So this is sort of an overdue update where things are with my life, as well as a bit of self-promotion for the work I’m going to be doing over the next 9 months or so…
The first thing that needs to be mentioned is my total relief at no long being a student of physics. Well alright, it wasn’t all that bad. To be fair, there were many parts of my degree I enjoyed, yet unfortunately my current feelings seem to be dominated by a few painful lecture courses and exams! In any case, I am now happy to announce that I’ve graduated with 2:1 honours in theoretical physics at a world-class university.
Before I commit myself to the unavoidable drudgery of a full-time career, or more likely (given my talent for procrastination) a PhD course, the plan is to take a very non-committal year out — post-university gap year if you like. More on future plans to come in another post, but for now I wanted to mention that I’m going to be doing some part-time month over the coming year. Specifically, I will be working as a private tutor in the areas of mathematics, physics, electronics, computing, and English language/literature. My plan is to do this on an ad-hoc basis alongside other potential freelancing work. Learning and particular pedagogy is something I’m very passionate about. For anyone that may just happen to stumble across this post, I am offering to tutor secondary school students as well as adult learners in the N/NE London and SW Essex regions in these subjects, focusing on GCSE and A-level courses, but willing to accommodate to other courses.
If you’re at all interested, you can check out my profile on First Tutors. Feel free to contact me either via the contact form on this website, or via the First Tutors website.