Anthony O.

British Upper Primary Math Tutor

Home tutor in Gwarinpa, Abuja

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British upper primary school class tutor with over 5 years of experience and impressive performances

The beauty of mathematics is best appreciated when having an early contact with a professional who as a catalyst will give a budge to overcome the inertial that comes naturally with learning of mathematics.

 

As a British upper primary school class tutor, I have played a key role in the lives of over 20 children, leaving an impact that will yield a lot of good tidings in the nearest future.

 

One of the causes of poor performances in Mathematics is poor foundation, which begins at this level of education. At this level a ward is taught to see beyond the difficulties that is attributed to mathematics and see it as what it truly is; the mother of all sciences. 

 

I have the desire to discover the next generation of scientists, who will learn and appreciate the beauty of science. And I believe it is at this level of education, that cultivation must start. Catch them young is the key word.

 


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About

I am a graduate of mathematics from Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka.

I have been working as a private tutor for over Six years. I specialize in all levels of mathematics. I have successfully prepared over 40 students for various local and international examinations with olympedia been my recent successful achievement. 

My strong passion for this discipline enables me to adopt a varying approach that suits my students. And that has been the bedrock of my success.

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Education

  • B.Sc Mathematics

    Nov 2011 - Jul 2015

    Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

Experience

  • Maths teacher

    May 2016 - Apr 2017

    Fatimat international School

    I taught mathematics to both junior and secondary students. During my time with them, I took them to cowbellpedia mathematics competition for both junior and senior secondary students. I adopted a strategy intended to awake lost interest, because I noticed that the primary cause of poor performance was due to the stereotypes that mathematics is difficult. Before I left there was a sharp increase in percentage of pass rate from 45% to 60%.