I have worked as a teaching intern in The West London Free School teaching A level Physics and GCSE Science (mainly Physics and chemistry) and Mathematics. I have also helped students understand the nature of the different physics courses at different universities, explaining what they would learn in the modules taught, to help them choose the right degree for their personal interests or the degree programmes with otherwise most practical modules offered.
During university I have worked as first a mentor, and later organiser for the Peer Assisted Study Support scheme in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Queen Mary University of London, tutoring foundation year, 1st year and 2nd year students to help them achieve their best during their degrees.
Subjects I teach
Physics up to undergraduate
Final year MSci Physics student at Queen Mary University of London, on track for first class honours. Specialising in particle physics, data analysis and quantum field theory.
My Passion And How I Inspire
Having previously worked as a teaching intern at The West London Free School and mentor in the Peer Assisted Study Support scheme during university, I have gained experience in teaching and tutoring, but most of all learnt how fulfilling it is to share knowledge and support people in their studies.
I am a 4th dan in Olympic Taekwondo.