In the sessions, the tutor will provide a brief recap of the key points underpinning each topic before giving example questions at varying degrees of difficulty and working through these problems together with the students. The sessions will not be taught from first principles; students will be expected to be familiar with the content, though being a little rusty is OK, as the tutor will recap the key points behind the methods. Between the sessions, a short homework will be set. The tutor will go through the solutions to the homework at the start of the next session.
The main topics that we will focus on in the course are Differentiation and Integration, Trigonometry, Functions and Transformations, Arithmetic and Geometric Series, Hypothesis Testing, the Normal and Binomial Distributions, and Forces and Motion. Note that this course does not cover every topic in the A-Level syllabus; we will prioritise depth on topics that students typically find tricky rather than trying to briefly touch on every topic in the course.
Detailed feedback: An end of course report is sent on completion detailing the student’s achievements and areas for further work.
Clio is a professional tutor, she is passionate about Maths and aims to inspire her students with her knowledge and enthusiasm. Clio has delivered 600 hours of 1:1 tutoring as well as running multiple Keystone courses.
- Maximum Class Size: We teach in groups of no more than 10 with the average number in our classes being 5
- Platform: Lessons will take place on Zoom, which is free and straightforward for students to use. A link will be sent out ahead of the course start date. Take a look at this video to see our online teaching in action.
- Age group: Year 13
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