Hello! I am a second year history undergraduate student at University College London. Currently averaging a 1st honours degree, I pride myself on my skills of critical analysis and essay writing technique. Having received extensive tutoring myself through out my GCSE`s and A-levels, I fully understand the imperative need for a tutor to be exceptionally patient, encouraging, and time-effective.
Learning should never be scary. We each having different learning techniques that are more effective dependent on the individual: thus it is my responsibility as a tutor to establish which method (written, visual, audio) will be the most efficient for the student, in the time frame given.
I am incredibly warm, sensitive and efficient no student, regardless of age or capability, should ever be made to feel patronized or incapable: I fervently believe you are capable of achieving absolutely anything you put your mind towards.
Availability: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 3pm onwards.
Saturday & sunday - flexible with any hours.
Willing to travel: 8 miles
Experience: As the editor of UCL`s newspaper, I am proficient in sensitively editing and training my extensive team of writers to ensure that they produce work of an impeccably high standard. Additionally, I actively encourage each writer to develop their own voice and be active in their self-development I lead monthly writing workshops, in addition to publishing my own work in three student publications. I am currently working with the BBC to produce my own documentary, and have also been commissioned by the BBC world news to publish a thesis I am currently working on. Contact this Tutor
I have worked extensively with `Super Camps` - an active learning holiday camp for children aged 4-11. As team leader and group instructor, I had sole responsibility of a group of 8, for which I created varied daily lesson and fun activity timetables. Additionally I have A-Level tutoring experience with extremely high success rates: exemplary of which, one pupil rose from an expected C grade in English A-Level, to an achieved A .