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I am a well-qualified mathematician and I have been delivering lectures at universities for 1st and 2nd year undergraduates. After my PhD, I had some really interesting jobs. I worked at an international mathematical hub and several universities as a postdoctoral fellow. I had my own mathematical project at Royal Holloway, University of London, as a Marie Curie fellow. I am the author of several mathematical papers. As a private tutor, I can pay much more attention to my students and give more focused and effective help with their studies. I like to build a challenging and friendly environment for study as well as strong relationships with my students. In my spare time, I usually attend contact improvisation classes to recharge my batteries and enjoy the dancing element. I like kirtan singing, so I also visit satsangs and retreats whenever time allows me.
I’ve been working in universities and colleges for 15 years and have over 2 years experience of private teaching (1000+ hours). I’m an expert in linear algebra and elements of probability theory and have a range of experience teaching optimisation theory (including game theory), advanced calculus and complex analysis. I’ve delivered private lectures to A-level, IB maths students and undergraduates from prestigious UK universities. I teach students to learn the crucial concepts of maths more easily through concrete, clear examples. During my tutoring sessions I always reveal connections between different areas of mathematics, which appear highly non-obvious at first. This helps my students to obtain a deeper understanding of the curriculum. I always tailor sessions to the needs and requirements of my students and the main focus is on the practical application of the theorems.
Very helpful and informative
ZOltran is knowledge and detailed. THanks for the class
'I've just received news that I have passed my Exam!!! And will be continuing on to the next year of my mechanical engineering degree. Without you, it would definitely not have been possible. So thank you once again, so much!' Eduard, Engineering Mathematics, University of Warwick