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Degree: Politics, Philosophy and Economics (Bachelors) - Exeter University
I am studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Exeter. My degree incorporates a wide variety of disciplines and skills that will allow me to help tutees through a spectrum of problems and challenges. My passion for Politics and current affairs is something I hope to instil in tutees by offering my expertise in global politics and international relations, whilst engaging in tutorials that are relevant and pre-planned. As well as this, my degree encompasses extensive essay practice, which is extremely relevant to helping with both GCSE and A-level coursework. Beyond this, my ability in Maths and Economics will allow me to explain concepts so they become digestible and easy to understand.
Past tutoring experience
In school I was a mentor for younger children with learning disabilities. Through this I have learned that it is important to be patient and to have an understanding of the different ways that individuals learn best. I think that it is absolutely vital to first get an understanding for a tutees preferred learning style before engaging in tutorials.
In order for tutees to get the most out of the tutorials I intend to pre plan lessons focusing on areas that they find most challenging. As well as this, I want tutorials to be fun! I have a good sense of humour and I have always enjoyed learning, my hope that this will translate into a fun learning experience for my tutees.
|Economics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Politics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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