Alex A.

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My name is Alex. A graduate of Electrical Electronic Engineering from the University of Benin.

I have good analytical and numerical skills, which made me good at using major computer application software and i also have a five years one on one teaching experience before and after my university days.

The common thread to my tutoring is that it is based directly to my students. It is geared around a recognition ability, circumstances and character differ from student to student.

When tutoring, i aim to instill confidence, not only in the subject i am teaching my student, but also in their general educational and individual development. My approach is not just to tick boxes on a topic or repair specific faults, though both are often necessary components of my work: I try not just to teach my students, but also to work directly with them.

I developed a rapport with my students, this will help them progress educationally, cultivate various skills and map out their future.

It is with a similar temperament that i approach one-to-one professional tutoring.

I also offer an approach that is family-based: that is, i work with multiple siblings in many families.

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  • B.ENG Electrical / Electronic Engineering

    Feb 2011 - Nov 2016

    University of Benin


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