John C.

Location: Cork, Wilton Subjects: Physics Contact: Only visible to registered users. Qualifications Honours Bachelors Degree Details Highest ratings on Grindscentre.com in Physics 5 stars ***** Junior & Leaving Cert, University Physics/Science (UL,UCC,CIT). New students welcome in Jan 2017. ________________________________________________________________________ Top of my class in Applied Physics in DCU through hard work, not natural talent. ________________________________________________________________________ Is Physics something that you just can't get your head around?? Do you zone out in class when teaching is happening?? ________________________________________________________________________ I CAN HELP YOU. Lecturers and secondary teachers can make physics seem over complicated, but it doesn't have to be that way! ________________________________________________________________________ I'm 28 years old and I'm a medical student. So, I still understand what it's like to be a student.I know what you need to know and what you don't need to know. Price per hour Individual: €35
Group: not available About me My speciality is boiling things down to their bare bones, I can make things seem simpler than a teacher or lecturer. ________________________________________________________________________ Currently studying medicine in UCC but I still enjoy teaching physics. ________________________________________________________________________ Discounted Rates for multiple sessions :) ________________________________________________________________________ Rates from €25 to €35 depending on level e.g. JC / LC / Uni ________________________________________________________________________ EXAM PREP ________________________________________________________________________ REPEAT EXAMS: 100% Pass rate ________________________________________________________________________ EXAM TECHNIQUE & STRATEGY ________________________________________________________________________ Engineering, Fitter's, Apprenticeship exams, FAS & FETAC exams.
Ratings and Comments about John
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I didn't have a clue about physics from not doing it in the LC and not having a clue in lectures, but due to John's emphasis on the formulas/definitions that you need to know and even specific exam technique, physics ended up being one of my best exams of the semester! Highly recommend him. Simon

Simon on Thursday, 22 December 2016
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I was extremely happy with my final exam results (A2) which are due to the help of john, showing the subject in a new light and using unique methods to remember certain parts of a topic.

Mick on Thursday, 1 September 2016
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I would highly recommend John! He is brilliant it was my first time doing physics and I was really struggling at Uni. I went to John and within 3 months John got me from failure to passing at a high rate. He explains things simply and throughly. Do not hesitate in contacting John !

Deirdre on Thursday, 2 June 2016
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John went above and beyond to explain and teach formulas and different concepts and help with exam questions and sample solutions especially in the run up to the exam. Would highly recommend to everyone. Would not be able to pass the semester without him Sara

Sara on Tuesday, 10 May 2016
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John is very good at what he dose. Explains formulas transposing and questions to a tee. Makes science enjoyable the way he teaches it. Highly recommend him.

David on Saturday, 12 March 2016
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I find John really helpful as a grind. He helps me understand physics a lot, and his advice on exam technique has really helped me to up my grade. With his help my average has gone up by 30%. I would highly recommend him.

Katelyn on Thursday, 14 January 2016
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Makes learning and understanding physics as painless as possible. Very friendly and super enthusiastic. Wasn't able tograsp physics but with Johns knowledge and teaching methods he was able to make it seem much more simple and built up my confidence in being able to tackle any physics question.

Conor on Wednesday, 26 August 2015