I am an MSc Nuclear Engineering graduate from Imperial College London. I currently work in nuclear fusion research at UKAEA as a graduate engineer. As an engineer I come across a large number of practical problems so over the years I have developed good problem solving skills. I would like to pass these skills and inspire the next generation of physicists and engineers.
My first time tutoring was working as a lab assistant at the faculty of physics at Vilnius University, Lithuania. During this role I helped other students to go through practical technical assignments. Later, during my studies I quite often helped my fellow classmates.
My approach to tutoring Physics is teaching the student essential tools. Which will help go through problems, course material and assignments easier and with much more confidence.
I believe, providing motivation and support is essential, therefore I focus largely on these points.
I believe 1-1 lectures works the best. The lecture material strongly depends on the student needs and capabilities.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|Vilnius University||2014||Bachelors||Nuclear Energy Physics|
|Imperial College London||2016||Masters||Nuclear Engineering|