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For additional testimonials see my page on the Chiswick W4 webite for which I've provided a link below:


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"Rich has been really helpful when I was studing for my entrance exam for Maths and English. I got into the school but the best was that we always had cake, which was EPIC!"    


                 Mia G-B,  Chiswick


Max Freedman

"I was looking for a private tutor to take me through all of the A2 Maths modules after I moved to London, and Richard was recommended to me by my step-brother. I worked with him for 3hrs each week and we covered all the material really quickly. During that year he helped me keep my focus, stay motivated and also provided a reference for my UCAS application. I would recommend him to anyone who's aiming for top grades as I know that he'll help them achieve all that they're truly capable of. "


Max Freedman,  Sheffield Uni

Arthur Harding 


" I began to work with Richard during my AS year of mathematics, and we ran together until the end of my first year of degree mathematics. I harboured aspirations of going to a top university, and the requirements were high. We did manage to achieve that; I acquired A*A in maths and further maths and I went to Kings College London.


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Personally I always functioned better in smaller groups, as I worked at a different pace to my peers and could become a distraction. When I switched over to Richard, I discovered that not only could we work at the correct pace for my ability, but we would also actually stop when there was uncertainty, and thrash it out.  This allowed for greater efficiency and thoroughness. I have also always had troubles with self motivation (specifically with regards to formal education), this ceases to be a problem for obvious reasons.


Finally, I would say this - there have been areas of maths that have sent me into turmoil alone, or discussed with my lecturers, or looked at online. Mainly, one can always get an answer somehow. But Richard can always give you that answer, and usually in terms which give you a chance of actually really 'understanding' it, so that it is conceptually basic.


This is utterly invaluable."


Arthur Harding,  King's College London

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