I am a double graduate of Cardiff University, with a BSc. in Mathematics, and an MSc. in Operational Research and Applied Statistics (Operational Research is a branch of mathematics dealing with decision making). Since graduating in 2016, I have worked in financial services, most recently at Deloitte. Deciding that a career in finance was not for me, I have now become a tutor, with the intention of studying medicine beginning in 2020.
Availability: Monday (All Day)
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Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: In my family, I am the one who has the brain for numbers. As a result, I have been unofficially teaching maths for much of my life. From explaining percentages to tutoring my brother for his A Levels, I have done it all.Contact this Tutor
My belief is that every individual learns differently, and so every lesson should be tailored to the individual. I like to begin with a base line assessment of the learners abilities, and a discussion about goals and objectives. If the aim is to improve grades at GCSE or A Level, I like to review the syllabus and mark scheme from the exam board, too. From this, I develop a learning pathway, which I use to guide the student towards their goals.
From my own experience, I have found that the best way to learn maths is through tangible examples. For example, if I were teaching algebra, and the student was a keen baker, I might use the idea of doubling the quantities in a recipe to show how algebra can be thought as a ratio of different ingredients.