Claremont High School Academy – GCSEs: 4A*s, 6As, 3Bs
St Dominic’s Sixth Form College – A-Levels: Maths A, Chemistry A, French A and Physics AS Level.
University College London (UCL)
Natural Sciences BSc (Physical Chemistry and Mathematics and Statistics)
Love Learning Tutors
Common Entrance: 11+, 13+
GCSE: Maths and Advanced Maths, Triple Sciences, English, French, History
A-Level: Mathematics and Further, Chemistry, French, Physics AS-Level
Other experience in tutoring includes leading booster sessions for Maths and English GCSE students, conducting French oral exam practice and teaching AS-Level Mathematics to peers.
Skills and Interests
I am proficient in spoken and written French and Arabic – language is quite important to me as I believe it provides an irreplaceable human connection between people of different nations and cultures, and because it sustains my essay-writing skills and love for French cinematography and music. I am fully capable in Microsoft Office, and looking to learn coding from scratch. I am also hoping to become fluent in at least one musical instrument during my time at university, starting with the piano. I am a self-confessed bookworm - my life was only complete upon the purchase of the entire Harry Potter series in first edition.
Education has always been the primary focus of my life, yet it was only upon starting my university degree that I genuinely realised how much I want to help others with their education: to be able to perform confidently in pressurised situations, but more importantly, to be able to think independently, to expand one’s knowledge and broaden one’s horizons, and to truly appreciate academic progress. When tutoring a student, I hope to help them achieve this in a friendly and supportive environment, where they are encouraged to reach their full potential, and ask questions without hesitation due to the one-on-one dynamic. I enjoy studying multiple sciences, so I feel that I am suitably equipped to tutor my mentioned subjects, as I have the perspective needed to aid someone’s understanding of an abstract concept or an apparently impossible obstacle – whatever it may be. I also understand that a student can find themselves intimidated by the weight their studies may have on the near or distant future, and as a recent school graduate, I can wholeheartedly relate. This makes tutoring more worthwhile in my opinion, as I will have the wonderful opportunity of watching someone else in my generation take control of their own learning, and become a more confident, motivated and capable individual