I am an author of numerical books and I am a graduate with a masters degree in Aerospace Engineering and I have achieved the highest grades possible in GCSE, A Level and Masters Degree level Mathematics and Physics modules. I am a very patient and understanding tutor who will always motivate students and help build their confidence.
With over 11 years of personal tuition experience I have come across students from a variety of ages and abilities. Many of my students have private tuition with me for a variety of reasons: some have lacked confidence in their own abilities, others need some help through poor classroom teaching at school or some are home schooled. Whatever the reason for requiring tuition my aim is to show my students that they can achieve anything if they put their minds to it. I know my subjects well enough to be able to help any student achieve their full potential. I have written 2 books so far. One is entitled ''GCSE mathematics: How to pass it with high grades'' which has already helped many students since it's release and the other is entitled 'Advanced numerical Reasoning' which is very popular with graduates and jobseekers who need to take maths tests online as part of their application process for a job. Both books have achieved best seller status on various websites including Amazon, WHsmith and Waterstones. Through private tuition I will be able to focus on any weaknesses which are specific to you. So whether it's an entrance exam your child needs to ace or GCSEs, A-levels or a university module exam I can definitely help.
My teaching style is both comprehensive and easy to follow. My desire to teach students how to achieve their potential in these important subjects is the primary aim of my tuitions. I also appreciate that not every student is the same and will adapt my learning style according to individual requirements. In most cases, there are several ways to solve a mathematical problem. I always show all my students every method of solving a mathematical based problem and let them decide which method works best for them (this approach has increased confidence in all my students). I also actively encourage students to try and solve problems on their own in order for me to examine their understanding of the topic. I have found that this approach works well and helps to build confidence.
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|University of Southampton||2009||Masters||Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering|
|Wilsons Grammar School||2005||College||A level Mathematics|
|Stanley Technical High School||2003||School||GCSE Mathematics|
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