I obtained my undergraduate degree in Physics from Imperial College, my master's degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, and I did a PhD in physics at Imperial College. I have had three years of university teaching experience, and a year of personal tutoring. I consider myself as highly qualified in teaching maths and physics because that is what I have been doing for my entire life. My knowledge about these topics outside the scope of GCSE and A-Level makes the students to become very passionate about pursing science and maths as a higher degree education. I only tutor a select few of students at any time to ensure that I can deliver bespoke and high quality tutoring. I tend to build strong rapport with the students and that has proven to be crucial in achieving the objectives. I'd want to flourish the potential of young people and make leaders out of them. There is no better feeling for me than sharing my knowledge with young people and see them prosper.
|University of Cambridge||Mathematics||MSc|
I have three years of teaching advanced physics courses to university students at Imperial College, and about 150 hours of personal tutoring Maths, Physics, Further Maths, Mechanics and Statistics at the levels of GCSE and A-Level.