I like to make each client’s experience unique and most importantly deliver a service that harmonises with the student’s way of working. By building a professional but personable relationship with the student, I can understand how he/she thinks and through this adapt my teaching style to best suit their way of working. Whether this is providing problem sheets to help develop technique to more abstract exploring and thinking on a whiteboard, I hope to be able to use the various tools that I have been exposed to and that I have developed to provide a fulfilling experience where the student progresses but importantly feels more comfortable and confident in the study material and their abilities.
I am a graduate training assistant as part of my PhD, by which, I teach tutorial classes and supervise laboratory experiments conducted by undergraduates in their first three years of a chemical engineering degree. I have experience specifically as a tutor in various engineering topics from fluid mechanics to process analysis to separation processes. I have also tutored students at A-level and GCSE in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. Furthermore, I have been a mentor at high school for students and my current position as a sub-warden in university halls strengthens by pastoral support that I can offer to clients.
I have a MEng 1st Class Honors degree in chemical engineering from Imperial College, London. I have A-levels in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics (2A*s and 2As) and 11A* at GCSE. As a sub-warden at Imperial College, I am responsible for the safety, health and wellbeing of 350 students. As part of this, I am trained in emergency first aid with AED training and mental health first aid.
I played American football for my university in the Premiership South division as defensive and offensive lineman for three years whilst at Imperial College.