While studying for my A-Levels, I earned the position of Ambassador for both the Maths and Economics Departments. In this role I gained extensive experience tutoring younger students in these subjects. At university I similarly tutored younger students in my subject, Psychology and Philosophy. Since moving to London, I have tutored students in topics ranging from UCAS Applications and Personal Statements, to A-Level Mathematics and Economics, to English language and psychology.
Subjects I teach
Psychology up to undergraduate level
Philosophy up to undergraduate level
Mathematics up to A-Level
English up to A-Level
Economics up to A-Level
Geography up to GCSE
Oxbridge Applications (including personal statement, entrance exams and interview technique)
US Universities Applications (including Common Application and SATs/ACTs preparation)
2.1 BA (Hons) in Psychology and Philosophy from University of Oxford
A*AAA at A-Level (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Economics, English Literature)
AAAAA at AS Level (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Economics, English Literature, Fine Art)
from Haybridge High School and Sixth Form
US High School Diploma (GPA = 4.60)
5 in Advanced Placement Psychology
5 in Advanced Placement Human Geography
2100 in SAT
My Approach to Private Tuition
My approach to tutoring focuses on igniting students’ interest and engagement while making lessons as enjoyable as possible. I start by identifying the specific needs of each student, then tailor lessons in order to directly meet those needs and help students maximise their potential while their understanding and confidence grows.
My video Introduction
When I was 11 years old, I won first prize at an international problem solving competition for my project on income inequality. The competition was based on Colorado, USA; while there I got to swim in the Colorado River and ride horseback through the Rocky Mountains!