Graduate Student at LSE
Hello! I am a postgrad student at LSE having just graduated with a first class degree in History from the University of Bristol. Young, dynamic, friendly and keen to motivate.
As I am close to the age of the students, I feel I have a greater ability to understand them. Due to this, my approach is collaborative and I am keen to build on their successes and work from what they struggle on, by breaking down the problems and finding simple solutions to achieve high grades.
Having only recently done the A-Level examinations, I recall the common problems, and the best ways to tackle them.
I work on finding the best revision techniques for the student to get to success, as I understand that everyone is different and I am keen to find the methods that work most successfully for them.
In terms of Music, I believe a practical approach is the best, therefore lots of listening practice and aural challenges for the paper.
For performance, I am keen to direct and encourage the musician to look beyond the notes on the page and towards an actual performance, therefore my approach is a more workshop-style one, which I believe brings the highest results.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!
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Languages spoken:English (Native Language) , Arabic (Beginner) , French (Beginner)
Experience:4 years of experience
Drivers License YesFirst Aid certificate No
Access to a vehicle YesHas children No
I love music, I play the clarinet, violin, piano and sing, and theatre (having been vice-president of Bristol University Dramsoc, and have acted in many shows as well as directed). I recently directed the most prestigious full-scale show of the year, and chose the play DECADE, which looks at responses to 9/11 across the world. In general I just love spending time with children and pets, and would love to help out families and busy parents whenever possible!