I am a university graduate of Philosophy from Kings college London where I graduated. I am a writer by occupation and have been writing extensively for over 5 years. I participate in rigorous research in order for my written work to be extensive and have depth. I have worked in many other normal jobs like data processing, therefore my analytical skills are very high. I have other qualifications before philosophy, in Law and Psychology and can expand my teaching in many areas
Teaching experience I have revolve around helping students mostly graduates in their written essay work. I know a lot of students through previous participation in being a graduate and help as much as I can by going through their work with them.
My approach to tutoring revolves around tutoring by Email for the first 2-3 months (Face to Face tutition can be arranged if suited). I will email you and you will email me back with a response. The emails will be about topical subjects and weekly news issues that arise in general. Areas to be covered will be areas of politics, sport, world events, television. The emails will be to determine word usage, sentence structure and Phraseology. You will be required to write review's on articles in these areas. The cholce of articles will be solely yours. Therefore you will receive one email a week, in response to your review, with 2-3 follow ups a week to go over your emails. The follow up emails are free of charge. It is important that you will be encouraged that the emails you send must have a title rather than you press the reply button. Advising and consultation face to face, as regards your review's can also be arranged to enhance your tuition. After the first months have been covered we will then proceed to face to face tution most suitably. Acquiring good english skills and comprehension are the most important factor.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|Kingsway princeton college||1989||College||Accounts, law o level|
|Kingsway princeton college||1989||College||Law, Psychology A level|
|Kings college london||1992||Bachelors||Philosophy|
|Unpublished feedback (Usually negative)||1|
|English (Foreign Language)|