Mital

Mital

Barnet Tutor

Hello,

My name is Mital and I graduated from University College London (UCL) with a 1st Class Honors degree in Chemistry (BSc). I am from Barnet in North London. I am a hardworking and determined individual, who is always looking for new challenges and new ways to be active. I also enjoy learning and developing my way of thinking and feel academia provides great opportunities to think technically and logically which are skills very hard to come by and master. I am also the GlaxoSmithKline Undergraduate Organic Synthesis Bursary Holder. This was awarded to me by UCL Chemistry department for outstanding achievement in end-of-term examinations based on all areas of chemistry in a class of 120 students including, chemistry, medicinal chemistry and natrual science students.

Tutoring Experience

From June 2009 I have been an educational tutor and mentor

Responsibilities: Teaching mathematics and science to students ranging from KS2 to A-level. Engaging with pupils in a way which helps them focus more on education, time management and revision techniques. I have taught Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Further Mathematics, Economics, 11+ maths and non-verbal, 6th Form entrance exams and interview practice and much more.

Methods: Using personal experiences to provide a platform for students to work and develop on.

Achievements: I have helped many student from many different walks of life achieve the best they can through inspiring confidence within them.

Tutoring Approach

I have thousands of hours of tutoring experience and I really enjoy it. I get a great buzz out of helping people whether younger or older and helping them to understand and familiarise concepts and theories that may alienate at first. But I also enjoy learning more about people and meeting new people and hearing what they have to say because you never learn enough from talking to people and sharing experiences. I have worked with a range of students from the ages of 5 to 21 and thoroughly enlighten to the idea of helping others if possible and this is why I love to tutor and educate. I believe greatly in what Malcolm X said that 'education is the passport to the future, for the people that prepare for it today' and so it is important from a young age to challenge the mind and allow it to explore new mediums of learning and engaging. This is what I have done most of my life and I can thankfully say it has benefited me a lot. I have always had a great relationship with all my students and have achieved excellent grades with them such as one of my students’ received 100% in their GCSE Science exam last year. I also teach iGCSE Science and Maths. I am also very familiar with the new O-level/IB Linear curriculum which grades students from 1-9 for GCSE and the new A-Level curriculum for science and maths. I also offer group discounts for students. These are available on request. Please see my reviews from former tutees. Thank you.

LanguagesGujarati, English (British), Hindi
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (all times)
References Available On File

Qualifications

University College London (UCL)2011BachelorsChemistry BSc
The Latymer School2008College3 A-Levels (AAB), 1 AS-Level (A)
Friern Barnet School2006School9 GCSEs, (A*-A)

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Subjects taught
Maths
Primary£60
Secondary£60
GCSE£60
A-Level£60
Casual Learner£70
Physics
Primary£60
Secondary£60
GCSE£60
A-Level£60
Casual Learner£70
Chemistry
Primary£60
Secondary£60
GCSE£60
A-Level£60
University£70
Casual Learner£70
Biology
Primary£60
Secondary£60
GCSE£60
Entrance Exams
Primary£60
Secondary£60
GCSE£60
A-Level£60