My name is Meggie White (Meg) - a 21 year-old student currently studying Psychology at the University of Nottingham.
I find that being dyslexic myself - studying for a lot of students can be really difficult and challenging to engage in. However, I've found that if you make studying more interactive and "fun" if you will, studying doesn't seem so bad.
The skills I used and developed to achieve my A-Level results I believe are an excellent way for remembering information, and hope to help future students succeed.
I believe myself to be a bubbly person, with a lot of patience and a general passion for helping people achieve where they want to go. Having had tutors myself, I understand that a lot of faith is put on them, thus would be extremely reliable.
In terms of teaching experience - I have had relatively little experience, however I believe that I am able to communicate well with other people, and will help you (or your child) succeed in your/their studies.
I have worked with people in a number of different environments from Nursery/ Pre-schools to a camp for the disabled for three months. During my time working with young children, I have helped them grasp the basic understanding of addition and subtraction, as well as helping them read and write. Additionally I have been tutoring for almost a year now and have 4 tutees that I am getting on very well with (please see feedback).
My approach to tutoring is very flexible and will work around the needs of my client.
For example if it is grasping difficult concepts that they find hard - then I would go through step by step the process in which they are struggling with, while at the same time thinking of ways in which it is easier for them, to learn, using prompts memory cards etc.
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|The Grammar School at Leeds||2016||College||Psychology - A*|
|The Grammar School at Leeds||2016||College||Philosophy & Ethics - A|
|The Grammar School at Leeds||2016||College||History - A*|
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