Having tutored for a few years I've found that the most successful approach consists of two features which are often incompatible with the classroom: an attention to specific exam requirements and a personal and energetic focus. Inevitably, the number of students and school dynamics mean that classes often must cater to the lowest common denominator. Conversely, individual tutoring allows for an intense focus on essential course and exam specifics. Further, the right tutor combines this with an energy, excitement, and interest which is so often lost through the obligations of the classroom. As my flawless grades throughout my education show, I understand exactly what is necessary to achieve the highest marks at every level. Equally, I genuinely enjoy my subject and have endless energy interacting with people. My tutoring zeroes in on exactly how to excel - tailoring this to the student - whilst approaching subjects from a far more personable and lively place than your average lesson.
|Oxford University||English Literature and Language||BA|
I have taught various students from SAT to GCSE level over the past 3 years. From earlier stages to 13+ I have tutored in a range of subjects across disciplines - from Maths and Sciences to English and Modern Languages. At higher levels I specialise in humanities, having expertise in essay writing, argumentation, and critical practice.