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Tutors in SW postcode

Gold Daryl Rugless Knightsbridge, SW1X
Gold Viv Victoria & Dorking, SW1
Silver Amy Williams London, SW2
Gold Sam S Fulham, SW6
Charles Bowyer Battersea, SW11
Susanna Maths Tutor London, SW11
Mark the Tutor Streatham, SW16
Gold Fan Fan Wong South Wimbledon, SW19

Nearby Tuition Centres

Wemms Education Unlimited Ashtead, KT21
Phi Tuition Chiswick, W4

Tutors travelling to SW

Gold richardg Richmond, TW10
Gold Simon Wang London, E3
Gold Gorkem Waterloo, SE1
Gold P Godden Ashford, Kent, TN24
Silver Dr Arjun Malhotra London, SE19
Gold Matthew Brown North West London, NW7
Gold Iskander Abraham Chiswick, W4
Gold Lee Reps Surrey, KT12
Silver Surefire Dan Stanmore, NW11
Gold Sunder Annamraju Cobham, Surrey, KT11
Silver Ben Karp Kingston, Surrey, KT1
Gold Waqar Slough, SL1
Gold Leena North London, N3
Gold A John Clare Kingston on Thames, KT4
JN1 Kingston, KT1
Gold Sam Jenkins Ladywell SE London, SE13
Gold SLakha Hounslow, TW4
Gold Louisa Gray Isleworth, TW7
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Online Tutors

Philip Bradfield Dunfermline, Fife, KY12
Jay Patel Park Royal, NW10
Gold A John Clare Kingston on Thames, KT4
Gold Leena North London, N3
Gold Nick Collier Andover, Hampshire, SP11
Gold Raj Jain Harrow, HA8
Gold Dr. Victor Bluett Sutton, Surrey, SM2
Silver IanSwift - Maths Tutor Leicester, LE9
Gold Stefan Gugura Ipswich, IP4
Gold Louisa Gray Isleworth, TW7
Gold Sandra Burne Cheltenham, GL51
Gold Meryl Williams Wokingham, RG40
Gold P Godden Ashford, Kent, TN24
Nasira Leeds, LS2
Gold Dr Emma Morgan Cambridge, CB2
Silver Nick Geere Okehampton, Devon, EX20
Gold SLakha Hounslow, TW4
Dr Gordon Braddock Emsworth, Hants, PO10
Silver George Bowman Chesterfield/Sheff, S40
Gold Miss Abhi Watford, Herts, WD19
Philip Williams Tonbridge, TN11
Gold Brian D Roberts Brighton, BN1
Silver Alan Evans Brentwood, CM14
Gold Dr Alice Crawford Greater London, IG8
Vesna Sarajcic London, E1
Cherif Makhlaf North East London, E17
Brian Cole Dudley West Mids, DY6
Gold richardg Richmond, TW10
Gold Deepa Bhatnagar Pinner, HA5
Gold Waqar Slough, SL1
Gold Miriam Linehan North London, N22
Gold Gorkem Waterloo, SE1
Silver Surefire Dan Stanmore, NW11
Gold Sunder Annamraju Cobham, Surrey, KT11
Gold Mike Brown Essex and London, SS7
Gold Dr Rajandra Shah Northampton, NN1
Gold Simon Wang London, E3
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Sam S A-level Physics Tutor (South West London)

Sam S Gold Member

  • Fulham (SW6) View on map
  • Last Logged In: 29 Sep 2014
  • Sex: Male
  • Can Travel To: SE W WC
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Personal Message
As I have been a professional tutor since graduating from Imperial College London with a BSc Physics I am well placed to give expert tuition in physics and maths.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
At GCSE level I teach science, specialising in physics, and maths. At A-Level I teach physics, maths and further maths.
Tell me about your qualifications.
I studied the BSc Physics and Music Performance at Imperial College London and the Royal College of Music graduating with second class (upper division) honours in 2012. This is a unique degree containing elements of the courses from both universities and is designed to leave both music and physics open as a career path afterwards. Previously I gained four As at A-level in Physics, Music, Maths and Further Maths and five A*s, five As and two Bs at GCSE.
What kind of experience do you have?
While studying at university I tutored around Fulham and since leaving have continued to tutor professionally gaining a large amount of experience in tutoring students between the ages of fourteen and eighteen. In addition to tuition with students found through The Tutor Pages, I also run maths and physics tuition courses for Hillcrest Revision and work for Lucullus International Educational Consultants. Students under my tuition have seen improvements to grades and have been happy with the overall result they have achieved in their final exams.
How much do you charge?
I charge a flat £35ph which includes any travel costs I may have to incur.
Where do you teach?
I do not offer tuition from my own home as there is no suitable space but because of this I regularly travel around London to students houses. I have built up a base of tuition around Wandsworth, Balham, Fulham, Hammersmith and Kensington so would like to continue teaching around there but due to the excellent transport links in London I will endeavour to incorporate students into a working timetable wherever possible.
When are you available?
During the week I am available to tutor Monday through to Thursday but tend to be very busy with current students so finding a convenient time is sometimes difficult. As tutoring usually has to fit around the school day I generally tutor from 4pm onwards and am happy to tutor until 8pm or 9pm depending on the student. I would also be able to tutor during the day but this tends to be very uncommon outside of school holidays, though this arrangement can be perfect for a boarding school student. As my work requires plenty of travel I would appreciate it if we could be flexible with time to try to minimise my travel time.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I find tuition works best on children aged 13 and over and hence prepare students for GCSE, A-Level and International Baccalaureate qualifications.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
The maths and physics courses tend to be very similar in approach across the various exam boards. I have prepared students for AQA, WJEC, OCR and Edexcel exams in GCSEs, iGCSEs and A-levels and have experience tutoring the physics and maths components of the International Baccalaureate. This means most syllabi are familiar to me but, when faced with a new syllabus, a short bit of preparation allows me to tutor it effectively. This is always to check the content of the course as I understand all the material myself but need to familiarise myself with what exactly is required for the student.
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
No. I have never worked for an organisation which requires a CRB check and hence have not had to be checked. I can say that I have no criminal record and hence can see no reason why I would not pass a CRB check if I was checked.
Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
I do not have webcam or skype access but my email is available at all times for questions.
Where and with whom did you train?
I studied Physics at Imperial College London from 2008 to 2012 and studied for A-levels and GCSEs in Maths and Science based subjects. Throughout my time at Imperial I have studied under many tutors including Dr Benjamin Sauer, Dr Arnaud Czaja, Dr Xuhua Wang, Professor Stephen Warren and Professor Richard Thompson and was under the direction of Senior Tutor Professor Raymond Murray.
Tell me about some of your current students.
Currently I am tutoring on a daily basis and have students studying maths and physics GCSEs and A-levels. From the 2014 GCSE and A-level exam results my students achieved above their expected grades with some gaining a full two grades during the couple of months leading up to the exams. I have a variety of students continuing on from last year who have achieved good exam marks in their end of year internal school exams.
Do you have a personal message for students?
Before taking tuition students need to realise that tuition does not simplify the subject they are studying. A tutor can, however, make the studying of the subject faster and easier by directly understanding what a student understands and what they do not and trying to help them by explaining concepts. Students must be open and honest about what they know in the subject and not try to hide the parts they find difficult - these are actually the most important parts of the subject for them - with the best students approaching a tutor with their own questions about the parts of a subject they are confused by. By combining their own hard work with focused work with a tutor students can very quickly improve their understanding of a subject.

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