• A-Level Maths: Edexcel, OCR, CIE and AQA
• IB and Pre-U Maths
• University Entrance Exams (MAT, STEP, TMUA, CSAT, AEA)
• Oxbridge Preparation (Mock Interviews etc.)
• GCSE/IGCSE Maths: AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR
• GCSE Additional Maths (OCR FSMQ, CIE IGCSE Additional, Edexcel IGCSE Further Pure, AQA Level 2 Certificate in Further Maths)
• Programming Skills in Python and C#
I began tutoring informally while I was taking my GCSEs in 2009. I attended an all-ability school in Northern Ireland and typically found subjects much easier than my peers, so I began to teach those around me. This is where I initially developed a passion for teaching, and it inspired my school to introduce a program where older students could tutor younger students in a more structured fashion. Alongside this and outside of school, I offered private tutoring sessions to GCSE, and later A-Level students.
I continued to tutor on moving to university. Throughout my four years at Imperial I tutored a range of ages both Maths and Science. At Timeline Tutorials and Study Centre I worked with students in Years 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 helping them with preparation for their GCSEs and A-Levels in both Maths and Physics.
In my third year at Imperial, I was offered the opportunity to complete a teacher training course at the university which enabled me to teach a GCSE Further Maths class at Pimlico Academy. I have also tutored at university level at Imperial College, assisting first year Maths undergraduate students by delivering group tutorials and one-on-one intensive catch-up sessions.
Since joining Keystone in 2016, I have specialised in tutoring year 12 and 13 Maths (A-level, IB and Pre-U) while also tutoring Maths at lower levels and Science at 13+ and GCSE. I also teach for the MAT and STEP, which are admissions tests used to select applicants to Maths courses at Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial College and other top universities. In addition, I have helped facilitate courses for the MAT run by Oxford and Imperial College on 7 occasions, after graduating from Imperial College myself.
In a given week, I currently spend around 20 hours tutoring online, so I have a lot of experience with this medium and stand by its effectiveness; it is certainly no compromise when compared to face-to-face tutoring.
I am a very passionate tutor and hugely enjoy helping students to engage with, better understand and ultimately, feel more confident in both Maths and Science.