£20 per hour
Struggling with ICT, Computing or Maths? I can help you.
As a PhD graduate in software engineering with 3 years teaching experience and 2 years in industry, I can help students in the following areas:
- General computing and IT,
- Programming fundamentals,
- Java, C#, Python, Scala, SQL and AngularJS (beginner-advanced),
- Discrete/computer maths, statistics and data science,
- Software engineering principles (e.g. development patterns, stages of development, UML, TDD, SOLID, Agile, ethics and law),
- Formal verification and validation and software modelling,
- Dependability, fault-tolerance and reliability,
- System and network security, software resilience and practical cryptography,
- Using a command line interface (Linux and Powershell)
As I also have a strong background in Maths, I would also be happy to help GCSE and A-level students in Maths (if statistics or discrete Maths, I can also help undergraduate students with this as well).
I have taught and helped to teach students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and have also taught both GCSE and A-level (mostly those following either the AQA or OCR syllabuses), where I would be happy to teach computing students at any of these levels.
I'm generally available for lessons on weekends between 10am-7pm and weekdays after 6pm and am happy to do sessions from 1-3 hours at £20 per hour. I also offer code reviews, proof-reading and mock marking of past exam papers. The first review is free (to make sure that you're happy with the service) with all subsequent reviews being charged at £20 per hour. I review dissertations at a standard rate of £65.
So, if you need extra help with a GCSE, A-level, undergraduate or postgraduate computing course (or GCSE/A-Level Maths course), feel free to get in touch.