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Wafaa $40-50/hr

PhD - The University of Leeds

I can tutor many Electronic and Electrical engineering modules.

I have good experience in teaching mathematics and science (physics, chemistry and biology) in secondary schools. I am especially skilled in mathematics and physics. I helped in teaching mathematics in undergraduate engineering. For more than three years, I have been privately tutoring A-level maths and physics students as well as tutoring at KS2, KS3, GCSE, IGCSE, undergraduate and postgraduate. I am also able to support SEN students.

I have more than 3000 hours of tutoring experience and I am quite familiar with the different curriculums and exam boards specifications.

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Robin $40-50/hr

Chemical Engineering - University of Cape Town

Since 2015, I have been tutoring both A-Level and (I)GCSE students across multiple boards of examination. I have helped many individuals achieve their academic goals, with students showing improvements by up to 3 symbols. I began this initiative after achieving my Cambridge International Examination (CIE) A-Levels in mathematics, chemistry and physics with an A and 2 A* grades respectively, averaging 90% overall. I aspire, through tutoring, to help all of my students find enjoyment and inspiration within the fields of science and mathematics.

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Shafina $65-75/hr

Psychology - Birkbeck University Of London

I have been teaching & tutoring Psychology, Research Methods & Academic writing (essays and reports) for over 7 years now to students of all ages whether mature students at undergraduate level & masters level; part time & full time students or seminar based and 1-1. This includes the joint UCL-Birkbeck Masters course for Critical Analysis which is a high level, rigorous module that develops the student's understanding in how to critique journal articles, how to remedy their shortcomings and writing future research or research proposals. I have also taught academic writing workshops, general foundations and was an honorary research fellow after graduating which led to the publication of my undergraduate dissertation.
Having trained as an outstanding A-level Psychology teacher with UCL (IOE) I can offer in depth exam technique for the new linear specification as I have worked closely with examiners & key authors of textbooks. I also offer assistance for writing structure, exam technique across degree and A-level.

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William $50-60/hr

Biological Sciences - University of Oxford

First up, I enjoy the subjects I tutor immensely and I feel this is one of the most important qualities in a good tutor. In addition, I am friendly and confident and have experience of communicating with others in a teaching environment. Coupled with my enthusiasm for the subjects, this will make for a productive and enjoyable learning environment for students. I have extensive tutoring experience, particularly at GCSE and A-levels and have been working with some students for multiple years. Beyond this, I have been asked by my school to return after my first year of university to regularly help prospective Oxbridge students with their personal statements and applications and was an advisor on interview technique.

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Toby $50-60/hr

Mathematics - Imperial College

I cover all levels of Mathematics from primary school all the way to SATs, GMAT and degree level . I focus particularly on A level and GCSE teaching all relevant modules including Stats, Core and Mechanics. I have a proven track record coaching students for AQA, Edexcel and OCR exam boards. I am always patient and encouraging and know how to get the best out my students. I enjoy making tricky concepts easy to understand by using everyday examples. There is no substitute for practice and I will set numerous problems to be completed before the next lesson. This is the only way to be sure topics are sinking in. I always emphasise full understanding of problems not just simply learning methods.

I provide intensive exam preparation and my pupils have frequently achieved top grades. My students are normally referred to me from other satisfied pupils and I tend to get very busy. However I am taking on new students at the moment and do have some availability.

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Amir $65-75/hr

Finance, Accountancy, Actuarial Science; - Society of Actuaries, Institute & Faculty of Actuaries, ACCA (discontinued);

I have been associated with finance and actuarial professions for over 15 years and self-studied for these qualifications while working full time.

Whilst working in financial services I provided training on various topics, conducted mentoring sessions and explained complex financial concepts to multiple stakeholders.

I started tutoring since last year and have taught various subjects (e.g. Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Corporate Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Mathematics, Financial Economics, Risk Management, Excel techniques etc.) to Accountancy, Finance, Actuarial and MBA students.

I look forward to be your tutor!

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Raghul $60-70/hr

AI for Environmental Risks - Cambridge

-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 Sciences

-School Chemistry tutor - chosen to taught GCSE and AS-level Chemistry to students who were struggling with the material

-Physics tutor - taught GCSE physics to students struggling with course material

-English language tutor - created and taught lessons to classes of 20+ in RDFZ School, Beijing


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Adem $50-60/hr

PhD - Queen Mary

- Approximately four hours a week for four years (roughly 384 hours in total) tutoring undergraduates and marking homework in areas such as complex analysis and statistical mechanics

- 1-to-1 and group study sessions for a number of different private tutoring agencies totalling around 120 hours in Maths and Physics for levels ranging from KS3 all the way up to undergraduate level

- Worked at the SEPnet to try and get A-Level students to study Physics at university by participating in a variety of projects including secondary school trips with presentations, open day events for both students and the general public and mentoring a group of A-level students who were giving a presentation.

- Have given talks of various lengths to audiences of consisting of members of the general public of about 30-50 people about physics topics and my research.

- Have received training in scientific communication as part of the SEPnet work where I was trained in empirically proven methods of what actually makes a student learn better

- Have worked to create notes and educational material for university students in areas of maths and physics using LaTeX programming language along with other resources

- Have also acted as a tutor for two different disabled university students to help them learn maths modules, including a blind student.



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Joe $65-75/hr

PhD in Economics - University of Lancaster

I have several years of experience lecturing in economics at a leading UK university, and have PhD, MSc and BSc (Hons.) degrees in economics. I have been a professional tutor since 2014, during which time I have had the pleasure of working one-on-one with many students to develop their understanding of their course material, as well as their academic study skills. I am an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy which reflects my commitment to honing my own teaching abilities.


I appreciate that every student has their own strengths and preferred method of learning. As such, I take the time to understand the needs of each of my students and adapt my tutoring approach as appropriate. I aim to develop my students’ confidence by encouraging them to share their knowledge and experience. I strive to provide intuitive explanations of complex topics, while making sure students do not neglect the important details nor lose sight of the bigger picture.


My passion for the subjects I teach helps make my lessons engaging and keeps the student enthused. My experience as an examiner puts me in a good position to advise on exam skills.


I have strong academic credentials; I have authored peer-reviewed economics research and I have been invited to present my research by universities across Economics. I have provided econometrics consultancy to UK government departments.

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Juan $40-50/hr

Management - Applied Statistics - City University

Preparation, patience and the capacity to imagine the student's position, while taking into account different modes of learning, can summarise what makes a good teacher.

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