Information about Muhammad Fawwaz
I am a very approachable person with a range of experience. I am a patient person who treats all learners as individuals. Providing the student with unique and personalised work sets. I have studied Politics and Economics at university, gaining a BA (Hons). I am currently working in finance. I am extensively passionate about education and developing general knowledge.
I have successfully tutored many scores of students, of all abilities. I focus on the students learning style, communicating effectively and building upon solid foundations.
I hold of clean DBS certification and have worked in a secondary school in Cambridgeshire tutoring GCSE Mathematics. Gaining a reputation for inspiring "disinterested" students. Very aware of "new" GCSE and "A" level specifications and exams.
I want to put something back into society and what better way than empowering the next generation. I relish developing a students knowledge, in a fun and entertaining manner. The look of satisfaction on a students face who is able to understand their work is priceless.
Availability: 8 am-8 pm Monday - Friday
9 am-4 pm Saturday and Sunday
Willing to travel: 15 miles
Experience: Throughout university, I successfully tutored students for 11+ and GCSE exams. Helped underachieving students attain grade B minimum for GCSE. I have worked with teenagers and adults who may have support needs when it comes to dealing with maths, whether they are studying for GCSE or for other maths-related qualifications.
I have taught GCSE Mathematics students at my old Secondly school.
I feel that a calm and patient approach helps many of my learners to not only feel more comfortable with numbers but also go on to achieve nationally-recognised qualifications.
Mentoring and guiding students for them to obtain their goals are important to me. I show them how to pass exams. Instilling excellent exam and revision techniques are at the forefront of achieving a good grade.
During a year-abroad exchange in China I taught English to Chinese students (aged 6-15). I provided students with enough teaching so that they were able to reach their potential; this endured manipulating teaching activities in order to make them a fun experience for the students. I planned lessons myself, building multiple week plans so that I could help the students exceed expectation and grow to their true academic potential. Teaching Chinese students expanded my interpersonal skills, as I needed to not only develop the students education but also relay the progress to their parents.
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