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I provide 1-1 and group tuition in Maths and Physics in the Lothian and Edinburgh regions.

Information About Tom:

Personal Description:
Experienced and well qualified tutor in secondary, adult and university Maths,
With a positive attitude and engaging personality I get on well with my students.

Teaching Experience:

Tutor with over 10 years adult training and tutor experience.
Can tutor from N4/5 through to Advanced Higher, as well as GCSE/iGCSE, A-Level, IB.
Also tutor mature students and graduate level University and Colleges.

Tutoring Approach:

I believe in putting the students interest first and ensuring that they work at
a pace with which they are comfortable. Most tutoring sessions are carried out
at the students home or suitably pre-arranged venue. Regular reports on
progress are available to guardians. Materials and question papers supplied.
Available daytime, evenings and weekend.

Subjects Taught:

  • Physics
  • GCSE or Nationals
  • A-Level or Highers
  • Further/Higher (university)
  • Adult/Casual learner
  • Maths
  • GCSE or Nationals
  • A-Level or Highers
  • Further/Higher (university)
  • College HNC/ HND
  • American Studies and SATs
  • Adult/Casual learner
My rates depend on where you are (how far I need to travel to you) and if you need me peak times.
Normally charge from upwards of £30/hr for  junior level (Nationals, GCSE) and from £32/hr for senior level
 (Higher, A-Level, IB, undergraduate).  Adult college learners from £30/hr.


  • B.Sc. Hons Physics,  PGCert ICT
  • Assessors Qualification (D32/33)
  • Advanced Microsoft Office C&Guilds eQual

Further Information:

Availability:   Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring:   Travels to you 
References Supplied?   Yes
Current CRB Check?   Yes (PVG Membership)

Additional Languages Spoken:


Tom C,
4 Dec 2013, 04:36