I have worked as a private tutor for two years in Barcelona. I was teaching English to Spanish children in primary school aged 8 and 10 years old. They went on to achieve top marks in the subject at school.
Subjects I teach
Spanish all levels
I am currently a Mechanical Engineering student at Imperial College London (2013-2017, First class expected). My course includes a Masters in Engineering (MEng). Modules taken in my second year of study include: Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Mechatronics, Heat Transfer, amongst others.
I graduated from Europa International School in Barcelona with honours, (9.5 average mark) from the Spanish Baccalaureate. I was given the Award of Excellence for my end of high school Research Project. Throughout my school years, I was involved in the International Model United Nations (IMUN), where I took part in debates about topics that are relevant to our society in a world summit in Lisbon, as part of the Malaysian delegation.
I am part of the committee of the Spanish Society at my university, where I work as Events Officer, organising events and implementing a scheme for anyone who wants to learn the language.
I am also an active member of the Consultancy Society and the Hockey Ladies Team.
My Approach to Private Tuition
I believe that private tutoring is an excellent bonus in a student’s life as it drives them to achieve a profound understanding of the subject they’re studying. Students that I have previously tutored have seen it as an enriching experience rather than extra tedious classes. Not only did it help them improve their marks at school, but it also provided them with an exceptional overview of the entire subject field. Tutoring is a great tool to reinforce the student’s knowledge and strengthen their skills. It is also essential to provide the correct guidance for them to adopt a positive attitude towards learning; by helping them value the importance of education.
My video Introduction
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