2008 Sheffield-Hallam University (UK) BEng Hons Automation & Manufacturing Engineering
2002 GCE O (MY, Kuala Lumpur) English Language (A1), Mathematics (A1), Additional Mathematics (A1), Physics (A1), Chemistry (A1), Biology (A2), Malay (A2), Moral (B4), History (C5)
Both my parents are respectable teachers and I grew up receiving one-to-one sessions with my stern headmistress mother. I have little experience teaching, I once had a short assignment teaching A.Maths during my college days. I also taught basic first aid in schools as a qualified St John Ambulance member. When I was in high school, I had some experience teaching children the basics of international chess. These assignments allowed me to gain some experience working with primary to secondary school students.
I was a part of the St John Ambulance competition team in school. The training took me to hospitals for medic training, and army camps for drills. These training stints took up 5 days of the week when I was preparing for O levels. All these excluding the several chess tournaments I took part yearly. All the commitments and positions I have had in school has taught me time management and exam skills.
I am very flexible with tuition timings and any schedule changes as long as ample notice is given. Two hour sessions would be ideal for the student's learning. It would allow us to focus longer on the task and not be interrupted by time constraints. As much as possible it would be better for the student to grasp the concept there and then rather than picking up where we left off the week before. I also believe that fair amount homework is necessary to reinforce learning. I spend time teaching the students concepts, going through problems and solving them while explainin
Commitment Level I will be able to start immediately. Time slots are flexible. Unable to schedule lessons on Sundays.