Passive consumption, say by watching videos or reading books, is certainly the lowest friction way to expose yourself to new Maths and Physics. But if you care about long-term retention and exam success there is really no substitute for establishing a deeper intuitive understanding of the concepts and what they actually mean. Quite often the way maths is taught at School is to accept certain ‘rules’ or ‘methods’ without imparting an understanding of what the underlying concepts mean or how they can be used. I am a Maths and Physics postgraduate with a patient, methodical approach to helping individuals gain a better understanding of the concepts that underpin both subjects. I prefer to teach face to face as the best way of explaining, sometimes difficult concepts, is with the aid of visuals (diagrams / drawings) which the individual can also get involved with. However, I can support on-line learning also.
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