Louis (Tutor in Arnold)
A2/AS Levels: Maths [A] Physics [A] Chemistry [A] Biology [A] Further Maths [A]
Relevant GCSEs: Maths [A star] Double Science [A star A star ]
October 1st I will be beggining an MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics
Underaking a research placement in Quantum Computing this summer
Speak at B1/B2 level of the European Framework in French
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Information about Louis
I am available to tutor only after the 1st October 2012 when I move to Warwick.
I am a very outgoing person and I like to tutor for enjoyment as well as knowing that I`m helping people gain knowledge and do better in their exams which is why I`ve set my fee on the lower end of the price range and I`m happy to have a free session to assess suitability and learning needs. I am happy to negotiate prices or run sessions with multiple students to cater for all backgrounds as it is a shame money can be an obstacle to learning.
Availability: Weekdays after 5pm
Holiday periods potentially too.
Willing to travel: 5 miles
Experience: I have helped a charity which spends quality social time with children who have learning disabilities called `Saturday Stars`, after being a co-ordinator and active participant for the charity last year.
I am a STEM ambassador which involves promoting science, technology, engineering and maths careers to younger students. I have helped some year ten students through practice interviews for the careers they have in mind, and have taken part in open days at the university through guided tours, maths activities and giving a fifteen minute presentation to two hundred students on occasion.
I also worked as PASS leader last year which is an initiative set up to aid first year university students. The role involved facilitating a work group in order to enhance and support their mathematical ability as well as act as a friendly mentor to help them adjust to the challenges faced by living independently in a new environment.
When I was younger I took part in several summer schools and extra curricular activities based at the University of Nottingham focused on science and mathematics through gifted and talented youth which exposed me to new learning methods which were both fun and challenging. This experience often showed me how science and maths can be brought to life and be actively engaging and this is what I`d hope to replicate when tutoring.