£27 per hour
I'm a Maths Graduate with over 5 years experience of teaching Maths at Leeds City College and Tutoring Privately. As well as GCSE I tutor for the Functional Skills Levels1 and 2.I tutor to teenagers and adults.
I have a great enthusiasm for Maths and want to show you that everyone can reach their potential in this subject, whether you are aiming for the highest grades or need a pass in a subject you've found difficult in the past - let me help you reach for the stars or overcome your difficulties.
Every session is tailored to the individual student and I work on the principle that there are no stupid questions. If there is something you don't understand, please ask! I base my tutoring on patience and listening skills but also a love of my subject.
By the way, I notice that a good many tutors on this site are asking for less than £20 an hour. These would seem to be mostly students. I am a fully qualified teacher with classroom experience
Here is a sample of the feedback I've received from past and current students/Parents
” Chris had worked well with my son and encouraged him through out tutoring.” Mrs N Groves (Parent)
“Chris is understanding and very helpful. Will do anything he can to make things easier ” Jade (Student)
“Very Reliable and a professional Tutor” Mrs C (Parent)
I really need help with topic. I don't get it at ALL. this is one of the questions used in class:- y=2x-1. y=x2 (Both x and y equal to 1 I just don't understand how or why) please explain
11 and 13 I am having huge trouble with.
11 is a triangle inside a triangle. Smaller one being 50° larger being 35° and the base of 35° is 10m. Joanne has to replace the two supporting guy wires for a hydro pole. She measures the distance between the base of the wires to be 10m, and their angle of inclination to be 50° and 35°. Determine the total length of the guy wire that needs to be replaced. Determine the height of the pole.
Question 13 is: From his nest, Mr. Robin flies east for 80m then south for 60m and then straight up into the sky for 30m. At this point how far is Mr. Robin from his nest? And at what angle of elevation viewed from their nest does Mrs. Robin see Mr. Robin?