• (I)GCSE Physics (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR)
• (I)GCSE Chemistry (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR)
• (I)GCSE Biology (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR)
• (I)GCSE Maths (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR)
• (I)GCSE Further Maths (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR)
• A-level Physics (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR)
• A-level Maths (AQA, CIE, Edexcel and OCR): C1-4, S1, M1 and New Specification
• ENGAA (Engineering Aptitude Assesment)
• NSAA (Natural Sciences Aptitude Assessment)
• PAT (Physics Aptitude Test)
• Oxbridge Interviews- Engineering, Natural Sciences
• Admissions tests for Oxbridge/Imperial- Engineering, Natural Sciences
I started tutoring when I was 14, helping young children. Realising teaching was something I really enjoyed I then taught GCSE as soon as I had finished my own and taught A levels while at university. While studying Engineering at Oxford University I kept up with some tutoring during the term time but mostly tutored at home during the holidays.
After completing my Engineering MSc, I wanted to stretch myself and try some academic writing. To this end, I tutored full-time in London to raise funds to complete a second master's. During this time, I helped with intense revision in the lead-up to exams as well as taking on a challenging home-schooling role, getting an A* in A-level maths in just 6 months.
I ended up at UEA studying Climate Change and tutoring almost full-time including working with a local school helping disadvantaged children in groups of 3.
Having enjoyed tutoring so much I decided to commit full-time and started taking on long-term home-schooling roles as well as afterschool support.
Through my many years of tutoring, I have helped students across the world. This has helped me adapt my teaching style to different working cultures as well as to cover many exam boards. I have also had the fortune to help some great students who have struggled with SEN.
I have over 15000 hours taught including paid and voluntary teaching in and out of schools.