Information about Afrose
I am a Renewable Energy Engineering Masters Student. I love my course and encountered it as I was browsing my options during my gap year. I had an offer to study Law at the University of Oxford which I deferred as I was not sure that was my preferred degree. As much as I loved law, I completed the whole A Level chemistry course in 6 months (the latter part of my gap year) and realised I love science. I am currently in my placement year of study. I completed A Levels in Maths, Chemistry, English Literature, Economics and Further Maths.
I am very keen to help students achieve their personal goals as well as reach their true potential, which may exceed their own goals. I tailor each lesson to fit the goals of the student, whether that be gaining confidence, improving skills, learning to answer exam questions etc. I plan each lesson with a plethora of resources, questions and activities so that the tutoring time is utilised fully.
Willing to travel: Home Only
Experience: I have been a tutor both online and in-person for over 4 years now. I have tutored maths (GCSE, A Level and University Level), Chemistry (GCSE and A Level) and Economics (GCSE and A Level). I am updated and familiar with all UK exam boards for GCSE, A Level and IB. I work alongside mark schemes to ensure the student makes the most of his/her time.
Having done an A Level in such a short time, as well as having completed my GCSEs in around a year (I achieved 11 A*s and 1 B), it is safe to say, I have had a tumultuous educational journey. But this is why I may benefit my students even more as I am used to working with a short time constraint and a lot of content. My revision techniques have helped me personally and I hope can help you too. I will assess the kind of learner you are and suggest revision techniques that will work for the long term. By the end of your time with me, I hope you gain the knowledge and exam skills to get you the grade you want, as well as study skills that will go beyond...
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