I've worked with a range of students during my time as a tutor - some of my favourite success stories include:
• Providing essay and dissertation support to an MBA student at Birkbeck. The student had been scoring C grades for much of her course but wrote an excellent dissertation, deservedly receiving an 'A'. Having been awarded a "merit" for her overall qualification, she is now considering embarking on a PhD.
• Supporting an ICAEW ACA student at a Big Four firm, who was in danger of dismissal for exam failure. Having helped the student pass his next exam and avert the immediate danger, I supported him to a pass in each of his subsequent exams. He is now on the verge of completing the qualification.
• Helping a Big Four trainee who was on her "last chance" at the firm to pass her ICAS CA advanced stage exam.
• Working with an undergraduate at East Anglia University who needed to repeat a failed module in order to move onto his final year of study. I re-taught him the module over the course of the year, helping him to a strong pass.
I have extensive experience supporting students who speak English as a second language. I have also worked with a number of dyslexic students.
Prior to becoming a tutor, I acquired a range of teaching experience in a professional context including graduate training, course development and delivery, and creation of e-learning modules.
Michael's last completed
job with Damilola:
Intensive - ACCA FA; Financial Accounting
Preparing to sit for the exam by the end of December or early January.
I can start tutorial and exam preparation by Dec 15
I have a vast range of financial work experience in manufacturing and financial services as well as tutoring professional accountancy students. During my industry career I designed and delivered many training session adapting to the participants requirements
Kirsty's last completed
job with Arvin:
1-2 hrs/week - ACCA- F9 Financial Management
Tuition needed for this subject as it is quite demanding. UK-based and fully qualified, it'd be ideal if they specialise in F9 Financial Management as well.
Kirsty's last review in Professional from Arvin: Dividend and cost of capital (equity & debt) questions Same as last time regarding the work files. Good lesson, but as mentioned having difficulty with the files. Spires technical issue?
I am a subject specialist being a qualified lawyer with over 20 years experience in civil litigation. I am an experienced tutor/lecturer/assessor in the following areas: wills and probate, inheritance and tax, contract law, law of tort, law of nuisance, vicarious liability, forensic law, general defences, policing law, criminal law, judicial system, human rights, law and morality, equality law, employment law, family law, sources of law and CILEx levels 2, 3 and 6. I give learners appropriate support to enable them to achieve their academic and vocational targets. I have 6 years experience in teaching adult learners (19+) who are either progressing on to higher education at University, trainee lawyers studying via the CILEx route or already at university. I am able to provide 1-1 online sessions in a virtual classroom or alternatively I am happy to prepare a plan for you to answer set work providing you with key information as well as reviewing and appraising any work due for submission. I am also able to set a revision plan and prepare a visual aid for your revision strategy. Being an online tutor is excellent for both of us as we can be in the comfort of our own homes at a mutually convenient time.
Sarah's last completed
job with Christine:
Occasional - Topic: CILEX Level 6 Employment Law and Practice of Employment Law
Goals: January 2020 Exam Session
Start Date: As soon as possible
Sarah's last review in Professional from Christine: starting class late (original timed out). Client already paid previously. Brilliant and thorough class with Sarah, the tricky concepts of this topic were explained clearly and I feel much more confident now!
I have over 25 years experience in preparing students for success in professional accounting exams
Mick's last completed Professional job with Lyndsey: Over 2 hrs/week - I am struggling to get my head around F1 CIMA, my exam is the end of June and I need to pass first time !
I have experience assessing students for AAT to ensure they are competent. I review student portfolios and hold professional discussions to sign students off.
I write & deliver online training courses for those wanting to know more, or those who are currently studying Accounting qualifications.
I also write exam questions for ICB.
Darren's last completed Professional job with Bernadette: 1-2 hrs/week - Currently studying AAT level 3 and struggling to pass the exam for Advanced Bookkeeping, think some one-to-one help would be beneficial. I'e attached the last practice assessment that I completed to give an idea of the areas I'm need assistance with.
Darren's last review in Professional from Bernadette: Initial class to discuss requirements and cover some student questions. If you are able to post any questions you have on here first, I can prepare to save time on Monday. Don't worry if you're not able. Really helpful, Darren is very knowledgeable!
I studied accounting and finance for four years at university, constantly placing within the top ten of my classes. During my university time and my training as an accountant I have been tutoring both accounting and finance students. For the last two years I have also tutored numerous students in preparation for professional chartered accountant exams. I am young, dynamic and have a passion for young people succeeding. Accordingly, I am fully committed to the success of my students and require the same level of commitment from them to ensure their success.
Connor's last completed Professional job with diana: Occasional - I am struggling with regression statistics and financial modelling.
I have a great deal of experience in teaching Accounting related subjects within the spectrum of Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Finance and Auditing subjects since 2006. I am currently a sessional lecturer/tutor at the La Trobe University.
In the mean time I have been teaching mathematics subjects for high schools in Melbourne since 2013
I have very awesome feedback from the students I taught since 2013.
Lester 's last completed
job with Sandy:
Occasional - I have a document where accounting changes have been made to a P&L. A P&L was incorrect and I have made corrections to the P&L. I need to create a presentation lasting 10 mins or so how why I have made the changes and the accounting concepts. This will be to 1 CIMA qualified person and 2 non financial individuals. Also, I may get questioned on the presentation and I do not know what I would get asked. You questioning me would help. I have not created a presentation yet. I will do. I would like the tutor to go over it, help make my presentation better and then think about what questions would be asked.
I need a strong accountant (UK) who can translate finance into non financial terms.
Can do weekday evenings and weekends. Maybe the odd morning.
During 2018, Marco has been academic lecturer at the University of Pavia, Italy, teaching the course Quantitative Finance with R, which is a special section of the MSc in Finance course Quantitative Finance. Moreover, during the previous academic year, he was tutor and teaching assistant for the course Econometrics (3rd year BSc in Economics) at the University of Genova, Italy.
Marco has also a relevant tutor experience. He taught both in person and online to a variety of student at BSc and MSc level. He is specialised in quantitative subjects such as Econometrics and programming.
Holding a BSc and two MSc, Marco definitely gained expertise in structuring dissertations in Statistics, Econometrics and Financial Econometrics (subjects of his three dissertations). In addition, doing research on a daily basis for his PhD strengthened his taste for original works and for literature review building.
Marco's last completed Professional job with diana: Occasional - I am struggling with regression statistics and financial modelling.
I have been teaching Economics, Statistics and Econometrics since I was in college. After leaving college, I became a full-time professional tutor. I have worked with students who were complete beginners, as well as those who were facing challenges in mastering advanced topics.
I completely understand the initial struggle in decoding the concepts and formulas. I am adept in breaking down these concepts so that students can understand them. I use simple examples so that students can make sense of these topics. I don't encourage memorization and simply recalling the formulas, instead, I focus on the 'why' and 'how'.
I understand that every student has a different way of understanding things. Some students understand the concepts when explained through analogies, others when shown mathematical foundation behind them. I modify my teaching methodology depending on what the student is comfortable with.
Shubh's last completed
job with Elma:
1-2 hrs/week - I am seeking a patient statistics tutor to help me start learning statistical analysis. My aim is to be competent with the Statistical Software R in order to secure at least an entry role in statistics within the next year or two. I am intermediate level at Excel and so I can do some descriptive data analysis on here (mainly with financial data) and I have completed a crash course in qualitative and quantitative data analysis as a preparatory course for my MSc (I am actually re-reading some of the quant. stuff now and realising I am a little out of my depth). I am working full time and thought it would be good to have a 1.5 lesson each fortnight? I live in West London but work near Didcot Parkway so I can actually meet at either location (although I prefer London). I am actually not very strong in maths which is why I used a qualitative approach in my MSc so I would need guidance on where to start. I am interested in picking this topic up because I actually quite like the logic behind the stats and find it rewarding to learn about. Initially I wanted to get into data visualisation (Tableau) but I realsied I might need to know a bit about how to analyse the data as well in order to get a job in this.
Hope you can help
I worked as a TA at the University of California and worked at different universities in Turkey (Bilgi, 29 Mayis, Galatarasaray universities). Hence I have experience in teaching. While teaching, I give examples from daily life and make students think about these which makes learning process more participating.
Orcan's last completed Professional job with Zuzana: Over 2 hrs/week - I need help with programming in Eviews to carry out various data manipulations and analysis.