University of Sussex
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I want to share my passion for learning new and exciting things as I have found that all my students have been more successful when they begin to enjoy what they are studying. Fundamentally getting the student to engage with what they are learning is the quickest way to success. This is achieved by creating a relaxed and supportive environment, to allow the student`s confidence to build so that they are comfortable to say what they are really thinking even if it may not be correct, as this is the best way to improve and learn rather than being too shy.
The most effective way of improving a students grade is identifying the areas of difficulty and then breaking questions down into small, logical steps in order to help solve them in a clear and sensible way.
I studied Maths, Physics and Geography at A-level and then I graduated with a first class degree in Mechanical Engineering. I am currently working at the UK`s leading institute for research into vaccinations, whilst part time tutoring from primary school to degree level.
Availability: Weekdays from 5pm onwards.
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: During the final year at university, I provided learning support to first year students studying engineering whilst I was a student mentor during my time at Sussex University. I have taught math, english and science to a class of over 50 students at a secondary school (age ranging from 11 to 18 years old) in Livingstone, Zambia. Developed my lesson planning skills, organised after school reading club and 1 on 1 tutored students.Contact this Tutor
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Benjamin is a lovely teacher, hes engaged very well with my two boys in year 8 and 10.
Highly recommend him.