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I am a PhD student in Theoretical Plasma Physics and a college lecturer at Oxford university, I'm also an enthusiastic tutor, and I would be excited to help you improve your understanding of Maths/Physics/Engineering.

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Recent Students: 7 |

Total Hours: 254 |

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All-time Students: 21 |

Total Classes: 201 |

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Recent Students: 7 | Total Hours: 254 | Last Online: |

All-time Students: 21 | Total Classes: 201 | Signed Up: |

I am currently doing a PhD in Plasma Physics, however I have always enjoyed all (ok, maybe most) areas of physics and mathematics, having done almost 30 courses on these subjects over my degree. I came to Oxford in 2013 to start my undergraduate degree and stayed here to do a PhD.

I found the school exams and especially University admission process (personal statements, tests and interviews) to be a stressful period and am glad I had people around to help me prepare for it. Therefore I would be very happy to help others with getting through these tasks.

I really enjoy teaching others and believe that good communication between the teacher and student is necessary for student to improve in any subject.

More about me: I am a big fan of sports, food, films and outdoors.

I am an enthusiastic and a reassuring tutor. I think the fear of asking a question can be a major hindrance to studentsâ€™ progress, so I do my best to make sure students feel comfortable in the classes to express their ideas and tell me whenever anything is unclear.

Having completed a degree in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics, I am confident in teaching any topics from Physics/Engineering/Mathematics to school students as well as helping them prepare for university admission tests/interviews in these areas.

I have experience teaching school students remotely. In 2021-2023 I was a tutor with COMPOS, an Oxford outreach initiative. I taught Year 12/13 students A-level topics in Physics and Mathematics. I gave weekly 60-90min classes to a group of 1-6 students remotely and marked up to 22 assignments from each student.

I also have a lot of experience with Oxford undergraduate admissions. In 2017, 2018, 2022 I was an interviewer for Physics. I was also a PAT marker (undergraduate physics admission test for Oxford) in 2017, 2018, 2020. Therefore I know how best to prepare for the interview and the admissions tests.

Since 2017 I have also been a tutor or a teaching assistant for a variety of Oxford University courses, from first year courses in electromagnetism and mechanics, to graduate courses in condensed matter and plasma physics.

School: IB/A/AS-level/GCSE Mathematics, Physics, Further Mathematics courses.

University admissions tests: PAT, MAT, ENGAA, STEP.

University admissions Interviews: Physics, Engineering, Mathematics.

University Undergraduate: Courses in Physics.

*Fantastic help- really good explanations. Would highly recommend Mantas*

Helen - Oxbridge Entrance

*Excellent tutor! Extremely knowledgeable and helpful.*

Helen - Oxbridge Entrance

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DPhil student in Theoretical Physics (Plasma and Controlled Fusion), University of Oxford (2017-)

Mathematical and Theoretical Physics (First Class Honours and Distinction), University of Oxford (2013-2017)

International Baccalaureate Diploma, Vilnius Lyceum (2011-2013)

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