I'm a 23 year-old graduate with a 1st Class Masters in Chemistry & Physics, with hundreds of hours experience in tutoring. Having had students from London to Sydney, Zurich to Singapore, and Geneve to Shenzen, I can rely on 4 years of experience and up-to-date knowledge of exam specifications to provide pupils with a tailored education.
Why I Chose STEM
Science is the future. STEM qualifications open the door to new career opportunities and could lead to a job in a decade which doesn't even exist today.
My Approach to Tutoring Science
The bigger picture should come before the details. Time spent trying to build on weak foundations is wasted; one is better served looking at the underlying science. A student can fill in any gaps later.
An issue with classroom learning is the one-size-fits-all approach. A method for connecting the dots which works for one person might not for the next; teachers simply don't have time to discuss a concept from various angles. For me, a multi-faceted approach is the best way to build a concrete understanding.
Learn how to go about tackling new problems. While there's no substitute for practice, the approach is key. Don't panic - new problems are far less daunting once broken into steps. Remember, exams generally ask you to 'jump through hoops' - there are only so many questions they can serve up! With some work, public examinations won't seem such a headache.