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
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 +6 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
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.
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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.