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Degree: Economics (Bachelors) - Birmingham University
Currently I am a student at University of Birmingham - studying Economics BSc. Maths is the most versatile and dynamic subject to be taught! Whether you want to follow the traditional science pathway - engineering, medicine etc or into social sciences - economics, finance or accounting, maths is an essential subject regrdless of the profession you want to go into.
Ever since Year 9 I've been involved in teaching sports such as badminton and table tennis at school clubs for younger children. During my A levels I also volunteered my free time in teaching and assisting Year 7 students in Maths at a weekly basis. This was more to ensure that the students had someone that they could share their issues with that they may be unable to during a class. It also provided them with an opportunity to put in more work to improve.
In the sessions firstly I will explain the theory behind the solution or how the solution is approached on a maths question so that students feel confident in tackling any questions that they may face - by following the set of logical steps. Ensuring a strong foundation is set so that students can tackle any variants of the question. I will also implement as many diagrams using axis as possible as the alternative to the theoretical approach.
If you have any questions you can 'WebMail' them or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session' (both can be accessible through the website) and don't forget to let me know regarding the Exam Board you are studying! Hope to see you all soon!
|Maths||11 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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It may sound cliched - however to get the highest marks in Maths at A levels means going beyond your exam board! Do not just rely on the past paper questions from your exam board but try a few papers from the other exam boards! Especially since now more than ever students are being asked to apply their knowledge rather than follow a series of calculations. Hence fully understand the material - what and how the solution is approached and when it can be applied. Also a strong recommendation to getting 90%+ is by trying the notoriously tricky Delphis and Solomon papers.see more