I like to break each topic down into its simplest parts and then show the links between each part to develop a full understanding. I find that it is easier to learn if you have a solid understanding of the basics to build upon, which is often rushed in class.
I am a mechanical engineer currently studying at the university of Southampton. I used to tutor computer science GCSE while completing my A-levels. These sessions were on a one to one basis where I switched between students as they found specific flaws in their code for example. I have also tutored at a event to help inspire children (and adults) and adults to program and have a go at robotics.
I am currently studying at the university of Southampton on the masters course for mechanical engineering, i have just completed my first year.
A-Levels: Mathematics (A*), Physics (A), Chemistry (A), Computer Science (B)
AS level: Further Mathematics (A)
I recently competed as part of a team in the Eurobot international competition having won the UK finals.
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