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David

David

Oxford
Maths, Physics
Masters: 2:1 MEng Engineering Science (2013)
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 minute crammer! I can help whether you are...

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....
Alexander

Alexander

Oxford
Bachelors: BMBCh (2018)
subject understanding. The simplest approach is usually the best. The first session will consist of going through the syllabus for the relevant exam board and highlighting areas to target. This will be followed by several practice questions, allowing me to decide, with you, on the teaching style that suits you best. From then on we will systematically address each area of weakness in turn with a focus on maximising exam performance. Ultimately these sessions are...
Tom

Tom

Oxford
Masters: Engineering Science (2:1) (2013)
taught, but has not had the chance to properly understand. 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....
Usman

Usman

Oxford
Masters: Master in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2015)
that not only helps us enjoy our sessions, but also lowers the barriers to learning. It's good to laugh during a lesson! I follow the syllabus closely to ensure every topic is covered fully. As a dyslexic I understand how confusing some teaching styles can be; my methods are always clear and direct, usually from a more intuitive perspective. The notes we make during a lesson are emailed to the student in PDF form to...
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...
Kevin

Kevin

Oxford
Maths, Physics, Chemistry
PGCE: Physics (1992)
new practical work for assessment. Taught top and bottom GCSE science groups with physics as a specialism. Participated in after school clubs including The America Club ( letter writing to pen pals), and The Music Society ( encouraging pupils to play musical instruments ). Physics Teacher: During the Easter holidays I taught revision courses in A level physics and instructed candidates on good revision techniques. During the summer I worked for the administration department as...
Rahil

Rahil

Oxford
Bachelors: Mathematics - 1st (2016)
science and have also had experience teaching 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...

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  • Edmund

    Edmund, Oxford
    Joined: 04/09/2017 | Av. Price: £56.00 p.h.
    Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Special Needs
    PGCE: PGCE (2015)

  • David

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

  • 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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