After 11 years spent at Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, Nikhil is pursuing a degree in Aeronautical with Spacecraft Engineering at Imperial College London. As someone who sees the beauty within Mathematics and Physics and its various daily applications, Nikhil's aim is to share this same enthusiasm and insight within his teaching highlighting the importance of showing the real world use of what is taught in the classroom. Having received A*A*A*A at A level and 10A* at GCSE, Nikhil has a full grasp of the level of dedication and work required to achieve the best results; as well as a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. With an understanding of the current pressures on students, Nikhil tailors each lesson to the student's learning ability, always building from the foundations to the more complex ideas.
Undergraduate degree: MEng Aeronautical Engineering, Imperial College London (ongoing)
A level results: Maths: A*A*A*A including Further Maths and Physics
GCSE results: 10A*s including Maths, Physics and Chemistry
Nikhil has experience of working with pupils in Year 7 and 8, familiarising them with theoretical concepts in Physics and Engineering, as well as their practical applications through project work. Nikhil has also run lectures for GCSE and A-level students in various topics related to the field of Engineering.
Professional Development Seminars
Mathematics and Physics
As someone who sees the beauty within Maths and Physics and it’s various daily applications, I aim to share this same enthusiasm and insight within my teaching and believe in the importance of showing the real world use of what is taught in the classroom.
Can travel to Pinner, Stanmore, Northwood, Bushey
Undergraduate degree in MEng Aeronautical Engineering