Olushola O.

Senior Secondary School Commerce Tutor

Home tutor in Lugbe, Abuja

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Lesson

According to Socrates, a Greece philosopher, he postulated that ''for others to light their lamp in your lamp, the flames in your own lamp must continue to burn.That is to say, as a teacher that want to impart knowledge in the life of a child, the teacher must also inculcate the spirit of learning. I love education because is a way of eradicating ignorance in any society.


As a tutor, I have taught commerce in many schools and at home, with distinctions in the the students academic results both Waec, Neco and Jamb. I will do my possible best to help your child most especially in the area of external examinations. Most of my students extremely did well in their recent jamb, majority scored above 70% in their commerce examination. Even the last waec and Neco examination that was conducted, the least among all got Bs.

In a nutshell, I will like to encourage you as a parent that education is the best award you can ever give to a child.

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About

I am a graduateof B.sc.Economics from university of Abuja,I also have my postgraduate in education from university of Maiduguri.I have 4years of productive experience,most especially in the field of calculations such as mathematics,I have thought different  schools with an amazing performance in their mathematics results(wassce and Neco).I also work as a private tutor,I love impacting mathematical knowledge because I know that is one of the basic problem confronting Nigeria education at large.My private students remain the best mathematics students in their respective schools.I derived passion and motivation in teaching.

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Education

  • B.Sc Economics

    Jan 2010 - Oct 2015

    University of Abuja

Experience

  • Mathematics teacher

    Mar 2015 - Sep 2018

    New breed talented school

    I thought mathematics from SS1 to 3. I help the school by defending my subject when the west African Examination Council(WAEC) came to approve the school. 40 percent of the students got grade A while 65 percent got grade B and the rest got grade C in their national and west African results,from 2015 to 2018.