MPhys Physics, Oxford University
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 lead to success.
MSci Physics, Imperial College London (Ranked 1st in cohort)
Joshua heads up JTC’s team of tutors and tracks the progress of all students under our guidance. He is personally responsible for the vetting, training, matching and management of all tutors with students. With ten years experience in education, and having tutored all exam-boards and curricula, Joshua is able to offer students and parents a broad vision of education. With a love for teaching that has never died, he continues to offer weekly masterclasses in maths, physics and chemistry.
MSc Comp Sci (LUMS)
Mohsin shares his career in tutoring with that of a part-time software developer, having worked with Silicon Valley startups since 2020. Coupling this passion for teaching with tangible industry experience, he is able to bring real-world relevance to his teaching, bridging the gap between academia and business.
MA Education, MSc Physics
Having taught at one of the top performing schools of the UK, where more than 35% of the students received an offer from Oxbridge in 2023, Riccardo later joined JTC Education as a full-time professional tutor to challenge and stretch mathematics and physics students. His expertise is strongly focussed on A level, IB DP, UKMT and top UK university entrance exams. He is a strong believer in Socratic questioning, which naturally leads students to discover results by themselves.
A level Mathematics tutors are crucial in guiding students through the complexity and increased demands of this advanced study. A comprehensive and structured study plan is key. By engaging with a diverse array of mathematical challenges tailored to A level, students enhance their problem-solving skills, paving their way to becoming skilled mathematicians. In the world of A level Mathematics, proficiency is not inherent; it is the fruit of consistent practice and skill refinement.
At KS3, we prioritise building strong foundations. GCSE concepts will build on those seen during year 7 and year 9.
Rinse-and repeat methods, which are low-hanging fruits, will always be some of the first material covered. However, for students working with us for prolonged periods of time we always aim to improve problem-solving skills.
A level maths is a notable step up from GCSE Maths. A meticulous and clear strategy can really help students arrive at their A level Maths exam with heightened confidence.
The STEP is a mathematics entrance exam to universities such as Cambridge and Warwick. It is notably harder than A level Maths and requires an expert STEP Maths tutor, like those provided by JTC Education, to be able to deliver it.