Bloomsbury Tutor

I'm a masters student in physics at University College London. I'm currently working on the NASA lead ANITA mission to detect small particles called neutrinos that interact with the ice in Antarctica.

I love all things space and astronomy related and I'm keen to share my knowledge and get more people interested in physics.

Tutoring Experience

Private Tutor (2012-Present)
Provided specialist, problem oriented, one to one, tuition in GCSE/ALevel mathematics and physics to numerous students in central London.

•Provided consultation on Russell group university applications
•Designed and typeset problems to be used is sessions
•Improved 30 students by at least two grading boundaries in 2014

Teaching assistant, Physics Education Group, University of Washington (Jan-June 2016)
Oversee introductory university-level physics classes

• Group mentoring
• One to one Teaching
• Leading tutorial session

STEM Program Director, YMCA of Northern Utah. ( Summer 2014)
Employed by YMCA Camp Roger to set up and found a STEM program in the American summer camp environment.

•Devised several engaging, outdoor, science activities to inspire young people age 13-17 years.
•Lead the implementation of the activities in YMCA camp roger.
•Mentored aspiring mathletes through problem lead activities.

Tutoring Approach

I have a problem lead teaching style. The best way of leanring maths and physics is to get stuck into problems, this is the only way to master techniques and do well in exams. A typical tutoring session would involve going through problems and correcting and improving understanding of the material along the way.

LanguagesEnglish (British)
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (all times)
References Available On File


University College London2017MastersMSci Theoretical Physics
Rating from 2 references


Subjects taught
First lesson is free!
Casual Learner£50
Casual Learner£50