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Wenn Humphreys University Maths Tutor (South West London)

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  • Brompton (SW5) View on map
  • Last Logged In: 22 May 2018
  • Sex: Male
  • Can Travel To: Barnet, City of London, Hammersmith and Fulham, Islington, Kingston upon Thames, Richmond upon Thames, Westminster

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  • Professional Qualification Doctoral degree in Mathematics (Theoretical Physics)
  • Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS, formerly CRB) Check Enhanced CRB
  • Professional Membership University of Cambridge


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Personal Message
Doctoral degree in Applied Maths, First class Maths(with Physics) graduate, all A's in A-levels subjects. I have had three school teaching placements and 8 years private tuition experience. Keen on teaching university and A level maths/physics.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
Tell me about your qualifications.
Postgraduate degree(2016):
Applied maths and theoretical physics ---Doctoral degree

Undergraduate Degree (2012):
Mathematics Tripos (First Class) ---Master degree

A-level (2007):
Maths(A), Physics(A), Further Maths(A)

High School (2006):
Maths(A), English(A), Physics(A)
Chemistry(A), History(A), Geography(A)
What kind of experience do you have?
8 years private tuition experience, plus school and university teaching for 4 years.

Primary School Teaching Placement (2007):
Class assistant to a professional teacher in Year 3-6, had three Months professional teaching and class management training.

Private Tuition (2008-2012):
Four years private tuition experience from Primary to university Level. As part of my experience, I have successfully helped most my university students to achieve first class grades in their exams. And received very good feedback from my other level(eg. GCSE,A-Level) tutees, based on the exam results they achieved.

University Tuition (2012):
as a P.h.D student, tutoring Maths to first year university students.
How much do you charge?
Individuals: 40-45 pounds per hour
Groups: 50pounds per hour
Where do you teach?
Two Options:
1) I can travel to your home (in evenings)
2)I can meet you up at a convenient location(During the day)
When are you available?
weekdays: all available except Wednesday evenings
Weekend: all available except Sunday mornings
Which ages and levels do you teach?
University Level
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
I hold a current enhanced CRB check
Do you belong to any professional organisations?
University of Cambridge,
Imperial College London,
University of Bristol.
Do you have a personal message for students?
If you have decided to take private tuition, the following suggestions will help you achieve your goal much quicker.
Before we start, you should:
a) Find yourself a good motive. A good motive leads you through academic difficulties and overcomes your weaknesses more actively.

b) List your academic strengths and weaknesses. This list gives you things to rely on and things to look forward to. And it provides me some guidance for preparing and giving the lessons.
When we meet, you should:
a) Try to understand, not to remember steps. In each lesson I often provide you the "big pictures" and techniques to help you understand. If you don't get them, stop me and ask for the explanations again.

b) Ask lots of questions. As your personal tutor, my responsibility is to help you progress, not to judge you in any way. So write down your questions and bring them to me.
After our tutorial, you should:
a) Revise and relate to other topics. When I prepare for new lessons, I would assume that you have remembered everything from the previous ones. So revise and correlate your knowledge with other topics, most importantly embed it back to the "big picture".

b) Feedback my tutoring. After each lesson, You need to have couple of minutes summarize my teaching and tell me your ideas as the first thing when we meet again.