Min

Min

Welling Tutor

Prepare for your GCSE exam early to stand a better chance of succeeding. I have a first class BA degree in Accounting. I am also a qualified chartered management accountant (ACMA) and have over a decade of post qualification experience. I achieved 5th place in the world for my Financial Accounting exam. I want to use my love of numbers to help others achieve great results. I am also a native Mandarin speaker. I am uniquely placed to tutor maths, English, accounting and Mandarin.

I am passionate about numbers and this has drawn me to my profession. By forming good relations with my students and explaining the required concepts clearly, I manage to keep them interested in the subject and increase their confidence. Having achieved top grades myself, I am able to guide my students to achieve exam success. My priority about tutoring is tailoring each of my lessons according to individual students, which is the key aspect of one-to-one tutoring.

In my free time, I like food, yoga and opera. My favorite cuisine is Japanese and my favorite opera is Tosca.

Tutoring Experience

I have been tutoring since 2011, teaching math, English, Accounting and Mandarin. My patience and calm demeanor helped my students to overcome anxiety and lack of confidence to achieve their best potential.
I have a lot of experience teaching math up to GCSE Higher level. I've not only taught students to understand the subject matters but also valuable exam techniques to tackle the difficult exam questions.

Tutoring Approach

  • Making the subject interesting and building confidence in math
  • Sensitive and understanding each student's specific needs
  • Figuring out what the child is interested in and then tailoring the lesson accordingly
  • Exam planning using timelines

Below are a few tips for those students who struggle with maths, find it frustrating, or freeze doing tests.

  • Make sure you use a rough column (on the right hand side) or rough paper to write out what you are thinking, even if it simple multiplication. The more you free your mind up from irrelevant information, the more "space" there is for your mind to solve the actual problem. Think of a shopping list, it is tempting to remember it all, but once you've put it on paper you can focus on other things
  • The use of white space on paper is worthy of a chapter in itself. But in summary : Use lots of paper and space to write. When your writing gets squashed into a corner or at the side of the page, it clutters the mind as well. So use plenty of space when writing.
  • Stuck at a problem for ages? Leave it, and come back to on a fresh piece of paper later. Your subconscious is very powerful and may have solved (or part solved) the problem while you were having your break
LanguagesEnglish (British), Chinese
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (evenings)
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Qualifications

Chartered Institute of Management Accountant2011ProfessionalChartered Institute of Management Accountant
University of Technology, Sydney2001BachelorsAccounting

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MathsOne-to-oneOnline
Primary£50£47.50
Secondary£40£38
GCSE£40£38
A-Level£40£38
Casual Learner£40£38
EnglishOne-to-oneOnline
Primary£50£47.50
Secondary£40£38
MandarinOne-to-oneOnline
Primary£50£47.50
Secondary£40£38
GCSE£40£38
A-Level£40£38
University£40£38
Casual Learner£40£38