I like to base how I teach on how I wish I had been taught myself at school. No-one has ever got anywhere if they don't want to learn. I try to make it my goal to help those I help, to want to learn. Being 19 years old, I wouldn't like those I was helping to think of me as a teacher, rather someone helping them to get to where they want to be academically (As cheesy as that sounds). At the same time, I understand the rigorous approach often needed to help get students to the grades they desire. The stress of exams or just learning in general can be hard, I only look to help alleviate some of that pressure.
I have 3 A*'s at A Level in English, Religious Education and Fine art. I currently study English, both literature and language, at the University of Birmingham. I have helped tutor young people studying GCSE English whilst in A Level myself, but I am also able to tutor those currently doing A Level. Those I have tutored have all received an A or higher (7 and above).
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