£20 /hr

Degree: Mathematics (Masters) - Durham University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Maths

“Who am I? I am a first-year Maths student at Durham University and have been involved in maths tutoring for a couple of years now. I’ve worked with students aged between 11 and 18 studying for their SAT’s, GCSE’s and A-levels and I ...”

£26 /hr

Degree: Chemistry (Masters) - Oxford, St Edmund Hall University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Science+ 3 more

“I am currently entering my fourth year in a Chemistry degree at the University of Oxford, where I am undertaking a Masters project in Chemistry education. I love Chemistry and Maths and have passion for teaching, with an interest into...”

£30 /hr

Degree: Mathematics (Bachelors) - Cambridge University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Physics+ 6 more

“ second year undergraduate at the University of Cambridge, studying for a B.A. in Mathematics, having received A*s in A-Level Mathematics, Further Mathematics (Edexcel) and Physics (AQA)”

£20 /hr

Degree: Mathematics and Physics (MSci) (Masters) - Durham University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Physics+ 1 more

“First year Maths and Physics undergraduate at Durham University. Previous tutoring experience with A-level students”

Find the stationary point of y=3x^2-12x+29 and classify it as a maximum/minimum

Using mathematical induction, prove that n^3+2n is divisible by 3 for all integers n

How does proof by mathematical induction work?

How do you plot a complex number in an Argand diagram?

The roots of the equation z^3 + 2z^2 +3z - 4 = 0, are a, b and c . Show that a^2 + b^2 +c^2 = -2

View A Level Further Mathematics tutors