. I have worked with children and teenagers in voluntary roles in school, church and community groups. I also have some experience working with children and adults with special needs, particularly in 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....
Matthew

Matthew

Oxford
Masters: MEng with Distinction (a first in all areas) (2015)
is nothing more than a way to express ideas precisely and concisely, and is something that should be accessible and enjoyable to everyone. I was fortunate enough to have a maths teacher who was able to show me the beauty of the subject. My approach to tutoring was shaped by him, as a result, I aim to keep lessons as informal as possible, thereby focussing on the needs of each tutee whilst uncovering weaknesses in...
Sean

Sean

Oxford
Masters: Aeronautical Engineering (2017)
like to re-introduce this. At the end of the day, you will gain a greater understanding of a topic if you can relate it to an application in the world around you, and beyond exams, this is what you're going to need to do at work; take some 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,...
Peiyu

Peiyu

Oxford
Maths, Physics, Chemistry
Masters: Master of Natural Sciences and Bachelor of Arts (2014)
new concepts, working through examples and past papers. I was also a member of the Study Aid Society at Cambridge, where we shared academic information and learning experiences with each other and students in junior years on a regular basis. During my A-Level years, I also had two years' experience of tutoring junior students. I am good at helping tutees solve problems, e.g. worked examples, past paper questions, and I am happy to adjust as...
Rahul

Rahul

Oxford
Bachelors: BSc (First Class Honours) (2013)
any areas of particular weakness I'd address this. Often the student makes dramatic progress if just a small issue of understanding is resolved. After taking care of any major problems I have two approaches to my teaching: firstly understanding the material, and secondly preparing for exams - I believe both are essential to do well in a subject. There are many students who are excellent in their understanding but unfortunately their exam technique lets them...
Rahil

Rahil

Oxford
Bachelors: Mathematics - 1st (2016)
AS level physics and chemistry. In addition to this I've also tutored english, geography, french and business studies on occasion. As well as private tutoring I have worked in schools teaching groups of students maths and science. I also have worked as a piano teacher teaching students up to grade 8 level. I believe that every student has their own way of learning and I will try to adapt my methods of teaching to each...
Allison

Allison

Oxford
Masters: Biochemisty (2018)
with progressing slowly to new and more complex areas as their understanding grows. I tend to use past exam paper questions on a particular topic to check understanding as we're going through the topic.I try to use real life examples as often as possible to help contextualize and to help students be able to visualize more abstract concepts. I usually focus on exam-style or past paper questions in order to check, practice and perfect the...
Chris

Chris

Oxford
Masters: MSc Construction Management (1998)
Common Entrance Exam,GCSE and A Levels. I have recently helped a student without A Level Maths prepare for entry into in to maths-based MSc course. As I am often dealing with school students preparing for exams, I ensure that I am working to support what they are learning at school As a practising engineer I have developed the ability to explain unfamiliar concepts in terms that students can understand. I like to provide real life...
Edmund

Edmund

Oxford
PGCE: PGCE (2015)
- Full professional indemnity and liability insurance Of course content and knowledge is paramount but my approach is one of motivation and support. I will look to incorporate the student's interests and use them in analogies when explaining difficult and challenging concepts. My tutoring follows a 'growth mindset' approach, one in which any student, given the right tools and skills, can achieve. I will not tutor a student to give them the answers (even if...

Lowest Price Oxford Physics Tutors

  • Peter

    Peter, Oxford
    Joined: 05/09/2015 | Av. Price: £17.50 p.h.
    Maths, Physics
    Masters: First MSci Physics (2015)

  • Thomas

    Thomas, Oxford
    Joined: 15/05/2018 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Physics, Chemistry, Computer Studies / I.T.
    Doctorate: To Be Completed (Materials) (2018)

  • Arman

    Arman, Oxford
    Joined: 18/08/2016 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics, Chemistry
    College: A-levels(sciences) (2016)

Fastest Responding Oxford Physics Tutors

  • David

    David, Oxford
    Joined: 27/09/2013 | Av. Price: £50.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics
    Masters: 2:1 MEng Engineering Science (2013)

  • Samuel

    Samuel, Oxford
    Joined: 13/11/2017 | Av. Price: £28.75 p.h.
    Maths, Physics, Chemistry
    Masters: MEng in Engineering Science (Hons) (2016)

  • Jan, Oxford
    Joined: 14/11/2014 | Av. Price: £34.17 p.h.
    Maths, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History
    Masters: Merit MA (Mediaeval Studies) (2007)

Highest Rated Oxford Physics Tutors

Newest Oxford Physics Tutors

  • Wesley

    Wesley, Oxford
    Joined: 04/08/2018 | Av. Price: £30.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics
    Masters: Philosophy of Physics (2018)

  • Thomas

    Thomas, Oxford
    Joined: 15/05/2018 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Physics, Chemistry, Computer Studies / I.T.
    Doctorate: To Be Completed (Materials) (2018)

  • Ho

    Ho, Oxford
    Joined: 04/05/2018 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics
    Masters: Physics and Philosophy (2018)

Featured Oxford Physics Tutors

  • Mehak

    Mehak, Oxford
    Joined: 15/06/2014 | Av. Price: £47.14 p.h.
    Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Urdu
    Doctorate: DPhil in Pathology (2017)

  • Tom

    Tom, Oxford
    Joined: 14/03/2018 | Av. Price: £40.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics, Computer Studies / I.T.
    School: A2 - Physics (A*) (2012)

  • Peiyu

    Peiyu, Oxford
    Joined: 06/10/2014 | Av. Price: £40.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics, Chemistry
    Masters: Master of Natural Sciences and Bachelor of Arts (2014)

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