I have a positive attitude and a passion to assist and motivate struggling learners and is key to building confidence and achieving academic goals. I find, from my own experience, that people learn things differently and at different paces; when students struggle with a subject, it’s usually because their learning style conflicts with the style or pace with which it is being taught. I gained interests and academic success in mathematics and sciences which led me to apply for an engineering undergraduate course. I have worked in many academic positions as an academic mentor for undergraduates at the Department of Engineering, and mentoring 13+, GCSE, A-Level students.
Subjects I teach
Maths and Further Maths (13+, GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate)
Science – Physics (13+, GCSE, and A-Level), Chemistry (13+, GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate)
Engineering – General Engineering (GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate)
Chemical Engineering (Undergraduate)
• Physics • A Level • A* 2010
• Chemistry • A Level • A 2010
• Further Maths • A Level • A* 2010
• Mathematics • A Level • A* 2009
• General Engineering • Master’s 1st 2014 • Oxford University
• Chemical Engineering • PhD • Pass 2018 • Oxford University
My Passion And How I Inspire
Mentoring one-on-one gives the opportunity to learn at the student’s optimal pace. I strongly believe that success at school and beyond is based on strategy, time management, and self-confidence. My passion, diligence and creative skill-set drive my students to succeed.
I can name the first 100 digits of pi.