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Mounir - London£49
Trusted teacher: Give your child the future he deserves. Double-degree from Arts et Métiers ParisTech and Centralesupelec / Scientific Baccalaureat with Very Good / 20/20 in mathematics / MPSI / MP preparatory class * / 5 years of tutoring experience / more than 30 regular students + volunteer in associations of homework help for pupils in great difficulty Do you want to significantly increase your child's mathematical average? Do you want it to integrate a selective course? Do you want it to become autonomous? For 5 years, I have helped more than 30 French students in difficulty from middle school (sixth, fifth, fourth, third) and high school (second, first, final) to achieve their goals (good average, patent, bac, PREPA) and to regain self-confidence. My method in 3 points: - in the short term, significantly increase the average by assimilating the course and preparing for the next tests (assimilating the course, writing files, practicing standard exercises, anticipating the teacher's expectations and test questions, having methods of writing) - in the medium term, integrate reasoning and work methods (learn to work regularly in this order: assimilation, training exercise, preparation for the test and analysis of the pass test) - in the long term, set a goal, build the steps to reach this goal, become aware of the SIMPLICITY of math, have confidence in your abilities, release your potential) The formula: a course of 1h30 / 2h * per week for the assimilation of the current chapter + a course before the test * I recommend two courses for those brought up in preparatory class # 1: The first class is a test class # 2: I come to your home # 3: Your child can contact me whenever they want If you want to increase your child's math results, contact me before the next test!
Math · Physics · Chemistry
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFY MATHS TEACHER (HEAD OF MATHS) I have great experience teaching and tutoring Maths and French in the UK and abroad. I am able to teach mathematics up to GCSE level. I have been teaching maths to GCSE standard for five years now. I know exactly what is included in the new GCSE specifications. My role as an assistant Head of maths department has definitely given me the opportunity to write schemes of learning for year 11. As a result, I know how to break down topics in order to help your child to meet or exceed their targets. Some success stories Student A This is a young girl that had grade 2 before I started tutoring her. I helped her building her confidence, showed her exam tips, how to revise and more importantly how marks are allocated for every questions. She was really happy when she opened her GCSE letter and realised that she got 4. Student B This lovely year 11 boy was a grade 5 student in maths, after working really hard with him, doing exam papers every week, giving him challenged questions he did extremely well and achieved a grade 7 maths. His grade then allowed him to confirm his place in a Grammar school in Kent. I am also trained to teach/tutor mathematics using mathematics mastery. This is a program designed to help students conceptualise and understand the reason why we are studying mathematics. This program follows a CPA approach (Concrete Pictorial Abstract). For every topic that I teach/tutor, I always bring maths alive by taking real life examples. These help students understand the concept. For instance: Calculating with negative numbers is a topic that most student find difficult in maths. even those that get it might not be able to explain the reason why -4 + 8 = 4. when teaching this topic, I like using oyster cards, bank account or the weather as an example. `if I have -4 pound in my oyster card what does it mean? ` Now I top up 8 pounds what will my new balance be? This was just an example of how to link mathematics to real life situations. I can teach/tutor students with different abilities this include higher, middle and lower set. It is never too late to start, if you are looking for someone that can help your child achieve or exceed their target grade do not hesitate to get in contact with me. Thank you
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Tamas - Acton£12
Trusted teacher: Welcome to the most popular GCSE Maths apprentus tutor of London! I am specialized in the reformed GCSE 1-9 Maths AQA syllabus taught from 2015 for both NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS / FRESHLY IMMIGRATED - no personal background matters. Intermediate spoken English is sufficient, no fluent spoken language is required! Pupils in age 14-16 – public school enrolment are required or Adults who are in the government-funded adult education program. And Native UK citizens with any background. . I follow the official AQA guide and specs on my classes with interesting, well-explained examples, easy to understand mathematical rules. My aim is help to understand why and how numbers behave as they do. I am also able to teach EDEXCEL and OCR. If the agreed study plan will be followed, I can guarantee a 7+ (A, A* or A** ) grade no matter the previous knowledge or study background. Age groups, I am teaching: Under 18 (agreement with parents and teaching at the parent's location ONLY): - Post-K3 test 14-16 years old who are actively studying GCSE first or second year - bright-minded pre-K3 pupils considered. - 16+ re-sit GCSE preparation, review and knowledge boost with the extra short time frame as well - even within 1-2 months. - 16+ GCSE - A-Level Bridge. Over 18: - GOVERNMENT FUNDED - First GCSE Maths and English for Students with foreign background - flexible, efficient classes for adults who want to get their first higher education qualification in the United Kingdom. No age limitation! - Anybody who is over 18, self-studying and need teaching support in order to absolve their GCSE Maths grade. My classes are not about repetitive, boring and unrealistic example problems or endless formulae memorizing. The most important part of tuition is to support and guide teenagers and adults on the path of understanding mathematics with well-explained rules and interesting problems to solve together. Why my classes are different? - My classes are student-centered and never forced by time and the teaching materials. I can quickly reveal the focus areas that we need to spend more time with, but it is always my student’s decision how much time they wish to sacrifice for a specific topic. - You do not need to memorize formulas! Every single formulae which are not in the provided booklet will be explained from the absolute base. It is not about memorizing things but understands them. - I always awake my student’s interest in the topic first. I come from a country where Mathematics has been taught on the ‘Asian’ way, so I know where ‘hateful mind grinding hours of unsuccessful studying’ roots from and I can avoid the pitfalls of a boring class. - I make sure a bespoke, tailored, student-centric teaching method and specification will be applied. - I have an unlimited source of maths sample problems from different aspects of our life: economy, information technology, architecture, daily decision making, etc. I always want to be sure of the problems that my students spend time with are more than just ‘dry maths’, they are always real-life examples that teach the students to skills in their future life. Why my classes are more efficient than other teachers’ ones? - A first-class! It is essential to find areas that we need to spend more time with. - I am fully flexible both in time and place. I am willing to travel a reasonable distance and I also have a suitable location for studying. - My teaching time is flexible; no fixed days of the week are available only. I am a teacher with free time on weekdays in the morning, afternoon or the evening. - I provide all the required materials to start your studying: student book, printouts, notebooks, maths tools, writing tools. You do not need to invest a penny into any physical, the only and most important is your time and attention.
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Excellence Math, Physics, Chemistry - Lycee - 19 average (London)
Mounir
Mounir has been tutoring my daughter for a few months (French syllabus, 3eme - Brevet level). She loves the lessons and looks forward to their weekly Zoom meeting. Mounir easily builds a good rapport with his students and makes lessons interesting and fun, building confidence along the way. He is methodical and organised in his approach and makes sure to go over any aspects of the lessons which may have been less well covered in class, leaving the student with a solid grasp of the entire syllabus. He also recommended alternative revision cards and exercise books with corrections which my daughter finds much more user friendly than the ones provided at her school. Overall a very satisfactory experience and we would recommend Mounir without hesitation to anyone looking for an excellent maths tutor.
Review by PASCALE
Private lessons in Math, Physics, Chemistry and SVT (Brussels)
Raef
Superb experience with Raef. I asked for his help to prepare a math assessment test with an enormous lack of basis but he accepted the challenge. I found out a nice teacher who is not afraid of explaining and repeating if necessary. I did enjoy his method with the whiteboard, it feels like you are in the same place and can interact on the same exercise. Either in English or french he will certainly be able to help you. He is super kind and flexible, I definitively recommend his services.
Review by DYLAN
Online Mathematics: Learn using real life applications. (Tokyo)
Uwa
Uwa is an exceptional tutor. With patience, easy to understand explanations, and an intuition for what works, Uwa is able to keep my daughter engaged in maths and, more importantly, improve her skills in the subject.
Review by MICHAEL