Chemistry Foundation Degree Level: One-to-one sessions with a foundation degree student. Improved GPA from 18% to 61% in 6 months.
Chemistry A-Level (OCR): Two students, one-to-one sessions with A-Level students, both for 1 year.
Chemistry A-Level (AQA): Group revision lessons for A-Level students in School.
Biology A-Level (Edexcel): Two students, one-to-one sessions with A-Level students, both for 1 year.
One student, Intermittent revision session during half terms over a year.
Maths AS-Level (Edexcel): One student, 3 months, one-to-one sessions to prepare for re-sits. Student went up a grade in exams.
Science GCSEs and iGCSEs (Edexcel, AQA, OCR, CIE): Eight students, one-to-one sessions from six months to a year each.
Rotating group and one-to-one sessions in schools for three years.
Maths GCSE and iGCSE (Edexcel, OCR, CIE): Twelve students, one-to-one sessions from sixth months to a year each.
Rotating group and one to one sessions in schools for three years.
English GCSE: Rotating one-to-one sessions in schools for three years.
11+ (Latymer, Queen’s Gate, More House, Portland Place)
Subjects I teach
All Chemistry to Foundation Degree Level
Organic Chemistry to Undergraduate Level
Biology to A-Level
Maths to A-Level
Physics to GCSE Level
English to GCSE Level
Gold Medal for the International Genetic Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition
Undergraduate and Postgraduate (University College London):
Natural Sciences MSci (BSc + MSc)
(Organic Chemistry and Neuroscience specialism) – 2.1
Undergraduate Module (Open University)
Genetics and Health Issues
A2 (Highams Park School):
Biology, Chemistry and Maths (AAA)
AS (Highams Park School):
Biology, Chemistry, Maths and English Literature (AAAB)
My Approach to Private Tuition
In most cases the goal of tuition is to achieve the highest grades possible for the individual student. I believe that the best way to do that is to teach how to answer exam questions, rather than teaching content alone. These two things are deceptively different and often trip students up on the day of the exam. In addition, I believe it is important to learn personal strategies to deal with issues of confidence, exam nerves and organization. My approach incorporates these things into each tutorial. Last but certainly not least, it’s important to me that my students enjoy their tutorials. This makes remembering the information learned much easier.
My video Introduction
I can relocate my own dislocated shoulder!