Hi, I'm Jeremy and I am currently doing a Master degree in Maths and Statistics at Imperial College London. At Imperial college, I teach some first year undergraduate maths student as a tutor to help them adapt university maths. What makes me a great tutor is that I encourage students to think the intuition behind a maths question so that they can apply a method to similar problems. This means students are not simply memorise formulae but are able to think more independently. In my spare time, I play badminton regularly and a big fan of football and basketball.
|Imperial College London||Mathematics||BSc|
|Imperial College London||Statistics & Mathematics||MSc|
During my 4th year in Imperial College London, I regularly teach a small class of first year undergraduates one hour per week. During the session, instead of simply writing down the answer, I will ask the students to tackle the problem independently first and guide through the problem. This will make the session more engaging and the student are able to work more independently. Most of the student in my class find university maths is very different from A-level at the begining. With my help, they can keep up with the lectures very well and obtained upper second in their first year examination.