Full-time professional tutor- Exclusively with JTC
Jack is a full-time professional tutor with a Master's in Physics from Oxford University. Having refined his own problem-solving, study, and exam techniques through a great deal of trial and error during his own studies, it is with great honour that Jack is now able to accelerate this process for his own students. With a wealth of experience across multiple exam boards and multiple levels, Jack is a firm believer that a clear strategy and meticulous study methods are a necessity for practice to lead to perfection. It is this conviction coupled with the correct tuition, guidance, and hard work, that has allowed Jack to see his students develop into master problem-solvers and high achievers time and time again.
With more than 2000 hours of professional tutoring alongside JTC Education, Jack has been tutoring students since 2017, from KS3 level up to University. During this time he has helped students achieve top grades in maths, further maths and physics, as well as aided Oxford University applicants secure interviews and offers through tuition of the famously demanding Physics Aptitude Test (PAT).
“Jack has a very approachable manner putting people at ease and breaking down barriers to understanding. Explanations of concepts or answers to questions are pitched according to the enquirer inviting further questions until understanding is achieved and confidence gained.”
“I had lessons with Jack for 3 months to help me prepare for the Oxford Physics Admissions Test. Jack was able to quickly and efficiently put together a plan of action based around the time we had left before the PAT which saw me go from scoring 30% at the start to achieving over 80% in the final test and securing interviews at my chosen college. I'm now going into my second year at Oxford. I couldn’t recommend Jack enough.”
“When I started lessons with Jack I thought physics wasn’t for me. It seemed confusing and I never understood the point of it all. Jack was very patient and took me from a predicted grade 5 to getting a grade 8 in my physics GCSE by the end of the year.”
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