Physics (A-Level) tutors & teachers

Recruiter
Tutorfair
Location
Ladybarn
Salary
Up to £10,000
Posted
04 Apr 2018
Closes
13 May 2018
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Physics (A-Level) tutors & teachers

"I am looking for an A level physics tutor who can help me pull up my disappointing mock D grade to at least the B I require for the university of my choice. Preferably someone who knows the AQA spec and is familiar with the physics exam techniques and revision techniques which is something I am struggling with I feel as I forget a lot of my revision the next day. Not knowing sometimes what to do to improve my grade has been a major issue for me and I need all the help I can get. I believe I am not a D or a C grade student achieving As and A* in my computer science and math mocks respectively but I feel I am missing a piece to push me to the top grades in my physics. I can usually grasps the concepts in physics fairly quickly but the it is the application I slip up on. Preferably I prefer tutors who offer free first lessons so I know if they’re the right person to guide me through my physics A level. I hope to hear from you soon Kind regards, Hussein."

Requested by Hussein J in M14 6qn

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  • Passion for helping others succeed
  • Professional and personable approach
  • Organised and reliable
  • Mastery of the subject at your chosen levels
  • No formal qualifications required, but prior experience preferred
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  • Must be 18 or older
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