The most important method I teach is consistency. I believe in working hard but also working smart so that students are using their time efficiently and are increasing their productivity. I encourage them to do a bit of work every day instead of overworking and cramming as they start to rely on short-term memory over long-term which is far more beneficial. Past papers and exam questions are my main method of teaching, but if a student doesn't understand a certain topic, I will explain and break down topics easily so that they not only just learn the topic but also have a thorough understanding of it. I can go through different revision techniques depending on the topic but also explore and discover what works best with the student so that their learning is effective.
Once we outline what their weaknesses are, I will draw up a lesson plan of what material to cover each lesson so that sessions are organised and tailored to the student's needs and will also set homework to follow up the learnt content.
I would consider myself as extroverted and outgoing and can work independently as well as in a team. I believe I am highly organised and efficient which will aid the students’ progression and understanding of the subject. As someone who believes in the virtue of hard work, I will encourage the student to do the same and put in the effort into their work so that they see the outcomes.
I have a great passion for the sciences and are currently studying all of them as my A-level subjects. I am currently the leader of the Biomedical Society at my school and actively read books and articles on topics in science as part of my super-curriculum, demonstrating my interest in the subjects I love and teach.
During my years so far in education, I have learned valuable life skills and participated in many opportunities and societies, such as taking part in volunteering events in the local community, which has allowed me to cultivate my interpersonal skills and develop my communication skills, which are valuable when helping struggling students. My approach is to not just memorise facts, but to also understand; without a sound understanding, there is no strong foundation to build upon. I currently work part-time at a private tutoring centre based in Maidstone which gives me sufficient experience in teaching group classes, as well as one-to-one tutoring, and has broadened my knowledge with teaching and education. I am passionate about helping others achieve their goals and succeed through their academic career.
Invicta Grammar School
• Mathematics (Edexcel) 8
• English Literature (Edexcel) 7
• English Language (Edexcel) 7
• Biology (AQA) 9
• Chemistry (AQA) 9
• Physics (AQA) 9
• French (AQA) 9
• Computing (OCR) 8
• History (AQA) 8
• Drama (OCR) 8
• AQA Certificate Level 2 Further Mathematics A
Maidstone Grammar School
ALPS A-level Predicted Grades
• Biology (OCR) A/B
• Chemistry (OCR A) A/B
• French (AQA A
• Physics (AQA) A/B
• Good communication skills
• Hard working
• Reliable and responsible
• Bilingual (Nepalese)
• Invicta Grammar Student Mentor Award: This award recognised my hard work in helping other students with subjects they’re struggling in during my time when I was a French and Maths mentor for two years
• West Kent Try Angle Award Certificate 2015: This certificate was awarded for my nomination in the category of Community Action due to actively fundraising money for the April 2015 Nepal earthquake
• Student Voice: A position which allowed me to build on my speaking and listening skills
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