I completed my PhD in Mechanical Engineering and currently working as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Brunel University London.
I also completed my bachelor in Aerospace Engineering (BEng) with First-Class Honours Degree from Brunel University London.
I have been a tutor for more than 10 years and I have taught many students face-to-face and online from different age groups and levels including secondary and university students.
I tutored Mathematics in different tuition centers and privately. Maths modules include GCSE (Foundation & Higher) and A-Levels, where I gained a large experience.
A-Levels modules include Pure Mathematics (year 1/AS and 2), Statistics and Mechanics (year 1/AS and 2), Core Pure Mathematics (Further Maths), Calculus and many more.
I also teach International Baccalaureate (IB) at Standard and Higher Level (SL & HL).
I have undertaken Graduate Teacher Assistant roles in Mathematics and Maths-related subjects at Brunel University where I ran seminars for year 1 and 3 engineering students.
I was involved in Maths and numeracy workshops at Brunel Academic Skills (ASK) service where I helped students from different academic years to develop the skills they need to learn independently and thrive academically.
Moreover, I can provide help and guidance in completing university/school assignments and reports.
I also have expertise in several engineering softwares including ANSYS Fluent.
To keep it simple:
I have in-depth knowledge of Mathematics and Science subjects and I possess various techniques to explain and deliver invaluable information to students in a short period of time.
Note 1: The 2/5 feedback was given only because I was not able to provide as many lessons as requested by the tutee.
Note 2: I have always been involved in providing online tuition throughout my teaching career, way before the pandemic, and I have all the necessary tools and online resources to conduct an online lesson as professional as face-to-face.
|Weekends, Weekdays (all times)
|Brunel University London
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