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SLakha A-level Physics Tutor (Twickenham)

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I am a full time tutor, I have a great deal of knowledge in various areas of engineering and physical sciences. I use this to prepare my students for exams and entrance into university as well as supporting them while they are in University.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
I tutor Maths, Core Maths, Mechanics, Further Maths, Physics, Astronomy, Electronics, Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Dynamics, Special Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, and Engineering Topics.
Tell me about your qualifications.
I have graduated from two excellent Universities, the University of Bath with a degree in Physics and the University of Manchester with a masters in Photon Science (lasers, optics, holography) and I bring this expertise into my physics based tutorials.
What kind of experience do you have?
I have been a tutor for 3 years, but for the last 2 years I have been a full time tutor. I usually tutor between 20-30 hours a week and this has allowed to build up a lot of experience quickly, especially for the GCSE and A Level exams as the bulk of my students have been taking these exams. I like to take on University students as I enjoy the challenge.
How much do you charge?
I charge by difficulty, the more difficult it is to tutor a student/students the more I charge. My prices for tutorials start at £30 an hour for the GCSEs and will go up £45+ an hour for university students. I give significant discounts for groups and for these I start at £35 for GCSE and £45 for A Level, assuming two students. There are several ways tuition can be minimised, the student can travel to my home in hounslow/take online tutoring, lessons can be prepaid in blocks of 10 weeks or more, students can take multiple lessons in a week, they can create groups with their friends or they can refer other student to me. Ideally they would do all of the above.
Where do you teach?
I teach at my home in Hounslow, I will travel up to 20 minutes to a students home and generally this means the TW postcodes as well as some of the UB and KT postcodes. I also offer online tutoring which is available anywhere, this has proven popular with international students.
When are you available?
I am available during weekdays, evenings and weekends. I conduct extra sessions during the school holidays, half terms, easter and christmas.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I will tutor any age, as long as the student is being prepared for GCSEs or an equivalent/higher qualification. I do not deal with young children. I have tutored mature students in maths and engineering.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
I tutor for GCSE, A Level, 1st and 2nd year of university (3rd year by application only), foundation year (engineering, maths and physics), BTEC engineering, american and foreign qualifications, foreign university students and more. Maths and Physics do not change across
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
Yes, I am registered on the new subscription service.
Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
I use Skype to tutor online and I make use of free whiteboard software and a graphics tablet so that students can see what I am writing/drawing.
Do you have a personal message for students?
If you are a GCSE/ A Level student looking at taking Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Engineering or Computer Science at University I would very much like to be your guide into higher learning. I usually run Maths prep courses, it is one of the most important areas where knowledge can be picked up early, this is a major advantage to students of the Physical Sciences.