After twenty years in banking I am now doing something that I love. I have a postgraduate qualification in teaching secondary school mathematics, an engineering degree from Imperial College, and an MBA from Columbia University in New York.
I can provide many references if needed; a majority of my tutees now come via personal referrals.
I have taught maths in selective and non-selective schools, and have years of experience as a personal tutor at both GCSE and A Level with all the major exam boards. I also lecture maths to economics undergraduates at London University.
I sometimes travel to students’ homes, but may need to charge for that as it displaces tutoring time. If I pass near your home then there will be no charge.
It is different with every student, but mostly I either track and reinforce what they are currently learning in class or focus on past exam papers. The sessions usually start with getting students comfortable with topics that have been concerning them that week.
As we get closer to exams, working on past papers becomes key and I ask my students to sign up to doing an agreed number of past papers each week on their own so we can plug the gaps during our time together.
I often overrun the hour, but never charge extra unless by prior agreement.
I am cheerful, energetic and caring, and enjoy seeing students start to enjoy maths.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|Imperial College, London||1980||Bachelors||Bsc (Engineering) Computing|
|Columbia University, New York||1990||Masters||Master of Business Administration|
|Canterbury Christ Church||2012||PGCE||Secondary Maths 11-18|
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