I will work with the student to quickly find the problems they are having, then rebuild their knowledge or correct their misconceptions, making the relevant science or maths clear and easy to understand. Ultimately driving my students towards their best, while making the learning process fun, enjoyable and inspirational.
Working as an examiner for the major exam boards in the UK has given me a detailed understanding of examination requirements, I extend this insight to my students, giving them not only the required knowledge for their exams but also the very best exam technique and problem solving skills. This gives my students the confidence they need to reach their full potential.
After every tutorial I can provide worksheets and problems. These will be selected for the level of the student and they will be relevant to their exam board. I set work that is designed to challenge students, route out any gaps, misunderstandings or miscomprehension that they might have, so that we can correct this in future tutorials. I also provide free worksheets on this site:
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics, and Masters in Nanoscience and a PhD in Chemical Physics. I also have a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (science specialising physics). I taught for three years in a secondary school as a fully qualified teacher. I know of no other online physics tutor that is both a qualified teacher and a PhD graduate.
I have a Master’s degree from the Nottingham University School of Chemistry and a PhD in Chemical Physics as well as completing three semesters of undergraduate mathematics. Couple this with over ten years’ experience teaching and tutoring these subjects, this all means that I am one of the most qualified and experienced tutors for both chemsitry and maths.
I have over five years’ experience teaching live and online classes with great success. If you are a school or group looking for an online tutor please get in touch. I can handle all planning, teaching, work allocation, marking, levelling, reports and everything else that you would expect from an experience classroom teacher. If you are interesting in joining a group please:
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