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I appreciate that maths is not everyone's favourite subject, and while I would love to provide avenues for discovery of what maths can be, I also know that most people just want to pass an exam which will allow them to apply for their next job, or pursue their desired course, or even simply be done with maths exams. I aim to provide an environment in my sessions that caters to your needs. I will work at your pace but try to push you past what you think you can achieve. I will NEVER judge anyone for struggling or needing to slow down or re-cover a topic. I encourage students to ask as many questions as they like because I'd rather discuss an idea than lecture. My style of teaching is designed to lead you along the way until you find the answer yourself. I've worked with agencies for six years starting when I was at university studying maths, and have recently started building my own service which is direct-to-consumer, making it much easier to use and cheaper for clients.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love seeing young people who hate mathematics or even just struggle with the subject succeed where they never thought they could. I love seeing them develop trust towards a maths teacher where they have been given (even if only in their eyes) little-to-no support before.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I worked with agencies for years. Most of them were great. The benefits are not having to look for clients, and if there is a problem, the agent can deal with it. But that also comes at a cost. For the most part, students or their carers pay through the nose and very little of that gets to the tutor. It also becomes very hard to have an open discussion about a student's day-to-day needs when there is a middle man. I also don't find it useful (and the research would agree with me) to fill in a written report every week. I want to talk to students about how they feel and to their carers about how the student it progressing. In running my own business I can set an overall lower price than most agencies, give a more personal, direct experience, and take home more at the end of the day. I can build this service over time, including my website, to be useful even when I'm not teaching.

Why should our clients choose you?

I had to work to achieve what I did in the field, and I understand what it's like not to enjoy the subject. I have no expectations of students other than that they try their best on any given day. I know they're struggling or they wouldn't need tutoring. In the past, it's always been my patience and understanding that have allowed students to thrive. Unless I feel it is to the students benefit (which is sometimes but rarely), I will not make them do question after question from a book or an exam paper. If given enough time, I want to help students develop an understanding (and if possible and appreciation) of where all of these arbitrary things they're told to learn, come from and where they can be applied. There will be times where I say "you're probably not going to use that, but here's why it works and unfortunately you do need to learn it to pass the exam". I want to avoid that at all costs but I will never lie to a student.

I am not a tutor who uses academic success to sell his services. I have always believed that the people who struggled in a subject but persevered and achieved make better teachers than those who (will still have had to work) but have a natural affinity for it. This also isn't something I do part-time to "earn some extra cash". I give it my full attention.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

I will consider travelling in special circumstances but would need to charge for that. Most of my tutoring is remote. Rest assured, I have lots of experience in online-tutoring and can do it seamlessly. I also provide time either side of the session in case there are software issues on either end.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

All of my services are now online where I used to to two or three in-person sessions per week.

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