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.
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.
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.
|Languages||Gujarati, English (British), Hindi|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University College London (UCL)||2011||Bachelors||Chemistry BSc|
|The Latymer School||2008||College||3 A-Levels (AAB), 1 AS-Level (A)|
|Friern Barnet School||2006||School||9 GCSEs, (A*-A)|
|Unpublished feedback (Usually negative)||1|