I am now a mathematical physicist by trade with over 10 publications in leading journals and a proven track record of success as both a researcher and as a tutor. I studied mathematics, followed by mathematical and theoretical physics, at the University of Oxford, graduating with distinction in 2017.
I now specialise in helping bright young mathematicians and physicists secure top grades and places at the most competitive Universities, with a proven track record of Oxbridge success.
|Recent Students: 12||Total Hours: 733||Last Online: 25 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 36||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 59||Signed Up: 02 Apr 2019|
I have taught first year undergraduates in Imperial College focusing on improving problem solving skills. I have been employed by the university to teach in summer courses preparing pupils for the MAT. I have also taught privately covering the syllabi of A-levels and IB.
|Recent Students: 0||Total Hours: 16||Last Online: 22 Jan 2021|
|All-time Students: 4||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 10||Signed Up: 11 Aug 2018|
My track record so far in tutoring is one student predicted two Es in Maths & Physics who achieved two Cs and another predicted C & D who got B & C. I also tutored a student who retook his maths GCSE exam, solely with my help, who increased his grade from a 5 to a 6. I have tutored students from 11+ all the way up to undergraduate level.
|Recent Students: 4||Total Hours: 25||Last Online: 09 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 9||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 3||Signed Up: 16 Mar 2020|
Private tutoring (2015 - ?)
- I have taught more than 40 students on various levels of Maths from secondary to undergraduate level.
- I have designed tests, mock interviews to help students prepare for standard exams such as A Levels (any exam board), AP, IB (SL, HL), GRE (Quant), SAT, and SSAT.
Teaching assistantship at Imperial College London (2017 - 2019)
- I taught a group of year 1 undergraduates on a weekly basis to help them transition from maths in school to more rigorous maths in univ...
|Recent Students: 3||Total Hours: 64||Last Online: 23 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 5||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 2||Signed Up: 14 Apr 2020|
-Created 7+ hours of educational video content on how to maximise exam success in the Natural Sciences Admissions Assessment for Cambridge, covering the different style of questions, how to maximise your marks and how to answer different questions.
-Personal Statement/UCAS advisor - I have advised on how to craft the Personal Statement such that it conveys the message you require to be put across
-Oxbridge interview tutor - worked with students on how to prepare for Oxbridge interviews in the ...
|Recent Students: 0||Total Hours: 39||Last Online: 16 Oct 2020|
|All-time Students: 4||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 0||Signed Up: 10 Oct 2019|
I believe that a good tutor combines teaching and mentoring in a way that encourages students to use their own thinking and ability, set their own ‘agenda’, ask questions and then works with them to improve their self- confidence and ability in the subject.
I have degrees in Mathematics, Statistics and a postgraduate certificate in Teaching. I focus on teaching Mathematics and Statistics at Advanced, Foundation and University levels to a variety of students.
I teach A-level Maths and Statist...
|Recent Students: 8||Total Hours: 206||Last Online: 25 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 30||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 0||Signed Up: 03 Dec 2018|
I've tutored students for the past six years, covering from KS3 right up to the undergraduate level. I've covered all exam boards extensively and am very familiar with the individual syllabuses. For the past two years, I have also offered specialist tuition to those preparing for entrance exams and interviews for the top universities in the UK, and have had very high success rates getting students into the mathematics degrees at Oxford and Cambridge in particular.
I've consistently tutored for...
|Recent Students: 5||Total Hours: 44||Last Online: 25 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 10||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 0||Signed Up: 17 Jan 2020|
I have built up my teaching skills through my extensive experience in tuition, high school and university teaching, and public lecturing. Over this time, I have realised that the best way to develop mathematical understanding is through problems and examples. Every piece of mathematics was created to solve a problem, and by first seeing the problem, we better appreciate and remember the solution.
On graduating from Oxford, I taught at a secondary school teacher for a year in southwest London. I...
|Recent Students: 4||Total Hours: 19||Last Online: 25 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 7||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 0||Signed Up: 05 Oct 2020|
I have been tutoring since January 2008 and have worked with over 500 students in that time. The majority of these students have been GCSE, AS and A-Level students. I have taught several students online in that time too. I have worked in Henley School, Henley in Arden and Campion School, Leamington Spa as both an unqualified maths teacher and a one-to-one tutor. In addition, I have worked as an examiner, marking A-level scripts for one of the major exam boards, so I really do know what the exami...
|Recent Students: 1||Total Hours: 20||Last Online: 21 Feb 2021|
|All-time Students: 5||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 0||Signed Up: 18 Mar 2020|
I have vast experience of teaching mathematics and further mathematics to A Level, having taught in three different sixth form colleges for a total of 25 years. I thrive when working on maths with learners; it's a subject I love, and the question of how best to communicate it is one that fascinates me. I'm well-qualified; my first degree at Cambridge University (where I won a scholarship) was in Mathematics and Education, and I have an MSc in Mathematical Research from the University of East An...
|Recent Students: 0||Total Hours: 312||Last Online: 26 Jan 2021|
|All-time Students: 27||Total Admissions MAT Hours: 0||Signed Up: 20 Feb 2017|