Tom Daly - Private Tutor in Brighton/Cambridge

Tom Daly Private Tutor in Brighton/Cambridge

I am currently studying engineering at Clare College, Cambridge University. Before this I studied at Eton for five years, where I learnt to refine my own techniques to learn new things quickly and consolidate knowledge through revision efficiently. Over summer I worked at a London start-up called Curve and I am now keen to pursue a career in software engineering and data science.

Subjects I Teach

My Education & Qualifications

  • School: Eton College
    10A*s at GCSE level 4A*s at A level, in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry

My Tutoring & Teaching Experience

I have done a handful of 13+ common entrance level tutoring jobs in the past and I am keen to start tutoring more often and provide help to children of all ability ranges .

My Approach to Tutoring

My main focus with my own studies has always been on understanding what I am learning. Due to the nature of the subjects I have specialised in, understanding the motivation behind what is learnt rather than memorisation, in my experience boosts speed and accuracy when tackling exam questions. In the long run this will ultimately help to foster intuition, a crucial tool in the scientific world.

Fun Facts About Me

Regularly play football, hockey and lacrosse on the weekends. Also started a band at the beginning of this year, playing guitar, and have begun performing around student bars in Cambridge.

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