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Jacob W


Chemistry student at University of Bath, 4.5 years of experience

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A bit about Jacob W

My tutoring sessions have largely moved online in recent years, with all my previous students ranging from ages 10-17 in various subjects. The typical length of my sessions are 1 hour, however they can be longer if necessary! My teaching methodology is very much inquiry based, with content mixed in with questions and quizzes throughout the lesson. Depending on the topic, working on exam technique is a must, something a lot of students struggle with. Of course, this varies depending on the student, however I have achieved some excellent results with my methodologies. I first started tutoring 4 years ago, beginning primarily with younger students teaching primary school standard material. Over the years, I have expanded my horizon to teaching all ages up to 18, and my experience because of this has prepared me to be an effective, charismatic, and personable tutor. Being my degree, I specialise in Chemistry. I am looking to complete my masters degree in under 6 months, however this by no means suggests that I only can teach chemistry. I have a general interest in science and mathematics, and this is why I am also available to teach any sciences or mathematics up to GCSE level, as well as Chemistry up to University standard. Growing up and taking exams I was always tested on the Edexcel exam board, however throughout my years of tutoring I have taught with the AQA exam board as well.

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Subject Level
Maths Primary
Maths KS3
Maths GCSE
Science Primary
Biology GCSE
Chemistry GCSE
Chemistry A-Level
Physics GCSE

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