Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: Maths and Computer Science (Masters) - Bristol University
Hi, I'm Luke, a first year university student. I have a wide range of interests, by my tutoring is focussed on Maths, Computing and Science.
I've always enjoyed both teaching and learning, even whilst at school I would Skype-tutor a lot of friends. Later, I volunteered as a Teaching assistant for a few years, and set up a CodeClub. I'm currently a member of multiple university societies that are focussed on bringing the fun of technology and CS to children and young adults.
I can offer a regular weekly or twice-weekly slots, and/or less regular, more occasional help sessions for when you especially need it.
Working through each point of the exam-board's published syllabus is a great way of making sure that you know everything you need to know for the exam, it's what really worked for me in my exams and is the structure that most of my regular tutorials take. Of course, past-paper questions are also important to practise on, especially as we get closer to your exams, so the regular sessions will also incluse some of these. Alternatively, if you have difficult homework or textbook questions that we can tackle together to aid your learning on a less regular basis, or something that your teacher said didn't quite make sense in your last class, then let me know and I'll do my best to help with that too.
I look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve those brilliant grades! :)
|Computing||A Level||£24 /hr|
|ICT||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£24 /hr|
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