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I have finished my PhD in Physics at Imperial College London and have spent two years as a Telecommunications Consultant. I am generally free to tutor on the weekends. Tutorials can either be at my house or at yours (only if you are within a short biking journey).
Coincidentally English is my mother tongue, although the name suggests differently ;)
I have been tutoring for the past decade or so and have guided a over a dozen tutees through a combination of GCSE and A-Level Maths and Physics. I also helped in the write up process for A-Level Physics coursework; the student went on to get close to full marks for her final submission. Most of my tutees have gone on to achieve top grades in their exams.
In my mind there is no doubt that people learn best when they feel encouraged to do so and feel comfortable in discussing questions and uncertainties. They also happen to be the two most essential things I think any tutor should bring to the table.
My tutorials are generally quite interactive, where often I will cover the basic theory of what the student is learning in class and then have the student explain the basic fundamentals back to me in their own words. I believe this level of interaction is essential to checking the student has really understood the topic and keeps things lively and informal.
I also try and set questions during the tutorial and as homework (depending on the tutees time schedule) as another important means of making sure the student doesn't forget the material we go through.
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