I`m a professional tutor who works for one of the most prestigious tutoring firms in London. I have gained hundreds of hours of experience teaching pupils of all ages and abilities, to groups of students, one to one as well as in schools.
I`m also a medical student who attends Imperial college London. I have completed my A levels, achieving A*AAA in Biology, Maths, Economics and Chemistry. I completed my A levels at Christ`s Hospital in Horsham which is a very well know private school.
I am also a keen volunteer worker, and currently undergo volunteer work at organisations such as, St Johns ambulance service and St Catherine`s Hospice.
I currently live in Pound Hill which is in Crawley, West Sussex.
I also Tutor in the central London area.
Availability: Contact me, mainly available just during holiday periods any day.
Willing to travel: Home Only
Experience: I currently teach KS1, KS2 and KS3 Maths, English and Sciences; IGCSE and GCSE English, Maths, Sciences, Economics as well as A-level Maths, Biology and Economics. Im also familiar with teaching 8+ and 11+ as well as the UKCAT and BMAT. I have experience tutoring one to one, in small groups, online, in a school as well as students with dyslexia. Contact this Tutor
I always have a stress-free environment when tutoring while also using my creativity to make sessions fun and engaging. I can offer various techniques and advice in approach to learning and I always strive to encourage students to understand what they are learning instead of being "spoon fed" facts. I believe this is the most effective way of learning and allows a student to build on their understanding so that they can grasp future topics with more ease. I can adapt my tutoring style according to how best the student learns and their needs.
My success as a tutor was exemplified when teaching a group of three Y11 sports scholars IGCSE double science 1-2 months before their exams. Before my help they were uninterested in science and struggling to grasp any topics, averaging a grade D/C in double science. Their target was to gain a B/C in order to progress to sixth form. I had to not only teach the students from basics so they understood topics (even though their exams were in 1-2 months), but somehow make a group of easily disrupted boys become interested in science. I had to tackle this in a fun and creative way to allow the students to become interested in their work while sticking to a strict schedule of work. After my help they all significantly improved and surpassed their target grades getting A/B, with one student only 1 mark away from an A/A. However, the part I was most proud of was that two of the boys were going to continue one science to A level when the thought of doing so before would have been laughable.