I am a full time professional maths and physics tutor and a former physics teacher at a London independent school.
I have a 2:i in physics from University College London and after graduating I was awarded a scholarship by the Institute of Physics to train as a teacher.
I have worked with hundreds of students to help them build their confidence, increase their attainment and achieve top marks at GCSE and A-level.
I have excellent knowledge of the curricula of Edexcel, AQA and OCR and am currently an examiner for Edexcel.
I thoroughly understand the selection procedure of independent schools and have coached students to help them gain places and scholarships.
I would be happy to help your son or daughter to enjoy studying maths and physics and achieve the grades they are looking for.
2011 - 2014: Private teacher of English as a foreign language
2014: Physics/Science teacher at St Joseph's College, London (PGCE Placement)
2015: Physics/Science teacher at Platanos College, London (PGCE Placement)
2015 - 2017: Physics/Science teacher at Forest School, London
2017 - Present: Founder and tutor at Nobel Tuition London
Students tend to do well in subjects they enjoy. That's why it is important for tutors to teach with enthusiasm and to show that maths and physics are interesting and relevant to young people's lives.
As well as helping students to enjoy studying, I can help them identify areas where they can make the biggest improvements.
Targeting these areas, I can explain concepts they have struggled to grasp in a clear, intuitive way.
I can then set them tasks to test how far they have understood my explanations and give them a chance to practise the skills they will need.
I can also assist by suggesting easy ways to remember information that they should have at their command.
Like this, students can build their confidence, improve their grades and achieve the results they are after.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University College London||2006||Bachelors||2:i BSc Physics|
|King's College London||2015||PGCE||PGCE (Physics)|
|OCR||2003||School||Maths A level (A)|
|OCR||2003||School||Further Maths AS level (A)|
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