I know the importance of a teacher in building a society and future of a country. People may forget their friends but they will always remember a good teacher their whole lives. I believe the knowledge I have learnt in life is a loan, which I can repay by teaching.
Knowledge, communication, patience and engaging people are a few of the important skills required of a good teacher. I have always enjoyed teaching and mentoring people.
I started my first private lessons when I was in Year 10 and while studying I used to help my friends. Since completing my studies I have been providing tuition to a range of students from KS1 to Degree level.
I arrange crash groups before exams to give students important tips and quick revision. I prepare my lessons in advance and keep a record of individual students. I regularly see parents and provide feedback on child performance.
Teaching students or mentoring staff at work is a challenging task as each individual has a different way of learning. I find satisfaction once I transfer my knowledge to others. You get more learning opportunities as a teacher.
Mathematics has always fascinated me in many ways since I was a child. I always tried to absorb the logic behind a mathematical problem rather than memorising the solution.
I completed my B.Sc. (Hons) in mathematics with physics and statistics followed by M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics and another M.Sc. in Industrial and Business Mathematics.
I have worked with different tuition centres in London where I have provided not only tuition to students, but also contributed towards the management of the centre and smooth running of classes. I also worked as a supervisor in these centres.