Information About Amrit Singh - Knightsbridge tutor
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I am currently a student at the University College London (UCL) studying Mechanical Engineering. I come from a family of educators and have been tutoring for over 5 years. On average, year on year, 92-96% of the students I have taught have received A/A* grade in their GCSE and A Level examinations. I teach Physics and Mathematics up to A Level. I teach because I have a track record of getting the best out of students something that gives me a real buzz to do, especially when they receive the best grades. By giving me the responsibility of guiding your child through their chosen subject, I can guarantee proven success in grades and long term understanding, to best equip them for the rigours and demands of higher education.
When taking on-board a new student, I don't just offer my services during the allocated time slot. I am also available for help at anytime during the day or night. The ultimate reason for my true passion in teaching, is due to being able to see my students, who have worked hard, achieve their truly deserved top grades.
I have thorough experience of preparing students for the following exam boards, EDEXCEL, AQA, OCR, IB, WJEC amongst other exam boards . This includes preparing students for the new A Level and GCSE syllabuses.
Since becoming a tutor, I have taught in excess of 150 students. As a result, I have come across a plethora of students with a wide range of abilities. Which reaffirms my belief that teaching Mathematics and Physics is not a one size fits all process. My experience has allowed me to tailor each lesson to the students individual needs and abilities. This helps facilitate their understanding, thus enabling them to flourish in their chosen subject.
On average, 92-96% of the students I have taught have received A/A* grade. The reason for this high success rate is due to my ability to break down everything into its fundamentals. I first start off by diagnosing the problem. I then strip the knowledge back to it's elementary stages and then strengthen the basics. By doing this, I build the foundations of not just understanding the current theory, but also mastering future concepts too.
Learning Mathematics and Physics is most enjoyable and effective when following a structured approach. Therefore, I shall speak to the parent/guardian before our first lesson and discuss the objectives and outcomes from each lesson that they would like to achieve. I shall then create a structured plan of topics, that I would like to get through over a given period of time. This also gives the student a clearer understanding of how to plan out their revision, in order to get the top grades- since I believe learning and revision is a combined process.
When teaching the student, I bring many resources such as; definitions sheets, model answers for demanding questions in past papers, topic notes as well as a question bank dating back to the the older GCSE and A Level specifications amongst other resources.
Teaching has been a long standing passion of mine, as I get a real thrill of seeing my students get the best grades. I believe that this passion can be passed on in the lesson and as a result anyone has the ability to achieve the top grades.
My overall aim from my lessons is to make the students' studying more efficient, more effective, and to give a deeper understanding of the subject by focusing on the fundamentals. Which in turn will not only help them achieve an in-depth understanding of the subject, but will also allow them to grasp more complex concepts in the long run- so allowing them to consistently achieve the top grades.
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References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- University College London (UCL) (2018) - Mechanical Engineering (MEng) (Masters) (✘ Not On File)
- St Paul's (2014) - A Levels (College) (✘ Not On File)
- St Paul's (2012) - GCSE's (School) (✘ Not On File)