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Aqsa (Tutor in London)

Aqsa
Aqsa
Tutor
London, London
Home Town: London
Member Since: 06/05/2012
Last Login: 7 years ago
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Qualifications

BSC ARCHITECTURE (RIBA 1 QUALIFIED)
B.ARCH ARCHITECTURE
A-LEVEL (ENGLISH LITERATURE,FINE ARTS,STATISTICS)

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Information about Aqsa

I graduated in architecture from UCL (University Of London) with excellent result. I have also done degree in English literature from kings College. My experience in private tuition for secondary schools and university students started many years ago. I have always obtained good results and enjoyed time spent with students.

Availability: weekdays
weekends

Willing to travel: 10 miles

Experience: I am an experienced teacher providing tuition at a range of levels and subjects.
ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS:I have been helping architecture students with their design projects and technical part.I am proficient in I.T. including Autocad, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, and Microsoft Office and have excellent design skills, including photography. I can also assist in writing essays for all Architecture related subjects and provide proof reading.

ENGLISH- I can help you learn, understand and speak English language at all levels. If you have just migrated from a country where English is not 1st language, I can help you or your child improving level of English and progress at school/college/university.

I have attended different art workshops in which I learnt how to use my skills as an Art and Design.
I prepare notes for my students based on their individual needs.

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