IB Maths Tuition in Westminster (Bayswater, Marylebone, Belgravia and Maida Vale)
Tutors in Westminster
Tutors travelling to Westminster
- Vesna Sarajcic Bishopsgate, E1
- Dr. Atul Rana Hoxton, N1
- Laurence Collin Angel, N1
- Kas Silas Kentish Town, NW5
- Matthew Brown Mill Hill, NW7
- Jay Patel Kensal Green, NW10
- Gorkem Waterloo, SE1
- Sam Jenkins Lewisham, SE13
- Viv Battersea, SW1
- Amy Williams Tulse Hill, SW2
- Natasha Tiwari Fulham, SW6
- Halar Mirani Sloane Square, SW7
- Charles Bowyer Battersea, SW11
- Mark the Tutor Streatham, SW16
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- Personal Message
- I have a Ph.D in the philosophy of physics and five years' experience as a private tutor, my students have secured places at top private schools including scholarships to Eton and St Paul's.
- Which subject(s) do you teach?
- I teach mathematics and the sciences from 11+ to GCSE and mathematics, physics and biology at A-Level. Interview preparation and university level tuition in physics and philosophy are also available.
- Tell me about your qualifications.
- Ph.D from Bristol University in the Philosophy of Physics
M.Sci from Bristol University in Physics and Philosophy
- What kind of experience do you have?
- For the past five years I have accumulated over 1700 hours of private tuition experience. Most of my work involves bringing struggling students up to speed to pass exams at 11 or 13+. I also specialise in preparing students for scholarships to Eton, St Paul's and Winchester. I occasionally stay with clients for residential work too, usually over the summer. Much of my teaching takes place over Skype and I have students in Japan and Hong Kong as well as London.
Here is a short list of recent successful students:
Eton King's scholarship 2015
Eton King's scholarship 2015
Winchester 13+ 2015
Eton King's scholarship 2014
Eton common entrance 2014
St Paul's scholarship 2014
13+ entrance to Dulwich College x2 2014
13+ entrance to Harrow 2014
A-level physics, entrance to Bristol University 2014
A-level maths, entrance to UCL 2014
- How much do you charge?
- I charge £50 per hour for all tuition.
- Where do you teach?
- I teach mainly around west London (Holland Park, South Kensington, Knightsbridge, Battersea, Sloane Square) but travel further during busy times of year. Increasingly my students are opting for tuition over Skype or FaceTime as this makes scheduling lessons far easier.
- When are you available?
- I am free on weekdays all day for Skype or FaceTime lessons. For in-person lessons I teach mainly after school (4-8pm) and occasionally at weekends. School holidays are also a busy time for me.
- Which ages and levels do you teach?
- 10 and above.
- Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
- Common entrance
AS - A2 level
University entrance and interview preparation
- Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
- Yes. I can also provide references upon request.
- Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
- I use Skype and FaceTime for online tutoring. Also screen sharing with Skype allows me to give slideshows and show diagrams with powerpoint and keynote.
- Do you belong to any professional organisations?
- Tell me about some of your current students.
- An 11 year old student of mine was underperforming in her sciences so we have weekly lesson to boost her confidence and motivation. At first I found she had little interest in working on science but over the past few months I have worked hard to develop her enthusiasm for the subject and her grades are inching up.
I have a 14 year old student preparing to enter the British education system, my job is to bring him up to speed in maths and the sciences IGCSE. Our lessons take place over Skype, I find this can be a highly effective method of teaching especially for encouraging students to take responsibility for their own notes and research.
A 12 year old student of mine found that he fell behind in maths so we are doing weekly lessons in-person to improve his understanding and exam technique. His progress is very encouraging, especieally the improvement in the presentation of his work.
A GCSE student of mine is having weekly Skype lessons so we can explore more advanced topics in maths and science. We frequently find ourselves working on A-Level content or otherwise interesting material which is not on the syllabus.
- Do you have a personal message for students?
- In physics, understand units. In maths, practise. It is normal to find these subjects hard. They are. But they also make sense; the more time you can devote to them the more surprised you will be by their elegance and your ability.
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