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Alice T

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Alice Private Tutor
Alice Private Tutor
Home Tutoring
No Online Tutoring
No International Tutoring

£50 /hr


My Experience

I have had 2 years classroom experience aiding Key stage 3 students in science classes at the Knights Templar School, Baldock.
I have experience tutoring Students for their GCSE sciences in Edexel and IGCSE exam boards.
I also tutor first year Undergraduate Geophysics students in the Maths and Physics modules.

Subjects I teach

Maths up to A-Level
Physics up to A-Level
Geography up to A-Level
L.A.M.D.A up to grade 8
Science GCSE

My Qualifications

I am currently Studying for an MSc in Geophysics at University College London.
A-Levels at the Knights Templar School: Maths A, Physics A, Geography B.
AS-Levels: Further Maths A.
GCSEs: Maths A*, Physics A*, Chemistry A*, Biology A*,Geography A* English Language A*, English Literature A, Music A, Drama A, French A.
Grade 8 Distinction in the LAMDA exams

My Approach to Private Tuition

In secondary school I had an amazing geography teacher. While I was in his class my grades jumped up dramatically, boosting my GCSE geography grade all the way up to an A*. This is because he had such passion and enthusiasm for the subject and he easily conveyed that to us. This enthusiasm made studying and learning fun and exciting. I wish to follow in his footsteps. I have a passion for the natural world and explaining it through the use of Sciences and Maths. I try to wave this into each and every one of my lessons making learning an interesting experience.

Each child is individual, and I find great importance in working in harmony with the child’s individual thinking style. I encourage students to explain to me their thought processes for all problems, through speech, notes and diagrams. This leaves the students with a methodical way of thinking about problems that is unique to them and can be applied again and again.

My video Introduction

Fun fact

I spent one summer trekking to 4100m up a Glacier in Kyrgyzstan!

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