Who am I?
I am a student pursuing a Computer Science degree at the University of Edinburgh. I enjoy working on theatre lighting and am also a keen fencer which is where I initially started teaching by coaching younger fencers.
Sessions will be guided by you. Once I know what areas you need help in I will begin by ensuring you understand all the basics needed for those topics and I will then go on to build on those basics until you are confident in the topic before moving on to examples from exam papers.
I will try to make the sessions more enjoyable by relating examples to real world applications and if possible to the students passions. I find this helpful when trying to overcome problems.
If you have any questions, book a Meet the Tutor Session or send me a webmail.
|Computing||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
Sarah (Parent) June 16 2016
Samir (Parent) May 24 2016
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