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Name: Jaisal Patel

Education

University: 01/08/2014 – Present – Durham University (St. Aidan’s College)

Schools: 01/09/2002 – 31/08/2007 -- Corringham Primary School

               01/09/2007 – 21/07/2014 – Westcliff High School for Boys + (Sixth Form)

Qualifications: A2 Level 

                      (A* [Mathematics], A [Further Mathematics and Product Design])

                        AS Level>

                 (3As [Mathematics, Further Mathematics, and Economics], B [Product Design])

                        GCSEs

                        (8A*s [Inc. Mathematics, Statistics, Triple Science], 2As [Inc. English Language], 1B)

Past Employment:

Tutoring children in mathematics and verbal reasoning for the 11+ entrance exam. This involves time planning, and preparing work in advance of the lesson in-between school time. It also teaches me to communicate with people of all ages, whether it be students or their parents, when giving them a progress report.

-From June 2010 to present

Kumon institute of education: Maths tutor – I had to teach children basic maths and helping with 11+ preparations as well as marking exam scripts.

           -From Sep 2010 to Aug 2011

Sales Assistant at Boots Pharmacy LTD – involving restocking and customer servicing.

            -From June 2010 to July 2010

Non-Academic Achievements:

2nd place in the county for the Senior Team Maths Challenge. Working as a team of four, we had to solve complex maths problems as part of a national competition.

1st place in Rampaging Chariots football competition – involved building and programming a remote controlled robot from scratch and using it to play competitive football with other robots.

18th place (out of 750) in IET Formula24 Race – involved building and maintaining a car and acting as pit crew with 4 others.  We reached the national finals.

Interests and Activities:

I enjoy learning and developing my skills in tech and engineering, having been involved in tech projects throughout my school career. Outside of my academic interests, I also enjoy sports, in particular cricket and football. I often play recreational badminton as I find it very stimulating and stress relieving.

Personal Details:

I am a highly motivated, and committed, student with a passion for Maths. I have experience in working with other people and independently. I love working towards a reward and always love learning new things. I have a strong worth ethic and I am diligent.  I work well under pressure and can always deliver when required. I have sufficient knowledge in CAD a variety of programmes including Google Sketchup and 2D-Design.  I have learnt this myself, and have had some experience with them. I have also picked up programming again. This is mainly in Python, and in JAVA.

Reference:

A reference is available on request. 

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Further Mathematics A Level £20 /hr
Maths A Level £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathematicsA-LevelA*
Further MathematicsA-LevelA
Product DesignA-LevelA
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

No

Ratings and reviews

5from 3 customer reviews

Carlene (Parent) September 15 2016

good

Sheeru (Student) June 13 2016

He is excellent. Very helpful.

Sheeru (Student) May 7 2016

He was excellent, very helpful.

Questions Jaisal has answered

How do you differentiate (3x+cos(x))(2+4sin(3x))?

Here we have a product of two things, so we will be using the product rule of differentiation. This is: for y=u(x)v(x), where u(x) and v(x) are funtions of x, dy/dx = u'(x)v(x) + u(x)v'(x). So in this case let u(x) = 3x+cos(x) and let v(x) = 2+4sin(3x). We need to find u'(x). u'(x) = 3-sin(x) ...

Here we have a product of two things, so we will be using the product rule of differentiation. This is: for y=u(x)v(x), where u(x) and v(x) are funtions of x, dy/dx = u'(x)v(x) + u(x)v'(x). So in this case let u(x) = 3x+cos(x) and let v(x) = 2+4sin(3x). We need to find u'(x). u'(x) = 3-sin(x) as we differentiate u(x). v'(x) = 12cos(3x) as we diferentiate v(x). Then using the product rule sated, dy/dx = (3-sin(x))(2+4sin(3x)) + (3x+cos(x))(12cos(3x)). 

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