I'm Head of Physics in a college with over 25 years experience of teaching. I teach A level Physics and Electronics as well as IB Physics. I also teach GCSE.
As a current teacher I have access to many resources as well as the latest information, etc. from the exam boards.
If you are going to invest in a tutor, why not hire a professional?
Taking bookings now for September.
Over 25 years teaching Physics at all levels up to International Baccalaureate. I am also very familiar with the UCAS process and can help with personal statements and entrance exams, etc.
All lessons are individually tailored to your needs. I tend to use 'socratic dialogue', it seems, now that I've Googled it! Basically, rather than just telling you things, I ask the right questions to get you to think; to build on what you already know. I use plenty of problem solving to reinforce your understanding. This way you get to learn, rather than just watch and listen to a tutor doing the work for you.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (evenings)|
|References Available||On File|
|Sussex University||1988||PGCE||Secondary Science|
|Sussex University||1987||Bachelors||Electrical Engineering|
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