Top Aberdeen Physics Tutors & Tuition Centres

Top Aberdeen Physics Tutors and Tuition centres. You can choose from private Physics tutoring at your home or visit one of our locally listed tuition centres in Aberdeen - Tutoring for KS1 to KS5, GCSE, A Level and Degree levels.
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Private Physics Tuition Aberdeen or Group Classes in Aberdeen?

Both private tutoring and group classes have significant pros and cons, but one might be more effective for your child than the other. From primary level to A-level Physics tuition and GCSE Physics tuition, one-to-one tuition offers the student personalised guidance; the tutor can freely tailor the pace and teaching methods according to the student. It also makes it much easier for you as a parent to monitor your child’s progress and the efficacy of their tutor.

 

There are major perks in small group tuition as well. It provides the opportunity for friendly competition, which is a good motivational tool as it encourages the students to work harder. Working with peers at the same level also makes learning more fun for the child. Group classes are often done in tuition centres, where there are usually better equipment to enhance the child’s learning experience. It all boils down to preference!

 

Home Tutors Aberdeen

Home tutoring is very popular as it is far more convenient than having to travel to and from the tutor’s house or tuition centre. This keeps the child in a comfortable environment, reduces the stress of travelling, and saves both you and your child a lot of time. More importantly, you’ll breathe easy knowing your child is safe within the confines of your home. Do you prefer to keep the tutoring online? Several of our listed teachers also offer online Physics tuition.

 

When searching for the right GCSE Physics tutor or A-Level Physics tutor for your child, it’s important that you are confident with the tutor you choose. Maintaining a good relationship with your child’s private Physics tutor will surely benefit everyone involved.

 


David Sharpe
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Having taught Physics for over 30 years I have a good understanding of the sort of problems syudents have with the subject. At A level in particular, I encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning. I am happy to revise work, or to teach work that may have been missed, or to go through past paper questions to help with exam technique as well. I am uncomfortable with simply helping students to do their homework on a regular basis, which can lead to a false sense of achievement.
Harshavardhan Duvvasi
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I am currently offering Physics KS3 and KS4 sessions. I focus more on subject knowledge by giving the students in depth understanding on the subject by using different strategies. This helps the students to understand, remember it for long time. I have a unique approach in helping the students to understand the questions in the past paper and answer them to achieve excellent grades.
Michael Mulligan
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I've been a secondary school teacher and a tutor of both Maths and Physics for 25 + years; I am very familiar with the requirements of the main Exam Boards and the recent changes to their specifications in both Maths and Physics. I have taught students across the full ability range, students with moderate learning difficulties as well as those aiming to achieve top grades in GCSE and at A - Level. The following services are offered to each student, whether it's face-to-face or online tuition. preliminary meeting and discussions = free; preparation time = free; setting and marking homework = free; setting and marking exam papers = free providing personal lesson notes at the end of each lesson = free providing online support between lessons = free providing feedback to students and parents = free I devote a lot of time and effort on the student's behalf outside of the lesson time so I suppose I ought to have some remuneration ! I do try to make the tuition fee reasonable. It ranges from £15 for KS2 to £35 per hour's tuition for GCSE ; £45 per hour's tuition at A-Level. That would seem reasonable for tuition on an ad hoc, pay-as-you-go basis. Better value 1- For good progress to be made the parent / student needs to make a commitment to ongoing tuition over a period of time. If a group of 10 or more lessons are booked up and paid for in advance, prices come down by 10%, as it's good for both of us. That, too, would seem reasonable. Better value 2- For TWO students together, either face-to-face or Online - only £25 per student at GCSE, £30 per student at A-Level.

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