• IGCSE AS and A2 Classes Maths and Science subjects.
• Adaptability (flexibility, adjustability, versatility)
With individual tutoring, tutor must adapt himself to every case. Since there is no pre-determined formula, the tutor’s approach must depend on the student’s need and the particular difficulties he or she experiences. Throughout the sessions, the tutor will have to re-evaluate the student’s objectives as they progress.
• Energy (motivation, enthusiasm, interpersonal skills)
In order to establish a good relationship, the tutor must be an energetic person, someone with a lot of enthusiasm with respect to human interactions. This interest will certainly have a positive impact on a child discouraged by school and his or her bad grades
• Can explain material in multiple ways;
Understands that not all students understand concepts the same way and the first time; can sense when students do not understand and willingly tries another approach of presenting the material
• Openness (accessibility, availability, involvement, empathy)
Listening to the needs of the child and demonstrating openness will help to better understand a student’s situation. Inquiring about the context (academic situation, environment at school, at home, etc.) allows the adoption of a more appropriate follow-up and the better use of work methods. The tutor’s involvement and presence offers support for a student in trouble and will make the student feel valued.
• Humility (respect, discernment, acceptance)
Even though we think we have most of the subject matter on the tips of our fingers, it may happen that some concepts escape us. It’s normal, we can’t know everything, and we must be able to recognize this.
Don’t hesitate to say that you do not know about a particular concept. Trying to bluff your way through will only hurt the student and your reputation in the long run.
• Focusing on Past year Papers Assignments, Monthly unit tests