A physics graduate with a passion for maths, science and teaching!
You can book a free 20 minute, no-commitment introduction with any of our tutors. How does this work?
I am a recent physics graduate from the University of Exeter where from January onwards I will be working as a full-time teaching assistant at London Academy focusing on maths and science. Here I will be supporting students with special education needs so that they reach their maximum potential in their learning.
My experience in personal tutoring began when I was referred to two local students who were struggling with their Mathematics and had their GCSE examinations coming up, after weeks of regular tutoring they achieved A*s in their exams having surpassed all expectations. I have also taken on sixth form students who have needed support with their studies such as my most recent pupil, who with my weekly sessions achieved a 6 in her International Baccalaureate Mathematics Studies assessments and now studies at Durham University.
My passion for maths, the sciences and the joy I find in explaining it to my friends and pupils is what made me realise I want to become a tutor and I hope to take on more students so they have the same success.
University of Exeter - BSc Physics - Upper Second Class Honours
Mathematics - A*
Chemistry - A
Physics - B
Where do I go from here?
You can send Arbnor K a message through Sherpa and they will usually get back to you within 24 hours. You'll receive an SMS and email notification when they do so.
How do the introductions work?
Sherpa gives you the opportunity to meet our tutors in a free 20 minute introduction, which takes place through the Sherpa classroom.
How do lessons work?
All lessons take place through Sherpa's online, industry-leading classroom. This is a combination of a collaborative, real time whiteboard and a video call, like Zoom.