...as a personal tutor with a creed of explaining the essential knowledge as clear as possible for comprehension and utilizing what learned from school for empirical application. Developed strong mathematics knowledge during the study at the University of Sheffield International College (USIC). Awarded MSc Robotics study with Merit in The University of Sheffield. Currently teaching Computational Mathematics for Royal Holloway University of London International Study Centre. Developed strong skills in student support and interpersonal communication....
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I am a recent maths graduate from University of Oxford and I am very passionate about sharing the elegance of maths with you, are you in? (p.s., I am also quite passionate chemistry, biology, Chinese language and R coding! Happy to share anything that I find interesting.)
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...and to see how it connects in a fundamental way to every other discipline. I first discovered my passion for teaching during my sixth form years when I volunteered as a classroom assistant for the top set GCSE maths class in my school. Since it was only under a year ago when I was studying for same exams myself I found I was able to relate well to the students an navigate them to finding...
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...Ph.D. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Manitoba. I have more than 10 years of experience in teaching math and physics in both PERSIAN and ENGLISH languages to high school, college, and university students. My method is based on problem-solving which prepares you for the tests/exams and at the same time gives an intuition about the concepts. Last but not least, we will have a fun time together during the class, so...
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...in both state and private schools. I am a former deputy head teacher. 20 years experience as an examiner and moderator with examination boards and the AAT for 11+, mathematics, science, physics, business studies and accountancy - including at principal moderator and chief examiner level. I am still a chief examiner. I have a first class honours degree in mathematics and physics and separate upper second class honours degrees in computing, electronics and accountancy. I...
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...undergraduate student at the University of Warwick on an Integrated Masters course in Mathematics. I started tutoring during my secondary education, preparing students in mathematics exams for GCSE, A-level and IB. I also founded my secondary school's "Python Society", teaching pupils from 13-18 years old foundations in both Python coding and using computer algorithms in problem solving. I thoroughly enjoy watching tutees grow both skill in a subject and a passion for it. In my...
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...am passionate about unleashing the wonders of physics and supporting the next generation of scientists. Before my postgraduate studies, I earned BSc in Physics from Mahatma Gandhi University,India. I feel that tutoring requires good communication and interpersonal skills. My expertise as a home tutor in Kerala, India, enables me to customize my teaching methods to fit student needs, creating a personalized and engaging learning environment. I love teaching physics, chemistry, and math. Communication, problem-solving, qualitative...
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...inspire and guide students toward academic success. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about GCSE, A level and Undergraduate level, specifically Statistics, Calculus, Differential Equations and many more. My experience working with students has been both fulfilling and positive, especially when preparing them for exams. Mathematics, a subject I've cherished since my early years, is my favourite to tutor. My teaching approach revolves around practical tasks, challenging students to...
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...in Computer Science and then a Masters degree in Software Engineering from the University of Southampton. During my studies, I conducted personal training for my juniors and colleagues, especially those with academic challenges. I love transferring my knowledge in programming, networking, object-oriented techniques and IT in general to other students and everyone interested in learning something new. I am a Sun Certified Java Programmer. My teaching experience covers C, C++, Java, Networking, Operating System, DBMS,...
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Talented teaching professional using practical and theoretical subject knowledge to develop high-achieving students. Plans and delivers engaging curriculum schemes to maximise pupil potential. Confident in providing holistic support for positive higher education experiences.
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...skills by my students with their scores extremely improving as validation. I mainly specialise in teaching Math to 9-15 years old students. I have also had the experience of teaching adults and students from different age groups. Through my cool yet stern, when needed, demeanour, I was able to satisfy my students and help them achieve their goals. My motive and goal is to always make my students enjoy what they are learning, so that they...
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...guardians he wants to provide clarity and constantly update them on the progress that is being made. As a Maths teacher at Harris Academy Invictus Croydon Secondary School he deemed it vital Preparation of Material, Classroom management, Course design and Progress reporting. He believes all these skills extremely are important when interacting guardians and providing transparency for plans and goals of a student and explaining the steps he will take to achieve such goals.
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...being A level mathematics. I also worked in Wales for many years developing the use of Internet in schools throughout the area. During this time I studied to achieve an MA in Education with the Open University. Since retiring from full-time work I have worked part-time as an A level examiner for Edexcel exams. While I can tutor any of the subjects I have worked with, my main preference is for Mathematics. I believe that...
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...minor in Computer Science. During my undergraduate studies, I also worked as a tutor for math and physics, and received CRLA Level 2 certification as well as several years of experience with all levels of instruction in the university. My general teaching philosophy is very interactive. I prefer to pose questions and discuss the answers that students give to ensure that not only do they know the rote procedure of whatever is being studied, but...
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...all age ranges and abilities. I have tutored online before, delivering more than five sessions weekly since joining university in September to work towards my degree in Mathematics and Statistics. I try and use a range of different methods and resources to ensure my students get the most out of their learning, and try and approach each session with a flexible style, tailored for each student. I enjoy all sports, following teams all over the...
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Graduated in High Energy Physics from NUST and doing PhD in Queen Mary University of London for senior research with fully funded opportunity. I constantly strive to learn and understand the physics discipline and more, as well as provide understandable ways to teach it. I am constantly learning in this subject and hope to provide the best services to you as my client.
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...completing my A Levels, which developed my tutoring capabilities immensely. I tutored Maths on a 1 to 1 basis for one hour for each student. Overall, I tutored 5 individuals throughout the year. Mathematics was always my favourite subject growing up as I truly enjoy the problem solving and challenging aspects of it. It was only until my final years of school I was given the opportunity to study Economics, which allowed me to utilise...
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...years and have a good command in explaining Maths, Physics and Electrical Engineering with concepts. Doing Ph.D from Glasgow Caledonian University in Electrical Engineering Done M.Sc in ELECTRICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS. B.Sc Electrical + Electronics Engineering Have been teaching the following subjects on rotational basis since 6 years: 1) Circuit Design and Analysis 2) Basic Electric Circuits 3) Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory 4) Introductory Engineering Mathematics 5) Plant and Electrical Distribution Systems 6) Semiconductor +...
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...treat pupils with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher's professional position. I realise the need to safeguard pupils' well-being, in accordance with statutory provisions. I show tolerance of and respect for the rights of others. I do not undermine fundamental British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. I...
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...to create a graded series of examples that show the possible difficulties in applying a method. Finally, I review each tutorial's topics to catch any possible mistakes and identify places where my students might require extra help, either through recalling a useful fact that we need to apply or through additional examples. I always encourage and welcome questions from my students. In doing so, I am emphasizing the importance of discussion and collaboration in mathematics...
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Recent Applied Mathematics Tutoring Session Notes

The student and I worked on developing her skill with parametric functions and using her graphing calculator with the functions. We also worked on developing her skills with writing parametric equations for word problems.

We reviewed: lateral areas, surface areas and volumes of prisms, pyramids, cubes and other three dimensional shapes. She completed the problems, and I checked her work for accuracy.

We reviewed some pre-algebra concepts and completed several worksheets. The student understands how to evaluate variable expressions and can complete graphing problems. We will continue to work on more pre-algebra concepts.

The student will be taking his final exams in math soon, so our hour was spent reviewing his homework. We covered area/circumference of circles, areas of irregular polygons, and volume of rectangular prisms. I also pulled up the standards for his grade level, and we did word problems that tested rates of change and probability.

This sessions occurred on Tues. 5/7. We worked on solving inequalities involving one variable. The student seemed to get the graphing, and we practiced flipping the sign when multiplying/dividing by a negative number.

During this session, the student completed his in-class assignment that he had not finished. It revolved around shopping, applying and calculating discounts and taxes. He did very well with the activity and seemed encouraged by his understanding.