Graham has served as a volunteer tutor and teaching assistant since 2013, with experience across physics, mathematics, engineering, technical writing, and standardized tests. He graduated from the University of Maine as valedictorian in 2014 with a B.S. in Physics and M.S. in Electrical Engineering, and recently completed the MAst program in Applied Mathematics at Cambridge University. Current Graham is pursuing a PhD in particle physics and data science at University College London. He is eager to work with students in all technical fields, providing study support for taught classes as well as guiding students to develop key skills such as writing, quantitative reasoning, and coding.
Biology, Chemistry +7 more
Megumi has tutored in Math and other Math-related fields such as Biology and Chemistry since 2012. She has spent a year teaching High School Algebra in New York City in 2017 and has experience in preparing students for standardised exams. She has a Bachelor Degree with Honours in Mathematics and just completed Part II Mathematics at the University of Cambridge on a postgraduate scholarship. Megumi can work with students on GCSE level Mathematics through some Undergraduate Pure Mathematics and can help students with their problem solving strategies, conceptual understanding, reasoning and with testing anxiety.
Dr Joseph Kay is a tutor and researcher, formerly working as a tutor for undergraduate students at the University of Oxford, where he was awarded a DPhil in Music in 2019. Passionate about enabling students to realise their full potential, he likes teaching that is adaptive, responding to the individual needs of each of his students and tailoring every lesson accordingly. Allied with this is his firm belief that showing is a more valuable teaching approach than telling; a student will learn better, and remember what they have learnt for longer, if they are given the space to find out answers for themselves. Not only is this exploratory approach a much better strategy for learning, it’s also much more fun!
Joseph worked as a tutor at the University of Oxford for three years, specialising in music history, the philosophy and sociology of music, composition, and essay writing and study skills. Since 2013 he has also been involved in the admissions process at Oxford University’s Faculty of Music, acting as the central marker for performance auditions and composition submissions. Alongside his university teaching, Joseph has also taught a number of students privately in Oxford and London, and has mentored in numerous outreach projects and courses.
English Language and Literature, Essay +8 more
Ciao! I’m Domiziana, 24, Italian, I speak 3 languages (guess which!). I am doing a DPhil in Migration at the University of Oxford funded by the Clarendon Scholarship. I got a MPhil in Sociology from the University of Cambridge (Distinction, final grade: 80,5) with a Gates Cambridge Scholarship. I have a BA in Liberal Arts and Science from Amsterdam University College (GPA 4.00) where I specialised in Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies. I took my diploma from an Italian high school where I mostly had scientific subjects (maths, physics, chemistry, biology, earth science). I graduated with 100/100 and in each of the scientific subjects I had 9/10. After high school, I kept developing my maths skills. I was trained in quantitative research, which means a lot of maths. I also have been tutoring students from different backgrounds and levels in maths, physics, and statistics since 2015. My approach: I don’t teach to learn by heart. I teach students how to get to solutions through creative routes. If in maths there is often only one solution, there is never one way to get there. Maths aside, I also teach Italian and English! I know what it means to learn a new language and I am passionate about seeing how studnets become confident, able to express themselves in a new language and ace their exams. Maths and languages aside, my love is for sociology and media studies! I guide students in understanding sociological concepts, theories, and jargon and more fundamentally in developing critical thinking. Through knowledge of concepts, critical thinking, and the strengthening of writing techniques, I help students build their confidence to ace their exams! PS: I can help you with Oxbridge applications!
English, Italian +3 more
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Sigal recently graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where she studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Currently, she is pursuing a masters degree in Behavioral Science. This summer she will begin working at the Boston Consulting Group as a full time management consultant.
Sigal is a patient and caring tutor, and enjoys helping students with english, writing, grammar, math, science and more!
Biblical Hebrew, Business and Communication +13 more
My name is Pratha and I study medicine at UCL (5th year). I have an intercalated degree in psychology and I have been teaching for 8 years.
I teach biology, chemistry, physics, maths and help with preparation with medical school including personal statement, interview prep and admissions examination.
Biology, Chemistry +5 more
I'm a senior at Harvard University studying mathematics and economics. I've tutored dozens of students over the past two years in subjects ranging from economics and mathematics to Latin and psychology, and many more in between. I'm glad to be working with Yaudat and I'm tremendously excited to help you in whatever way I can.
Calculus, Economics +3 more
I will help you or your child address mathematical problems through a tailored, supportive approach. I use positive, constructive feedback to make lessons enjoyable, motivational, and worthwhile.
Before teaching, I like to chat about both of our strengths and weaknesses. You need to understand how I teach, just as I need to understand how you best learn. First lessons are half price, and act as a trial run. Afterwards, I introduce testing (don't worry - nothing intimidating) and start tracking progress.
Whether you need stretching beyond the syllabus, help with the foundations, or help applying to uni, I can work to address these challenges.
I've tutored GCSE and A level mathematics for four years, and taught some first year undergraduate mathematics. Having studied at Balliol College, Oxford University, I have a first hand knowledge of the the admissions procedure. I also scored 1, 1, 1 in STEP, so I can help with Oxford or Cambridge maths admissions.
Being based in Oxford, I'm lucky to have unique access to research, innovation, and pressing conversations. I can discuss this with you, and answer any questions you have about life here as an undergrad.
I look forward to hearing how I can - hope to speak with you soon!
Further Mathematics, Mathematics +3 more
I have a Masters in Physics from the University of St Andrews (1st class honours, graduated in 2018), specialising in the education of physics, and as an undergraduate helped teach in schools. I then completed a second Masters in History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge (1st class honours, graduated 2020), so I'm skilled in teaching, communicating and understanding the context of both science and history beyond the lab.
I love to help others understand more about the subjects I care about, and to improve their skills and knowledge, whether that's through tackling problems, developing writing skills, or through discussing and being inspired by the weird and wonderful stuff that we know about our world and the universe.
I work to tailor each lesson to the individual that I'm teaching. For example, having been through many exam periods myself I understand the stress and pressure that students are under at such times, and can work closely with the exam syllabus to ensure that my students are as well prepared as they can be! Other students might be looking for a more general knowledge of the subject (perhaps exams aren't immediately on the horizon). In that case, I'm happy to provide more of a broad overview to try to explore why these subjects matter, to try to encourage students to develop, or reinforce, a passion for learning that can be beneficial in university applications or beyond
History, Mathematics +1 more
I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016, where I studied philosophy and premedical studies. Since then, I've been a medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. I am a third year medical student.
Biology, Chemistry +3 more
I am a student at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA in the United States. I study evolutionary biology, and I'm eager to help students learn about biology generally. I'm also available to help with preparation for standardized exams and with writing essays for class or university admissions.
Biology, English +2 more
I am a first-year PhD student in Mathematics at Brandeis University and have a bachelor's degree in math from Williams College. I have four years experience as a teaching assistant, including tutoring, teaching, and grading, both online and in-person.
My experience includes teaching Calc I and Calc II, as well as years of tutoring for Precalculus and Linear Algebra. I can also help with any other math course at the secondary/high school level, and with most standard undergraduate math courses.
I am based on the East Coast of the United States, so times from 7 am - 10 pm here (12 pm - 3 am in the UK) work best for me, with some room for flexibility on either end.
Hi, I hope you are staying safe and that I may be of help during this difficult time. A little about me: I'm from New York City. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Columbia University in New York. I studied Maths for 2 trimesters and in Cambridge University, UK. I received a 790 on the SAT Math section. I absolutely love teaching, have over 10 years of tutoring experience and am very passionate about math(s) ! I have 4 younger brothers, am a tennis fan and tutor all ages.
Hi! My name is Benjamin Zirman and I am a recent graduate of Yeshiva University where I double majored in Finance and Data Analytics with a minor in Management. I currently work for the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the G League department as a Stats Analyst. My previous working experiences include: Marketing Intern for Quantum Networks, Finance Intern for TrimTabs Asset Management, Basketball Intern for Impact Sports Management, Data Analyst for RSPCT Basketball Technologies, Financial Analytics Intern for the Brooklyn Nets, and Finance Intern for the New York Knicks. Some of my college extra-curricular interests include being the Sy Syms School of Business Vice President for two years, the color commentator for the Men's basketball team, the Sports Anchor on a weekly Campus News Show, and the campus ambassador for Gift of Life.
Biblical Hebrew, Business Management +4 more
Hi there! My name is Britney. I absolutely love to teach. I was born and raised in Montreal and experienced great success at school and in college due to amazing and unforgettable professors. This is the foundation of my commitment to helping out my students, whatever their abilities may be. Currently, I am in college studying and am studying towards a joint masters degree in Law and Social Work. I have been tutoring and teaching for four years in various settings to a wide range of students. I hope to be able to share my knowledge and experience with you and help you achieve your academic goals!
Creative Writing, Critical Thinking +23 more
Siyun (Cheryl) C.
Cheryl has been a student studying Biological Natural Sciences at Cambridge since 2017.
She is an advocate for proteins from plant-based sources, having led a society that spoke on the United Nations. Cheryl’s passion is research, in genetically engineered rice and bioinformatical research in rare genetic diseases, which is awaiting publication on Nature.
She has been tutoring science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) from 13+ up to A Levels since 2016. She is experienced in Oxbridge admissions process, having given public talks and interviews for renowned magazine articles (Study Abroad magazine, 2018). She is experienced in giving interview mocks and advices, covering entrance exams (materials and tactics), revising and brainstorming for PS’s.
She also corrects and advises general US and UK application essays and interviews, from undergraduate studies all the way up to PhD statements and proposals. Her success cases includes 3 Cambridge Natural sciences undergraduates, one Cambridge graduate studying a Master’s degree, and one computational biology PhD in France.
She is experienced in teaching standardised exams such as IELTS, TOEFL, SAT, SAT subject tests, ACT.
She is fluent in both English and Chinese and can teach Chinese.
Biology, Chemistry +6 more
A New York City native with degrees from the US and the UK, I have a passion for teaching languages and problem-solving. I look forward to bringing my experience tutoring in Latin, English, mathematics, and standardised testing to our future sessions.
Classical Civilisation, English +3 more
Joseph graduated from Cambridge University. He will be happy to assist you with Maths.
Tutoring fees normally vary between £20 and £80 per hour, depending on the academic level and complexity of the subject. For all that time you will have the undivided attention of your tutor.
One-to–one tutoring will have an immediate impact on your performance. You can ask your tutor to clarify any issues or confusion without experiencing the discomfort you might have in the classroom. Sessions are tailored to your specific needs and special interests. Your tutor is experienced in helping you to gain deeper understanding of key issues to improve your performance in exams. Students often remark on how much their confidence has been boosted by these discussions, which in turn enhances performance in other ways as well – e.g. presentations and oral discussions.