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Architect and Experienced Tutor With a Specialisation in Design For Manufacture.
I started my design journey back in 2012. Since then, I have worked in multi-disciplinary design fields, both in academic and professional realms. I completed my masters in design for manufacture at Bartlett, University College London. After spending some time in architecture firms, I currently work as a design expert with a tech company in India. My education and work experience has been consistently focusing on various aspects in the world of design.
I spend my free time making digital art, cooking or caught in discussions about innovative design trends in the market.
I passionately enjoy working with individuals in finding creative opportunities within projects. Absolutely love engaging with and inspiring students!
Highly qualified (BA, MA, M.Phil, PhD,PGCE) and experienced History teacher of GCSE, IGCSE, A Level and IB, as well as Undergraduate admissions (HAA,HAT) support.
With my twenty five year experience of teaching History in leading UK independent schools and as an examiner, I am able to support you with a detailed understanding of content, exam techniques and how to revise effectively. My aim is to support you in your current learning and to help prepare you for further academic study at university. Having taught GCSE, IGCSE, IB and A Level History, I can offer support on a variety of academic programmes. In addition, I have much experience in Oxbridge preparation both for interviews and HAT assessments.
I have a record of outstanding performance both for grades and value added. Always placing pupil engagement at the centre of my teaching, I seek to develop learning habits through collaboration, communication and the construction of argument. Through monitoring and tracking academic performance, feedback and target referencing, I have sought to ensure that each of my pupils is challenged to reflect, make progress and reach their full potential.
Former Lecturer and Highly Experienced Tutor Specialising in Statistics, Mathematics and Actuarial Science.
I'm currently working as a consultant in New York City, working at the intersection of management consulting and data science. Prior to this, I obtained a PhD in Mathematics/Statistics from the University of Oxford. I combine a broad range of experience that enables me to teach both a theoretical as well as an applied content to students. Having taught at various Oxford departments and colleges, I am familiar with the whole mathematics and statistics curriculum for undergraduate students, and gained knowledge on the effectiveness of a variety of teaching methods. As part of my work, I apply modern statistical methods and artificial intelligence, combining mathematical expertise with a business angle. Part of my role is explaining these models to client users, often to a non-technical audience.
Informal and friendly Languages & Linguistics expert, specialising in Spanish, Phonetics, and Oxbridge Admissions (including MLAT Preparation).
I fell into tutoring when offered some part-time tuition work, during my study of Linguistics and Spanish at St Catherine’s College, Oxford. Roughly eight years later, tutoring has become my full-time profession, still with a focus on those two subjects, as well as university entrance to Oxbridge and Russell Group universities for a range of subjects. I am lucky to teach language and linguistics - two subjects which dovetail each other and continually provide new avenues for exploration. I have helped students improve their language grades at all levels, and achieve university offers from Oxbridge, Edinburgh, Bristol, and others. I take an informal but rigorous approach to tutoring, taking advantage of the personal, non-classroom relationship that tuition allows. I have a special (but rarely indulged!) interest in Old Norse and modern Icelandic.
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