Stephanie W: Maths, Physics and Oxbridge Admissions Tutor in London

March 13, 2014 by Stephanie Walton
Image imageStephanie W is an engaging Oxford Physics graduate and Imperial PhD student who is tutoring Maths, Physics and Oxbridge admissions in London. On top of that, Stephanie is also a professional squash player; this lady is certainly talented!

Why do you love tutoring?

Partly, it’s an excuse for me to revisit interesting maths and physics concepts that I don’t meet on a day-to-day basis. And it is very rewarding watching my students improve. Last year, both the students who I guided through Oxford entrance received offers— a thrilling outcome!

Who inspired you in education?

Lots of people. I had a great Physics teacher at school, an excellent Physics tutor at Oxford and I have two brilliant supervisors at Imperial.

What else do you get up to besides tutoring?

Mainly squash. I am trying to hit the top 100 in the world by the end of this year.

If you had a superpower what would it be?

Getting by on very little sleep. There aren’t enough hours in the day for all the things I want to get up to!

What advice would you give to a parent on how to find a tutor?

Tutoring is a very personal thing, so make sure you find a good fit for your child. Also think about the bigger picture. Will the tutor inspire your child and be a good role model?

Stephanie is a:

If you or your child needs help with Maths tuition, Physics tuition or Oxbridge Admissions tuition, then please visit Stephanie’s profile page on the Tutorfair website to book a lesson.

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