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Khondaker (Dr)
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Subjects: Medicine  |  Combined Science  |  Life Science  |  Biology  |  Chemistry  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: I am working as a Cancer Research UK Post-doctoral Research Fellow at School of Pharmacy, University of London. I have done my PhD in Medicinal Chemistry from University of London. I have 6 years experience as a university lecturer and 10 years expe ...
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I am working as a Cancer Research UK Post-doctoral Research Fellow at School of Pharmacy, University of London. I have done my PhD in Medicinal Chemistry from University of London. I have 6 years experience as a university lecturer and 10 years experience in one-to-one or group chemistry tuition up to GCE level and Biology up to University level. I can also offer tuition to life science and Pharmacy undergraduate/postgraduate students at University level. I am helping a number of university level students to finish their coureworks and assignments.

Teaching Experience:

I have 12 years experience in private tuition and 7 years experience as a university lecturer.

Tutoring Approach:

I am an open minded individual who can present difficult topics in interesting ways for better understanding.

I believe in discussion based interactive tutoring where students can understand the subject matter without the need of memorizing it.

Happy to help with coureworks, assignments and dissertations.

Subjects
  • Medicine
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£45 p.h.)
  • Combined Science
  • GCSE or Standards (£40 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£45 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£45 p.h.)

  • Life Science
  • GCSE or Standards (£40 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£45 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£45 p.h.)
  • Biology
  • GCSE or Standards (£40 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£45 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£45 p.h.)

  • Chemistry
  • GCSE or Standards (£40 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£45 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£45 p.h.)

Iain (Mr)
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Subjects: Music  
Availability: Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: Iain was born in 1986 in Dundee, Scotland into a large musical family, so unsurprisingly making music was all that he wanted to do from an early age. He first began to learn the trumpet in school aged seven, before joining his local brass band Dundee ...
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Iain was born in 1986 in Dundee, Scotland into a large musical family, so unsurprisingly making music was all that he wanted to do from an early age. He first began to learn the trumpet in school aged seven, before joining his local brass band Dundee Instrumental on cornet at the age of ten. By the age of twelve, Iain had been promoted to principal cornet, a position he later went on to hold with several of Scotland's top bands, also including the National Youth Brass Band of Scotland. Many solo competitions were won along the way - including the junior section at the British Open Solo Championships at age eleven. Having gained two Trinity College diplomas before the age of eighteen, Iain took the advice of teacher David James and moved south to study music at the University of Salford, where his playing really began to blossom. Since then Iain has held positions as principal cornet with many of the UK's leading brass bands including his current seat with the world renowned Leyland Band. He has enjoyed many successful contest and concert performances, and is fast establishing a reputation as one of the finest cornet soloists of his generation, performing, adjudicating and giving master-classes as far afield as the USA, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Japan. In 2009 Iain was the recipient of a prestigious Dewar Arts award, awarded for performance in trumpet. This award allowed him to complete his postgraduate studies at Salford, graduating with an MA in Music (performance) in 2010. Iain is now a cornet tutor at the University of Salford where he is also undertaking researchinto focal dystonia in musicians, working towards a PhD. Iain recorded and released his first solo CD entitled "Vanguard" in August 2012, a release which has been met with great critical acclaim and has fast proven popular.

Iain is also an experienced guitarist and teacher of electric and acoustic guitar as well as the bass guitar.

Teaching Experience:

Salford University, Sefton Music Service, Love Music Trust, numerous private students, masterclasses and private teaching all over the UK as well as in the Netherlands, Denmark, USA, Japan, to name but a few.

Tutoring Approach:

Specialise in advanced students, performance, performance psychology, embochure related problems, and treatment of focal dystonia as well as other performance related problems.

Subjects
  • Music
  • A-Level or Highers (£30 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)

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Tahir (Mr)
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Subjects: Urdu  |  Entrance Exams  |  Geography  |  Chemistry  |  Life Science  |  Biology  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: From their home / Online
Info: Education and Qualifications PhD Research fellow: The role of genetics and ecology in the evolution and distribution of Brassicaceae annuals. MRes Crops for the Future (August 2010) University of Dundee, College of Life Sciences, UK and Scotti ...
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Education and Qualifications
PhD Research fellow: The role of genetics and ecology in the evolution and distribution of Brassicaceae annuals.

MRes Crops for the Future (August 2010)
University of Dundee, College of Life Sciences, UK and Scottish Crop Research Institute, UK.

The course focused on the application of basic research to crop improvement in the 21st century. Individual modules covered basic plant biology including gene expression and regulation, molecular genetics and pathology, genetic manipulation as well as environment-plant interactions.

MSc Botany (January 1998): {High First Class}
University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Department of Botany, Pakistan.
This two year MSc course covered all major aspects of plant science, including cell structure and function, general genetics, plant ecology, plant pathology, germplasm resources in plants, biochemistry, advance systematics, and experimental statistics and biometry.

BSc-Zoology, Botany Chemistry, Geography
Bahauddhin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan.
(August 1995): { High Second Class}

The Degree course covered organic, physical and Inorganic chemistry gave a Comparative account of Vertebrate, Invertebrate Phyla and comprehensively focused on plant physiology, thallophytes, bryophytes, Gymnosperms and angiosperms.

Teaching Experience:

2011- Till present Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

I am generally interested in systematics, molecular ecology and phylogeography of Palearctic species. However, I am specifically inquisitive about the distribution of biodiversity and the assessment of the underlying processes, with a special focus on the biogeography of the Palaearctic region.

April 2008 -2010 MRes Project: The Role of Alternative Splicing in Barley in Response to Cold/Drought Stress. [Gene Expression Group at the Scottish Crop Research Institute, Dundee]

My research project confirmed alternative splicing of Rbu-P2 Carboxylase activase {Rca} in barley in response to cold/drought stress.

2002 - 2008 Lecturer in Botany/Biology [Khawaja Fareed Govt. Post Graduate College, Rahimyar Khan, Pakistan.]

1998 - 2002 GCE Advance Level Biology teacher [The City School, Lahore/Vehari Branches, Pakistan.]

As a lecturer, I taught plant physiology, general genetics, morphology of vascular and non vascular plants and plant ecology at undergraduate level and general biology to pre-medical classes. I was a member of the curricula development committee & college developmental council. I was also a member of the college student affairs department. I was in charge of the botanical society and coordinator of the annual inter-collegiate debate committee.

1997 - 1998 MSc Project: Drought Resistance of Wheat Germplasm Collected from some Arid Regions of Baluchistan and Punjab. [University of Agriculture, Faisalabad].
My research project determined that water stress badly affects wheat yield and all yield related parameters but improves the grain protein contents. The most tolerant accession was used for further downstream analysis.

Tutoring Approach:

Teaching Skills

Fluent in English, excellent communication and interpersonal Skills, self-confident and motivating personality.
Excellent at Micro & Macro lesson Planning.
Good exposure to all latest teaching methodologies like; demonstrative, discussion-oriented, presentation style, activity based as well as situation based.
Can conduct student counseling sessions.
Manage faculty members, study plans, guide and training sessions.
Excellent knowledge of physical, Human Economic and World Geography.

Research Skills

I am skilled in a wide variety of laboratory techniques including DNA and RNA extraction from plants, RT-PCR, PCR, gel electrophoresis (acrylamide and agarose), bacterial transformation and transfection, gene cloning , gene sequencing and nanodrop spectrometry. I also have experience in Agrobacterium based transformations and plant tissue culture.
Knowledge of using Gene Alignment & BLAST Tools: Clustal W2, FASTA, NCBI Spidey, TAIR Resources, harvEST Barley, JoinMap, Curly Wurly, and Sequencher.

Confident at using GenStat: Exploring Data & designing Graphs and Plots, Probability & Distributions, Significance Testing & T-Tests, Analysis of Variance, Simple Linear Regression.

Can skillfully use "R" for maps, statistics, populations genetics and phylogenetics ; ArcGIS for maps and spatial analyst Tools.

Good Expertise in data preparation and in conducting analysis for phylogenetics, population genetics, population demography, phylogeography and species distribution Modelling using wide range of Softwares and tools like; Geneious, MEGA, MrBayes, RXML, BEAST, JModelTest, TCS, GenGIS, PopArt, SplitsTree, Arlequin, GenAlex, Popgene, Genepop, STRUCTURE, GENELAND, BAPS, TESS, IM, IMA, DIYABC, MIGRATE-N and Maxent.

Subjects
  • Urdu
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£10 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£10 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£12 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£15 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£16 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£15 p.h.)
  • Entrance Exams
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£12 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£12 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£15 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£20 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£15 p.h.)

  • Geography
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£12 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£12 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£15 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£20 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£15 p.h.)
  • Chemistry
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£12 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£12 p.h.)

  • Life Science
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£12 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£12 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£15 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£20 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£15 p.h.)
  • Biology
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£12 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£12 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£15 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£20 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£15 p.h.)


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Craig (Mr)
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Subjects: Politics  |  Reading & Writing skills  |  Business Related  |  Economics  |  English  |  History  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: Hi, everyone,The academic year is now a term old and things are ticking along nicely for almost all my students of 2016-17. Sadly two have had to drop out of school/college studies because of personal issues which is sad, when the time is right, thes ...
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Hi, everyone,The academic year is now a term old and things are ticking along nicely for almost all my students of 2016-17. Sadly two have had to drop out of school/college studies because of personal issues which is sad, when the time is right, these two very bright individuals will come back to studying, I'm sure.

I am more busy than ever this year but do have perhaps one or two spaces for students keen to just improve or to transform themselves and their fortunes. However bad things seem, I can show you how make the best of your talents.

Craig

TWO EXAM PAPER NOTICES

A couple of examination paper notices.

1. I am now OCR trained for the new AS level source/essay paper. Obviously this has given me a clear insight into how it's marked and how students need to approach it to be successful.
2. Secondly, the ED Excel Y13 A2 sources & essay paper (three secondary sources): I worked with four students on this last year and achieved spectacular results (these pupils can be contacted; some won't be able to put referees up here because I found all 4 of them via word of mouth and the UK's other major tutoring site). I'm very happy to report that I worked hard and thought hard on refining my advice on the paper and it has clearly paid off handsomely. Do contact me for details; I can pass these on to you prior to your making a decision on whether to engage me (or not as the case may be). Naturally anyone re-taking the A2 paper in 2017 can benefit from this. The new EdExcel History exam has a similar paper so this year's cohort of Y13 students should be able to benefit too.

Note. Because I'm away for the next 3 weeks carrying out research in London and Reading for my PhD I will not be able to begin lessons this year until the last week of September.

Plus:

Important policy change! If your young one or you, the student, is/are one who is not prepared to be coached and trained as our Olympic athletes are - and by this I mean that the performer puts themselves in the hands of the coach and doesn't try to tell them how to do the job - then please do not get in touch: simply pass on to another tutor somewhere else on this site.


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And now, The Pitch!

So, my name is Craig, a very dedicated one-to-one tutor of History, Politics and English. I offer an exceptionally high level of expertise as a history, politics (and English) teacher, teacher of essay writing, exam writing and exam taking. This is based on well over two decades of experience in schools and in homes. Though I have been teaching a long time, I am continually striving to improve the quality of my work, constantly analyzing the effect of my advice on performance and trying to perfect the art and craft of the job.

When not tutoring, most of my time is spent working (hard!) as a student too! I am just about to begin the third year of my PhD, supervised by Professor Tony Collins of De Montfort University, Leicester, undertaking research in 20th century British history. (Rugby fans might like to note at this point that Tony is the number one rugby historian - of all codes - in the world. All his books are very well worth reading.)


I am exceptionally well qualified. I have an MA (2011) in History and am now two years into my doctoral studies. I have written fiction and non-fiction. I have had experience in being an A level marker with an exam board. I have had long experience in teaching and preparing whole History & Govnt. & Politics year groups for A level, producing outstanding results.

I take on all types of students. Some need a lot of training, some need to be dragged away from a collision-course with failure, some need finessing, some need waking up, some need inspiring, some need a boost in confidence; some need more intellectual stimulation; all can and do improve their writing.

My chief strengths are: 1. I know how to teach students to write. 2. I know how to prepare them for exams. 3. My methods are clear, simple and work beautifully. 4. I care very much about the progression of my students. 5. I treat my work with them with the utmost seriousness. 6. But I'm a human being with a sense of humour! 7. I am very, very experienced. 8. As a parent of three children who have gone through the school and university experience, I understand what both the student and the parent is going through.

I am very happy to work with students online. I have found it to work extremely well.

More on my current research project...
I am currently working on doctoral research into the BBC, sport and social class, 1922-64, with Tony Collins at De Montfort University, Leicester. He is the director of DMU's International Centre for Sports History & Culture, a department of world renown, and the leading British powerhouse of sports history. I am very proud to be working with Tony and within the department. Undergrad students should note that I am working under one of the world's best historians, a 3-time winner of the prestigious Aberdare Prize for Sports Books.

Becoming a student again, beginning with the masters degree course at De Montfort University in 2010 has really helped my teaching. As well as keeping on top of developments in academic history. I am much better read! I know more! It has also taken me right back in touch with what it feels like to be a student and all that follows from that. It has also enabled me to extend my tutoring potential to undergraduates and masters students.

I'm happily married with 3 children fully grown (it's only their father who's lagging behind).

Teaching Experience:

I taught for 24 years in secondary schools in Bromley, Kent and Derbyshire where I now live. History was my specialism but I was head of Politics for a number of years in the last part of my school career. I also taught Geography, Economics, English and R.E.

Since beginning to tutor students, I have taught history, Government & Politics and English (including basic literacy skills to a young person with dyslexia). Courses taught have mostly been those at GCSE and A level.

I have taught a wide range of topics within French, German, Russian and British history. The list includes the usual suspects: causes of World Wars 1 and 2, Hitler and the Third Reich, the French Revolution (and its causes) and Napoleon; also Tsarist Russia, the Russian revolution and Stalin as well as the European Reformation, France in the 16th century, Louis XIV and aspects of Irish and Chinese history and 19th century France, plus 20th century USA. politics (Boom and Bust, New Deal and Post-War Boom, and also the Witchcraft Persecution in Europe (1550-1680).

In terms of British history I am very much up to speed with all aspects of its 20th century political history (high politics, parties, electoral history, social history & economic history, right through to the 21st century, in fact); I have also taught most aspects of 19th history, social, economic and political. For the last decade and a half of my school-teaching career I taught the A level course in 16th and 17th century - The Tudors, James I, Charles I, Causes of the English Civil War, Charles II, James II & the Glorious Revolution, the reigns of William & Mary & Queen Anne.

I have recently added 19th century British politics (Reform Bill through Peel, Palmerston, Disraeli and Gladstone to Salisbury) and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe to my "roster" of topics.

Since becoming a PhD student my expertise level in terms of content knowledge has leaped forward in 20th century British history. However...

...it isn't the historical content of the course that matters so much: technique is the key; know-how; how to write; how to take an exam; how to prepare for the whole exam period; how to approach the whole thing mentally, psychologically; how to be the best you can be; how to be successful - end of story!

I have worked with students on exam preparation and revision, coursework planning and execution and essay writing techniques. It is here that the battle to improve and to reach a fulfillment of potential, often with the reward of high grades, is usually won.

Tutoring Approach:

I don't tinker around the margins of issues. I give students something all those who come for help require: a method to use to dispose of the problems posed by the issue of writing that dreaded thing: the essay! Not a tinkering round the edges of the thing, a tip here, a bit of advice there, but a comprehensive yet simple and absolutely clear set of actions and principles through which the student can fulfill their potential: show the examiner what they know and understand of the topic.

Following on from the above, my approach to tutoring begins and ends with the drive to be successful. If I did not unfailingly improve students, help them to achieve the grades they want and need I would not be writing this.

In between comes what we might describe as philosophy and methods. It's hard to write about methods without immediately mentioning what I suppose might be my strongest "offer" (I don't much like that word but there, I've used it). As a schoolteacher I developed a unique but simple method of essay planning and writing that achieved stunning results. So successful has it been over 20 years that I am astonished that no one else seems to have found it. But in my experience up to February 2013 no teacher has. Essay writing is still something that many, many students find difficult and confusing. It really does not need to be this way.

Obviously content issues are hugely important and here I rely on my communication skills which have yet to let me down! These, naturally, go hand in hand with a knowledge of British and European history across a variety of years which has grown over recent years particularly through my MA studies, my PhD research and through working with students on a range of historical periods, topics and people. I find myself to be adaptable to different types of students. I am able to adapt my language and my technique to fit the situation. I am also somewhat stubborn in that I never give up on solving a problem. If we have to go over time, so be it!

Finally, some more of my personal philosophies of teaching. I believe that students generally do not achieve their potential. With each student I aim to take them to standards (and grades) that they did not think were possible. Without exception I push, push and push until we run out of time as we inevitably do. I also do not believe in lost causes. Much can be achieved in a very short space of time. I have seen this happen over and over again.

There is much more to be said but that, I hope, will do for now.

Craig

Subjects
  • Politics
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£27.5 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)
  • Reading & Writing skills
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£27.5 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)

  • Business Related
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • Economics
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£28 p.h.)

  • English
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • History
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£30 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£33 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)


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Eric (Mr)
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Subjects: Maths  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: I am currently living in central London, but I am from Michigan originally and have taught maths in the UK for about 7 years. I did my teacher training at the University of Sussex in Brighton. ...
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I am currently living in central London, but I am from Michigan originally and have taught maths in the UK for about 7 years. I did my teacher training at the University of Sussex in Brighton.

Teaching Experience:

I teach GCSE and A-level maths full-time at a comprehensive state secondary school in the Ealing area. I've been at my current school for three years and I taught previously in a similar school in Portsmouth. I am highly experienced in supporting pupils at all levels of learning, from G grade on Foundation exams up to A* grade in Higher and Further Maths exams. I am most familiar with the Edexcel mathematics syllabus.

Tutoring Approach:

Mentors and colleagues have described me as an extremely personable, patient, and caring teacher. I aim to teach mathematics topics in a variety of different ways to suit the preferred learning styles of each student (e.g. visual, auditory, or kinesthetic). I believe it is important to maintain a balanced blend of different mathematics activities including ICT-based, written work, and verbal discussions. Most importantly, I strive to present maths in the simplest and most practical way possible so that the subject may be understood as well as enjoyed.

Subjects
  • Maths
  • 11+ (secondary) (£30 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)

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Gerry (Mr)
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Subjects: History  |  Law  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you
Info: I practised as a Solicitor, specialising in Criminal Law for some 18 years, having attained a 2:1 Combined Honours LLB in Law and Politics, followed by the Professional Qualification - 6 of those years were running my own sole practice. My original ...
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I practised as a Solicitor, specialising in Criminal Law for some 18 years, having attained a 2:1 Combined Honours LLB in Law and Politics, followed by the Professional Qualification - 6 of those years were running my own sole practice.
My original career plan was to teach, and so having undertaken my Professional Graduate Diploma of Education., I have contracts to teach Law and History subjects, at varying levels, including the Levels 3 and 6 Professional CILEX Law qualification, to different age groups. This leaves me time to offer a more individually tailored service to students requiring extra help as the exam season approaches.
My particular subject area is Law, from Level 3 to Level 6.
A Level and Undergraduate Law tutoring in litigation based subjects are my specialities - especially Criminal Law / Contract / Tort / Employment

Teaching Experience:

- Level 6 Law for The Institute of Legal Executives Professional Practice Qualification
- Level 3 (A Level standard) Business Law in Accountancy Professional Practice
- Level 3 History (A Level standard - Access to Higher Education [Teaching] Course
- Level 3 Law and Business
- Level 3, Year 1 Diploma in Law - Tort / Crime / Contract / Employment subjects and Preparing /Organising /Writing/ Directing Mock Trials
In summary, I teach law to 16-18 year olds and professionals, trainee accountants, and working paralegals, as well as History and Health subjects to students progressing to university

Tutoring Approach:

Assessment and curriculum requirements of the relevant course are paramount to ensure the student knows what the examining / awarding body expects in order to achieve. Once this is clear, the student can then begin to enjoy the learning through scenarios and stories
Review of learning, by inter-linking new topics with old, and use of examples and scenarios built and developed from experience, enables the student to recall and use what they know
Every student has an individual way of learning, and tapping into that is essential for transferring knowledge. Advice on examination technique, and the expectations of coursework are often neglected in mainstream teaching, yet are vital to qualification, and the use of knowledge.
I have a strong belief that tutees often overestimate the amount of paid tutoring they need, especially with the wealth of resources available, and with the appropriate guidance, the cost effectiveness of individual teaching and advice can surprise - in any case my charges are kept low, because I enjoy the work.
I'm happy to provide tuition at the tutees home, and only make a charge 12 per lesson for the return travel - that includes travel time and expense within a radius of 20 miles - learning should be fun as well as affordable, because if it's hard work, it's hard to remember.

Subjects
  • History
  • GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£25 p.h.)
  • Law
  • GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£25 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£25 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£25 p.h.)


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Ella (Miss)
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Subjects: Music  
Availability: Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: In July 2013, I graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London, undertaking a BMus (Hons) Music degree (2.1) with a principle study in singing (1st). I took two gap years before going to university to gain experience in the music and drama fiel ...
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Personal Description:
In July 2013, I graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London, undertaking a BMus (Hons) Music degree (2.1) with a principle study in singing (1st). I took two gap years before going to university to gain experience in the music and drama fields. I have studied modules at university ranging from Bach to Beethoven and Sibelius to Weill.

Teaching Experience:

In my two gap years I was a gap student at Bedales Schools for a term and then was invited back to cover a member of music staff. Responsibilities included teaching 8-13 year old mixed pupils classroom music as well as supervising music practices. I also tutored pupils through grade 5 theory achieving merit and distinction grades.

Tutoring Approach:

I have a very laid-back attitude to teaching and will teach you in similar ways that I have been taught. I understand totally that some pupils need several ways of explaining things so bring a variety of teaching methods to my lessons. I make teaching interesting and engaging and always try to relate the subject to the pupil. I have been very fortunate to learn under some inspirational teachers and would love to be able to carry on their enthusiasm to other students.

Subjects
  • Music
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£30 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£36 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£36 p.h.)

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Annie (Miss)
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Subjects: French  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: My name is Annie and I am a nineteen year old student. I study French and Italian at University College London and am entering my second year. I have just received a high 2:1 in my end of year exams. ...
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My name is Annie and I am a nineteen year old student. I study French and Italian at University College London and am entering my second year. I have just received a high 2:1 in my end of year exams.

Teaching Experience:

As a language student I've done a lot of volunteering, mainly helping out in the younger years' language lessons at school doing oral and grammar work, but sometimes helping out my parents' friends' children in their preparation for GCSEs.

Tutoring Approach:

I'm very enthusiastic about foreign languages and have knowledge of French, Italian and some German. I strongly believe that the world is only as big as the languages you speak! I'm very flexible with when and where lessons take place, though weekday evenings and weekends work best for me. I live in a maisonette in Camden with a light and spacious dining area where it will be possible to have lessons.
I'm prepared to tutor from complete beginner with no previous knowledge up to GCSE level. If you are a student at primary or secondary school, I'm happy to do lessons that help with your school work or target any specific weaknesses you feel you have. Alternatively, I'm also happy to decide what we cover myself. I'll teach oral/conversational classes, vocabulary and grammar.

Subjects
  • French
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)

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Darren (Dr)
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Subjects: Maths  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: I have always had a very approachable manner as a teacher as I have always believed that this is the best way to relax a pupil and make their mind more pliable to different approaches. I fully understand that mathematics can be a challenge, and this ...
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I have always had a very approachable manner as a teacher as I have always believed that this is the best way to relax a pupil and make their mind more pliable to different approaches. I fully understand that mathematics can be a challenge, and this I believe is where my very patient and empathetic demeanour can produce results quickly and restore a pupil's self-belief. I am thorough in my preparation, professional in my presentation of written materials, and prompt and comprehensive with marking. I will be reliable, wholly courteous, and totally focused on the pupil's development.

Teaching Experience:

I have been a qualified teacher since 2006. From 2005 to 2012 I taught at Swansea College (now, Gower College Swansea) on a range of programmes including BTEC courses, GCSE and A-level Mathematics. While at Swansea College I continued tutoring mathematics privately, building my knowledge of the demands of Key Stages 3, 4 and 5, and developing a range of strategies to effectively teach those specifications.

Tutoring Approach:

I strongly believe that mathematics is based on a number of core principles, and success in mathematics depends on a concrete understanding of these principles rather than rote learning of topics. My private tutoring sessions are always designed around the effective delivery of these principles. I am always flexible in my approach, and I understnd that a pupil's attention may be distracted by something that they remember they have covered in a formal lesson. However, my commitment to ensuring that the principles are understood will not change. My lessons last for 1 hour and 20 minutes, and incorporate a 5-minute introduction to the objectives for that session, 1 full hour of teaching and a 15-minute review at the end.

Subjects
  • Maths
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£25 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£25 p.h.)

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Amir (Mr)
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Subjects: Computer Studies / I.T.  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / Online
Info: Hi, I am doing my Ph.D. in computer Science, which involve analysis of cyber attacks originating from social media. I also have bachelor's and masters degree in computer science. I have taught programming languages like C++ , C and python during my ...
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Hi,
I am doing my Ph.D. in computer Science, which involve analysis of cyber attacks originating from social media. I also have bachelor's and masters degree in computer science. I have taught programming languages like C++ , C and python during my bachelor and masters program. In addition to that i have taught cryptography, cyber security and security techniques. I also have 8 years experience working as a currency trader with a financial institution.

Teaching Experience:

I have 2 years teaching experience teaching python programming languages to Adults, undergrads and master students. I have also taught data mining techniques using Microsoft excel , and tool such as Weka . Also i have taught introduction to Microsoft office

Tutoring Approach:

One to One - focussing on parts of the curriculum where the student is having difficulty in understanding
Create a deep understanding and confidence in answering exam questions and being able to tackle new and unfamiliar problems. The student is encouraged to think and make new connections for themselves. One-to-one personal tuition has a unique value to students because of the ability to resolve the students' personal barriers to learning in a way that lays the foundations for a deep and lasting understanding of the subject.

Depending on the student's needs and learning style I encourage students to think for themselves, using real-world examples wherever possible. I start from topics the students are comfortable with and move gradually towards more complex areas as their confidence builds. I use questions and examples to check understanding continually. I don't lecture to students or ask them to memorise things. Nor do I do the students' homework for them!

With programming language my approach is first to make the student using various simple approaches like an algorithm or with a flow chart to solve it then once the confidence if built up to go to the syntax of the programming language. This approach not only will help you master any programming language quickly but improve ones analytical skills as well.

Subjects
  • Computer Studies / I.T.
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£15 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£15 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£15 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£15 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£18 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£18 p.h.)

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Liz (Mrs)
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Subjects: German  |  English (Foreign Language)  |  French  
Availability: Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: I am an experienced, confident and competent teacher who has good classroom management skills as well as being approachable and friendly. I am currently working part time as an EFL lecturer at an F.E college. I have been a Modern Foreign languages ...
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I am an experienced, confident and competent teacher who has good classroom management skills as well as being approachable and friendly. I am currently working part time as an EFL lecturer at an F.E college.

I have been a Modern Foreign languages teacher for many years in a variety of schools and taught adults.

I am currently working part-time teaching English as a Foreign language at a local F.E college. I work because I love teaching, meeting new people and seeing individuals make progress.

Teaching Experience:

.Currently sessional lecturer English as a Foreign language at Central College Nottingham.("006 to date)
Head of MFL The King's School Nottingham 15 years
Teacher of MFL: three one year contracts various locations U.K locations

Tutoring Approach:

I would say I am all of the following: professional, friendly, approachable, thorough and individual.

Subjects
  • German
  • GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)
  • English (Foreign Language)
  • GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£20 p.h.)

  • French
  • GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£20 p.h.)

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Adam (Mr)
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Subjects: Maths  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: I am a University of Liverpool graduate. Having decided to teach I trained at the University of Birmingham completing a Mathematics Subject Knowledge Enhancement year followed by a Postgraduate Diploma in Education. I enjoy my job and love seeing pup ...
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I am a University of Liverpool graduate. Having decided to teach I trained at the University of Birmingham completing a Mathematics Subject Knowledge Enhancement year followed by a Postgraduate Diploma in Education. I enjoy my job and love seeing pupils realise and achieve their potential.

Teaching Experience:

Since qualifying university I have since had two years experience teaching at an Outstanding school in Merseyside, teaching a range of 11-18 year olds. My pupils have achieved excellent results, especially those targeting A and A* grades.

Tutoring Approach:

The approach I take towards tutoring is a focus on defining on the needs of the tutee. Few students are afforded the opportunity to have one on one time with a classroom teacher in their specialist subject and if specific areas are identified and worked on the benefits are huge.

Subjects
  • Maths
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£30 p.h.)

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