I'm an extremely enthusiastic Maths teacher. Super patient with low ability students. Two of my students are now studying in Cambridge University. One is studying Pure Maths in Warwick University. I'm very keen and will always try to find the best way for you to understand difficult mathematical concepts. I have a Pure Maths degree from University of Edinburgh and also Masters degree from the University of Manchester. I am currently enrolled as a Lead practitioner in Maths program in my school. I use lots of kinesthetic learning methods in my teaching (particularly with lower ability students).
I have been an official examiner for AQA (IGCSE Maths) for the past two years and Edexcel (A-level Core 3) last year.
Have been teaching in an outstanding Academy school in London for over three years. I have been teaching KS3, KS4 and A-level Maths and A-level Further Maths. Currently I'm enrolled in the lead practitioner program in my school.
I prepare homework each week, usually involving past exam questions, I also mark them and give feedback.
If you are in the so called "low ability" group, I must say that I am extremely patient and enjoy watching you learn step by step. Although I personally believe that there is no such a thing as a "low ability" student in maths. If you're not good in maths, you've definitely had a bad teacher. That's all.
If you are in top set and a maths lover student, then I would even stretch your knowledge more and would be more than happy to give you challenging and beautiful mathematical questions.
|Languages||English (British), Persian|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (evenings)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Manchester||2010||Masters||Pure Maths|
|University of Edinburgh||2009||Bachelors||BSc Pure Mathematics|
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