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Degree: Painting (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University
I am currently in my third year studying Painting at the University of Edinburgh. Art and Maths are two of my favourite and strongest subjects and I hope that my tutoring sessions can inspire you to enjoy and excel in your chosen subject!
I am a friendly and considerate person who is enthusiastic towards education. I have experience as a young guide leader so I can easily communicate with younger groups of people.
Throughout secondary school, I met regularly with a maths tutor who had a fantastic influence on me and enabled me to achieve high grades. From initially finding maths tricky, I quickly began to look forward to each tutor session and maths became one of my favourite and highest achieving subjects which is what I aim to achieve with my students.
Being a visual learner, I have always kept my notes from school very neat and tidy so we can try different methods of learning and find what the most effective and easiest way is for you!
During the sessions, I will ask you to guide what we cover. You can tell me what you are struggling with, where we will then go back to basics to ensure you have a core understanding which you can then work with.
With maths, I would like to do a summary at the end of each session and make sure you have learnt something new every time. Hopefully you will end up with lots of key points which will be useful during revision.
Art can be subjective, but I have a lot of experience working within different artistic groups and understand what conversations to have to push your practice further whilst motivating and inspiring you to create new, exciting work. I can also help with written work whether it is regarding Art History or how to write about your own work/artist research/exhibitions.
I would like each session to be enjoyable, and for you to come away feeling like you have learnt something very useful. My aim is for you to be able to teach me what I go through with you in the session, clearly and confidently so that I know you are able to do it independently.
Please contact me via the MyTutorWeb website if you have any queries and I will come back to you as soon as possible. Let me know of the subject you wish to be helped with and the exam board it relates to. I look forward to meeting you!
|Art||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Art and Design||A-Level||A*|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Alex (Parent) October 19 2016
The best way to do this is to approach it with originality. Express your own opinions of the Artist and their work. If you have had the opportunity to see the artists work in an exhibtion, include this within your research: you can talk about what you did and didnt like about the work and if the presentation of it in context with the space and other pieces has any effect on it. Examiners don't like to see a printed block of text which could be found online, they like to see what you have personally taken from researching the artist and their work and what you plan on doing with it (has it influenced your practice?). Including a transcription you have made from looking at the artists work will allow you to achieve the highest marks! (or sketches you potentially made at the exhibition)see more
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