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French · Math · Physics
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FRENCH VERSION BELOW ↧ ↧ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello ! My name is Gabriel, I’m 23 years old and I’m a PhD Student in Artificial Intelligence and Neurosciences at Imperial College. I am offering private classes of Math and Physics for high school students and eventually undergrads. I can provide classes in both French and English. After obtaining my degree in engineering in one of the top French ‘Grandes Ecoles’, I started my PhD at Imperial in January 2021. I have a very solid background in Math, Physics and Computer Science. I can adapt to every student’s needs: strengthening and deepening of knowledge or reinforcement of the basics, help to homework and assignments or classes and methods. I have a strong experience in tutoring, I have been giving classes for the past 7 years during my studies in France, both as a tutor and a teaching assistant. I have always received amazing feedback and witnessed real progressions in my students. Due to the pandemic, I can give classes remotely . I do however feel like this may weaken a bit my abilities as a teacher and constitutes more of the same remote teaching that already poses so many troubles to kids during these times. I am open to giving classes in person if that is OK for you (I undergo regular testing as part of Imperial’s test scheme) I can come in person in the areas around South Kensington, Hammersmith and Fulham, and even further if the offer is adequate. Hope to see you very soon! Gabriel B. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bonjour! Je m’appelle Gabriel, j’ai 23 ans et je suis étudiant en thèse à Imperial College en Intelligence Artificielle et Neurosciences. Je propose des cours particuliers de Maths et Physique pour des élèves de collège, lycée et éventuellement en premières années d’études supérieures. Je peux donner des cours en Français ou en Anglais. J'ai obtenu un Bac S mention très bien puis effectué une classe préparatoire MPSI puis MP* au lycée Henri 4 avant d'intégrer l'école de Supaero. Je suis finalement venu à Londres pour commencer ma thèse en Janvier 2021 Je peux m'adapter à tous les besoins: approfondissement ou travail des bases du cours, aide aux devoirs et aux exercices ou cours et méthodes. Je possède une solide expérience dans le domaine car je donne des cours régulièrement depuis mes classes prépa. J’ai toujours reçu de très bons retours de mes élèves et pu constater de grandes améliorations dans leurs résultats scolaires. J'aide également mes frères et sœurs en classe de terminale et 3ème depuis longtemps. Avec la situation sanitaire actuelle, les cours peuvent être donnés à distance. Je craint cependant que cela ne diminue légèrement mes capacités d’enseignant. De plus de nombreux élèves se trouvent en difficulté actuellement à cause de l’absence d’enseignement présentiel et des cours en ligne pourraient renforcer ce constat. Je suis ouvert à la possibilité de venir en personne si cela vous convient (j’ai déjà eu la Covid il y a quelques mois à Paris et me fais tester régulièrement selon la politique d' Imperial) Les tarifs sont à pondérer en fonction de votre niveau et de votre situation géographique. Je peux me déplacer autour de South Kensington, Hammersmith and Fulham et éventuellement plus loin si l’offre est adéquate. A très bientôt j’espère ! Gabriel B.
French · Physics · Math
Hi, I'm Eman and I just finished studying A-Level Maths, Further Maths, Computer Science and AEA Mathematics from City and Islington College and I will be studying MEng Mathematical Computation at UCL from September 2021. Ever since first being taught maths and sciences I have had a passion for them and love learning more and being able to understand interesting topics. I achieved 14 A* grades at SSC ( Bangladesh's Secondary Completion Qualification, Homologous to GCSE), 9 in GCSE Mathematics, 7 in GCSE English Language, and D*D* in BTEC L2 Computing (Equivalent with 4A* in GCSE) therefore know what is required of students to succeed and have plenty of important revision tips that I want to pass on. I also studied the new A-level curriculum so have up-to-date subject knowledge. Often the maths and computer science feature concepts that are daunting and challenging to understand at first, but through considered and targeted explanations, repetition of crucial ideas (particularly by linking ideas across subjects, one of my favorite revision techniques at GCSE), and consolidation of ideas using past exam questions it is possible to gain a deep understanding that will serve you well through final year exams and beyond. Learning is a unique process and everybody has different ways of learning best, therefore I will aim to adapt tutorials to meet the needs of a particular student. I will always ensure that prior to the tutorial I know what topics the student wishes to cover so that I can prepare materials (e.g. source appropriate past exam questions) and consult the relevant exam board specification so that we cover everything they need to know - there will be no nasty surprises in the exam. A typical tutorial would have the following structure: A starter activity to recap what we covered in the previous week, helping the student to revise as we go along. An explanation of the key ideas we are covering, and a check of how much the student already knows. Then comes real learning! The majority of the lesson will be devoted to covering the necessary content at a pace and level appropriate to the student. Usually, I will verbally explain the topic in an informal conversation with the student before writing notes onto the board for them to copy down (that way they have something to refer back to later). Past exam paper questions as practice. And lastly, if appropriate, how these ideas link to other things they may have covered or are yet to cover. But most importantly, I aim to create a relaxed and fun environment for learning where the student can feel confident in their own abilities and will enjoy the learning process!
Computer science · Math
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Arnault - Chelsea£58
Trusted teacher: As the level of the courses increases over the years, taking advantage of a young student who has experience as a versatile private teacher is often a major asset to perform and then fly to great studies! First of all, when am I available? From September 2020, until 2023 if follow-up over several years is desired. What is my experience in private lessons? I have been giving private lessons for 5 years now. Throughout the last 3 years 2017-2020, I followed 2 students of the French Lycée Charles de Gaulle: a student from 5th to 3rd and a student from 2nd to 12th, at a rate of 2 and 3 hours per week respectively. I have pushed them both towards excellence, my students having averaged 20.5 and 18.7 on their patent and baccalaureate respectively. My final year student joined LSE for an excellent Bachelor in General Economics; and I had the opportunity to prepare him for this new stage by preparing him on certain prerequisite subjects of the Bachelor that the French program does not cover. I thus have a complete knowledge of the scientific programs from the 5th to the terminale, I am aware of the reform of the year 2020/2021, I was recently able to prepare students for the patent and the bac, and I know the systems leading to English universities as well as French preparatory classes. I also gave private lessons for 2 years in France, with high school students. I was also hired by Centrale Lyon for 1 year to tutor in physics for 1st year students. With the health crisis, between March and September 2020, I was also able to learn to take regular lessons by Skype while maintaining effective monitoring. Who am I? I am in September 2020/2021 in the 2nd year of my PhD at Imperial College London, working in biomechanics on a subject bringing together mathematics, chemistry, mechanical physics, computer science and biology. Initially, I come from a small provincial high school where I had my bac S in 2013 with the congratulations of the jury. I subsequently made preparations for Henri IV and Louis-Le-Grand in Paris. I have a double degree since 2019: Centrale Lyon in general engineering and Imperial College London for a master's degree in mechanics - civil engineering - biomechanics, for which I received the award of excellence. My current PhD takes me until 2023 on the South Kensington campus. And who am I as a teacher? - I am now 24 years old and my memories of my 13-17 years are still fresh: I understand most of the feelings of my students, feelings that I have known myself: stress, laziness, discouragement after a bad note, being overloaded with work and subjects ... I have always been on great terms with my students, which gives relaxed, funny and effective lessons, with confident students. - I'm honest and I like a job well done! I teach to help and get results, and I don't let go until it's done. - I am kind and very attentive: I keep abreast of the progress and results of my students, I encourage them and answer their questions by messages outside of class if they need it. What are my strengths? - I come out of a fresh experience with two students of different ages and characters, allowing me to adapt quickly, to quickly understand the difficulties (or the talent) and to adjust my teaching to each student. - Thanks to my 7 years of studies, I have a high level in the scientific subjects offered in secondary school, allowing me to give very clear and colorful explanations to help understanding. - My mother being a French teacher in high school, I have a good understanding of the teachers and how they work. - I train my students as much as I can to be rigorous in their working method, calculations and results reporting, with a view to good results but also to arrive in higher education with a solid background and working method . Do not hesitate to contact me, Looking forward to having once again the opportunity to make my students succeed in a good atmosphere, Wishing you a Happy New Year! Arnault
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Tuition Math - Physics - Chemistry - Biology (San Diego)
Raef
I found Dr. Ralf to be a wonderful Teacher. The things that he taught me through online helped me a great deal in this class as well as in statistic level. Because of the help and attention that He provided me with, I understand and enjoy Statistics. The class was great in that he didn’t just give the answers away – he made me THINK. This was sort of frustrating, but it helped me understand the material much better. I would recommend him as a Teacher for future classes, without a doubt.
Review by AHMED
Maths, Physics and Chemistry Tutoring and Exam Preparation (Amsterdam)
Ed
Ed has been an excellent tutor for my 13 year old son. He is very knowledgeable in all Math topics and is able to explain Msthbconcepts in a clear straight forward way which makes it very easy for my son to understand the various Maths concepts. He is also able to explain things using different approaches. My don is very happy with the lessons and for the first time in a couple of years he feels confident in Maths! I will highly recommend Ed as a tutor!
Review by MONICA
Private math lessons in French by shared interactive whiteboard (Amsterdam)
Christiane
Teaching mathematics to someone who has almost no knowledge about it is a big challenge and Christine faced it great. She has a plan and knows how to accomplish it. I can´t wait for the next lesson.
Review by FERNANDO MILLAN