I gained a 1st Class honours for my undergraduate BEng in Civil Engineering. Then went on to work for an Energy and Development NGO where I managed their online network. Now I'm currently halfway through my Masters in Environmental Engineering masters at Imperial College London.
For the past two years I have been tutoring A-level and GCSE maths and physics, helping numerous students achieve their desired academic goals. At Imperial College I help mentor undergraduate engineering students giving them advise on a wide spectrum of modules.
I developed an appreciation for tuition during my final year of secondary school. When I was struggling to grasp certain concepts in mechanics but through working with my personal tutor I gained a complete picture of those topics. The time I spent with my tutor not only helped me obtain top grades but also help me learn academic techniques which I carried through my entire education and build up a passion for mechanics in me. I try to replicate these methods in my tuition sessions.
Personal tuition whether it be in small groups or on a one-to-one basis should be seen as a necessary supplement to conventional education as it fosters a different mentality toward studying.