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the session was extremely useful as everything was explained to me in a detailed and organised way. I was provided with different methods to do some problem solving which made things a lot easier and I was given some good advise that will definitely help in the future. Another important point, is that the lesson was very fun which made things much nicer as well.

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Usually we cover both subject knowledge and exam technique, although that can change depending on each individual student. Then we go through diagrams, and they ask questions, and we go from there.

Lots of students say that the classes are too big in school, or that they don't have time to ask teachers after Online Lessons. In my Online Lessons, we take time to explore things in a little in a bit more detail.

I always look up the board my students are taking so the Online Lessons are really relevant. Then we go through past papers or set texts, whatever the student finds helpful.

I use the shared whiteboard. We make diagrams together and label them, and often the student prints it off because they know it's right and they completely understand it.

After tutoring one girl went and told all her friends the new explanation I gave her. And she was so excited about what she wrote in the exam she emailed me immediately afterwards.

There was one girl who had her exam on Monday. She wanted tuition on Friday, Saturday and Sunday beforehand. It was very intense, but she said the exam went well.

This is how I would approach the student's question:

I would suggest we come up with a list of questions that are likely to come up during the oral exam and prepare appropriate answers together. We would then practice the answers. The entire process would take place in French for the student to become more comfortable speaking the language. I would teach the student to communicate fluidly by describing an idea if they can't find the word they are looking for. Examiners want to see that A-level students can build an argument, show their opinion, communicate an idea clearly and can debate about a current topic. We would therefore research a topic in the news at the moment relevant to France or the french culture and elaborate talking points around this topic.

I would suggest we come up with a list of questions that are likely to come up during the oral exam and prepare appropriate answers together. We would then practice the answers. The entire process would take place in French for the student to become more comfortable speaking the language. I would teach the student to communicate fluidly by describing an idea if they can't find the word they are looking for. Examiners want to see that A-level students can build an argument, show their opinion, communicate an idea clearly and can debate about a current topic. We would therefore research a topic in the news at the moment relevant to France or the french culture and elaborate talking points around this topic.

Answered by Jessie B.

Studies Environment and Sustainable Development at University College London

Solving a Karnaugh Map can be very tricky as it requires a new type of thinking than you may be used to. I find the best method to solve a Karnaugh map to be setting it out as a table. Let's use the following expression as an example. (a ^ b ^ ¬c) v ((a ^ ¬b) v c). We set the grid up as follows, 2 variables along the side and one on the top. We then fill in the answers to each box in the grid using the values of the variables at the side and top and writing in the answer to the expression using the values of the variables along the top and side of the box. Once that is filled in we look for patterns. We are looking for 1s as we need to draw boxes around them. These boxes must be of size 2^x. So size 1 = 2^0, size 2 = 2^1, size 4 = 2^2, etc. The 1s in a box can't be diagonal but they can go over the edge of the box to the other side. Finally the boxes shoul be as big as possible and we have to cover all the 1s. So I'll fll this one in an you should see exactly how it works.

Answered by Daniel D.

Studies Computer Science at Leeds

Answered by James D.

Studies Geography at University College London

Both tenses refer to actions in the past. With the passé composé, we use this to describe an action which was completed in the past at a specific moment.

*For example: Je suis tombé (I fell).*

We use the imparfait to describe habitual (was doing/used to do) or background actions in the past, or to set the scene in a description

*For example: Quand j'étais petit (background action), je jouais (habitual) souvent avec mon frère**When I was young, I used to play often with my brother.*

Look at both tenses used in this sentence to see how they are used:

*Pendant que je regardais la télé, mon portable a sonné**While I was watching TV, my phone rang*

We use the imparfait to describe habitual (was doing/used to do) or background actions in the past, or to set the scene in a description

Look at both tenses used in this sentence to see how they are used:

Answered by Katy H.

Studies Applied Linguistics at University College London

Stationary point is when gradient (dy/dx) = 0 dy/dx = 3x^2 + 8x - 30 = 3x^2 + 8x + 3 0 = (3x - 1)(x+3)x = -3 and x = 1/3 d2y/dx2 = 6x + 8 6(-3) + 8 = -10 6 (1/3) + 8 = 10 d2y/dx2 > 0 at the minimum point and d2y/dx2 < 0 at max point so x value at min point = 1/3

Answered by Acrisa K.

Studies Medicine at Birmingham

The first step is to find dx/dt and dy/dt, this is done using standard differentiation rules giving the resultsdx/dt = 2t dy/dt = 2

The second step is to eliminate dt. This can be done by the multiplication dy/dt * dt/dx = dy/dx. dt/dx is equivalent to 1/(dx/dt) = 1/(2t), multiply this by dy/dt to find the final answer which is dy/dx = 1/(2t) * 2 = 1/t.

The second step is to eliminate dt. This can be done by the multiplication dy/dt * dt/dx = dy/dx. dt/dx is equivalent to 1/(dx/dt) = 1/(2t), multiply this by dy/dt to find the final answer which is dy/dx = 1/(2t) * 2 = 1/t.

Answered by Matthew H.

Studies MSci Theoretical Physics with an intercalated year in Computer Science at Birmingham

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