With two degrees in Engineering and over 4 years of industrial experience I have developed an approach of teaching mathematics and sciences by filling up my lessons with real life examples and engine parts. With the experience I have, I consider myself as the person who has the capability to convince a student that Mathematics and Science can be interesting. I specialise in GCSE and A Levels mathematics and Science with over 30 students all of which have a success story to tell. I have a three point approach towards teaching, building a relationship with the pupil, developing an interest in the subject and then keeping them engaged in the topic by sharing the importance of what they are studying. I believe part of the tutor’s job is to improve the results, whilst inducing a long lasting love for the subject they teach, I do just that. I have taught 11+ students to final year University students and believe every student has what it takes to excel, they all they require is a push to lift off.
I have been working as an Aerospace Engineer for the past three years working on high temperature super alloys for Jet Engines. In the past five years I have accumulated over 500 hours of private tutoring experience, teaching more than 50 students all over Central and West London. I have taught Science and Mathematics to 11+ and have extensive experience in Science and Mathematics at GCSE and A Levels. I have taught different exam boards including Edexcel, OCR AQA and WJEC.
Currently I am tutoring four students Science and Mathematics at GCSE and A Levels. As a Visiting Researcher, at University College London, I teach Mathematics and Mechanics to third year B.Eng students. I am supervising two MSc Mechanical Engineering students in their dissertations. I am involved in checking papers and marking assignments at UCL. I have prepared students for GRE and SAT mathematics.
2014 – 15 University College London
M.Sc (Eng) Mechanical Engineering-Full International Postgraduate Cross Scholarship
Key Modules: Materials & Fatigue / Fracture Analysis (72%), Vibrations, Acoustics & Control (77%), New and Renewable Engineering Systems (81%), Project Management (74%) Group Design Project (87%)
2009 – 13 University of Bath
B.Eng. (Hons) Aerospace Engineering - Four year course with 12 months industrial placement
Achieved: High 2.1
Key Modules: Modern Manufacturing with integrated factory design; Aircraft Propulsion course on gas turbine technology; Modeling and Techniques using different mathematical methodologies to model practical scenarios; Structural Mechanics; Design & Design Materials; and Manufacturing.
2004 – 07 Froebel’s International School
A-Levels: Mathematics (A), Further Mathematics (A), Physics (B). AS-level: Chemistry AS (B)
O-level Grades: Mathematics (A), Physics (A), Statistics(A), Chemistry (B), Additional Mathematics (B) and Urdu (B).
“Thanks for helping me get an A* in GCSE Mathematics, you are a star”
“The amount of knowledge he has is truly outstanding, extremely lucky that he taught my child.”
“He has the power to make any student fall in love with Mathematics, highly recommended.”
“He can make all the difference.”
“Turned an E into a B, remarkable.”
I was a member of the University of Bath Skydiving Society with a beginners Skydiving license. I still try to fit a few jumps in whenever the weather allows me too!