Physics is one of the core GCSE subjects, and shows logical and analytical thinking.
So why not boost your Physics GCSE grade with private one-to-one tuition?
The First Lesson
The first lesson will be spent finding the best ways to help you learn, and identifying the key areas to improve. Working at your own pace, Abi will increase your confidence and your ability to achieve those higher grades. There are so many topics and facts to learn in Physics, which is where private tuition can be a real benefit. Each person has their own preferred way of learning, and Abi will help find the methods which work for you, and work individually to help you revise in the way that is best for you.
Regular exam-style questions will help measure your progress, and help you get familiar with exam technique. Abi also puts together an individual course structure for each student, which focuses on building up the less confident topics before developing and perfecting your skills.
The lesson structure is based around using an interactive online whiteboard, which both the student and Abi can draw on. The student can work through practice questions and interactive worksheets on the whiteboard under careful guidance, and in this way Abi can also help with spelling, constructing answers to questions and how to draw scientific diagrams.
As well as using the online whiteboard, Abi also uses the online platform Educake, which provides short, fun quizzes to consolidate the knowledge learnt in the lesson.
Abi has experience teaching multiple exam boards, including AQA, OCR, and Edexcel, as well as IGCSE.
Abi is an experienced tutor who specialises in science and maths. She is enthusiastic and is always looking for new ways to make her lessons fun. Her previous experience as a fun science presenter in primary schools has provided her with the training to provide fun and engaging science sessions which keeps the children both entertained and interested.
Abi studied at the University of Bristol, before working for the Aerospace Company Airbus. During her time in the Chief Engineer’s department, she volunteered as a Education Outreach Representative for Airbus. Abi helped to organise and coordinate many science and technology events at Airbus and at schools, including the UK Robot Challenge Finals and The Big Bang Science Fair. Her love of working with students to encourage and promote science led her to a career in science teaching, and finally academic tuition. She has worked for Arlen Education for several years offering Maths and Science tuition to students up to GCSE level and Headstart to A-level.
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