Dr Arjun's Tutoring Profile
Masters And Ph.D In Mathematics, Tutors at All Levels
- University of Sheffield
- University of Bath
I believe my role as a tutor is to provide my students with individual assistance and support with their problems, and equally importantly, to try and ignite their interest in studying. I try and engage my students, to stimulate them, while still making them feel comfortable around me. It is essential that students not only get good grades, but also understand concepts, learn to think mathematically and solve problems themselves.
Rather than just showing them how to solve problems, I encourage students to think and work through things themselves, while only gently prodding them in the right direction. This tends to greatly enhance their knowledge and self-confidence, and many are surprised at how well they do.
I have been a full time private tutor since 2011 and a university tutor since 2006. I have considerable experience with a range of specific courses such as MA100 and ST100 at LSE. As well as PDEs, complex analysis, graph theory, differential geometry at Kings. In terms of Oxford courses I am experienced in representation theory and topology, financial mathematics and complex analysis.
I successfully supported several SAT, GMAT, and GRE clients with their quantitative preparation. I took both the GMAT and GRE exams myself and scored 760 on the GMAT with full marks on the quantitative section, and 1550 on the GRE (old format, 800 on quantitative, 750 verbal).
- PhD Mathematics - University of Sheffield 2011
- MMath - University of Bath 2011 (1st)
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