I am a fourth year Mathematical Physics PhD researcher at Lancaster University. I achieved A*s in Physics and Maths at GCSE and A-level and an A* in A-level Further Maths. I have tutored students from 11+ all the way up to undergraduate level. I am a friendly and approachable teacher who enjoys helping students to push themselves. I am experienced at getting students to figure out the answer for themselves rather than just spoon-feeding them. As a marker for undergraduate homework I have a good idea of how answers should be structured. I studied Maths and Physics at Durham before moving to Lancaster for my PhD. My PhD research is in Mathematical Physics, specifically looking at modifying our current theory of gravity, General Relativity. I have published seven peer-reviewed papers and given several talks on my research. I have taught undergraduate students in many courses and also conducted outreach with local schools, which made me decide that I wanted to start tutoring.
|Durham University||Maths & Physics||MSci|
|Lancaster University||Physics PhD||PhD|
I have tutored students from 11+ up to Further Maths A-level, as well as teaching undergraduates at university.