Math Tutor Dan (Oxbridge Entry - Tutoring for GCSE to Masters Degree)

Flexible Time Slots
Ages 11+

Selected Booking Option: 15 min FREE Initial Zoom Meeting to Understand Needs = 0 AED


What you need to know
Dan teaches ONLINE Maths and related disciplines. More high-end GCSE to Masters Degrees. Once you choose your booking option and complete your booking, the company will call you within 1 business day to schedule your class based on your availability.

NOTE: Prices for university-level tuition vary based on the nature of the request

Background Information

MSci Mathematics, Imperial College London - 2016-2020
1st, 2nd and 4th year honours: 85%, 88% (top 5%) and 85% (top 10%)

3rd year abroad at MIT, Cambridge, USA with GPA: 4.7/5.0 - August 2018 - May 2019
PhD Candidate Mathematics, Imperial College London and Oxford University 2020 - 2024

Awards & Achievements
Dean’s List for academic excellence during all years at Imperial - 2017, 2018
UROP Prize for outstanding undergraduate research - 2018
Gloucester Research Prize awarded annually to up to 10 students per department - 2018
Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Prize for outstanding performance in the final year - 2020
Silver medals on the national Romanian Mathematics Olympiad and Qualification to the Team Selection Tests for the International Mathematics Olympiad

Tutoring Experience
Undergraduate teaching assistant, Imperial College London 2019 - 2020
· Lead 1st year Analysis, Algebra, Multi-variable Calculus and Statistics tutorials and explained complex concepts in simpler terms to match individual needs

Private Tutor, London 2017 - present
· Successfully tutored mathematics at the following levels: SAT, GCSE, A-level, IB, olympiad, university admission (STEP, MAT), degree and for summer courses such as Sutton Trust Summer School (Y12)

Cancellation Policy
Our standard cancellation policy is that cancellations within 24 hrs may still be charged at the full rate. It is at the discretion of the tutor, and the circumstances are taken into consideration. We tend to advise tutors to give the benefit of the doubt to the client in the first instance, and politely remind them, then they are fully in their right to charge for repeat offenses, but they must notify the client they will do so so it isn't a surprise bill.


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