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Adam B

I would like to help you achieve your goal.

Home Tutoring
No Online Tutoring
No International Tutoring

£50 /hr


My Experience

I have tutored at different levels including GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate. I started out by helping friends and family but then realised I thoroughly enjoyed tutoring so went on to do tutoring in the local area as well as some online tutoring! I graduated with a First in Chemistry so that’s my specialty but I also did triple maths at A-Level and got A*’s so I would love to tutor Maths too!

Subjects I teach

Chemistry – All levels from GCSE to Undergraduate
Mathematics – All levels from 11+ to A-Levels
Physics – All levels from GCSE to A-Levels
Further Mathematics and Additional Further Mathematics – A-Level
Oxbridge Applications and Interviews

My Qualifications

Senior Scholarship – First in 3 or more years
Sterne Scholarship – Distinction in Natural Sciences
Highest mark in the UK C3L6 – 2012
Highest mark in Round 1 UK Chemistry Olympiad – 2013
Top 50 British Physics Olympiad – 2012

Postgraduate (University of Cambridge):
Master of Natural Sciences – First Class

Graduate (University of Cambridge):
Bachelor of Arts – Natural Sciences – First-Class

A2 (Harrow School):
Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Additional Further Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics – 5A*’s

AS (Harrow School):
Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Additional Further Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Statistics – 7A’s

My Approach to Private Tuition

I tutor the way I learn, that is, always aiming to fully understand a topic or concept before moving onto more difficult ones. I think building a solid foundation is key to understanding complex ideas. I do this by  always asking questions to check progress and re-explaining when there is confusion. It’s much better to make a mistake now than in the exams! I’m friendly and I want to work with the student to achieve their potential, which I’m sure is the highest grade possible!

My video Introduction

Fun fact

I was training for the Winter Olympics!