I am a second year student at University College London, studying Russian and German for my BA, having attained a 2:1 in my first set of exams. I am from Hong Kong, and am able to converse in both English and Cantonese. Having previously gone through the A-level and GCSE processes myself, I have the confidence to prepare children for the necessary examination requirements. I am passionate about language and literature, and am thus very willing to help others to broaden their knowledge. I had previously studied at Eton College, and am therefore trained in the pursuit of excellence.

Tutoring Experience

I have had previous experience in Hong Kong, firstly as a teaching assistant at the Heep Hong Society Catherine Lo School for Children with Special Needs, and as an instructor at Outward Bound Hong Kong for three weeks, where I had taken care of children during a week long summer camp. I had also previously worked at Brazilian Soccer Schools in Hong Kong, where I gained experience in coaching a large group of children.

Tutoring Approach

As I had very recently completed these examinations myself, I feel as if I am able to relate to the student on a personal level as well as a professional one. Due to the particular formula in which public examinations are set, I would be able to maintain a step by step approach which would satisfy these formulae, as well as consistently setting and marking work by the student. In addition, I am aware that each student has their own way of learning, and I would do my best to cater to those needs. I would provide them with extra material to aid their exam revision, as well as supplementing their school work if needed.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any queries.

LanguagesEnglish (British)
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (evenings)
References Available On File


Eton College2016CollegeA* History A-level
Eton College2016CollegeD3 Russian Pre-U
Eton College2016CollegeM1 English Pre-U

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