Paaryn V.

Paaryn V.

£18 - £22 /hr

Physics (Integrated Masters) - Birmingham University

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About me

In the past few years, I’ve had a great enthusiasm for sharing my love for physics and maths. Many people don’t realise how much of physics is integrated into our daily lives as it is often ‘behind the scenes’. My goal as a tutor doesn’t stop at preparing you for your exams, I want you to leave feeling satisfied with the worth of the content, knowing why it’s important, and why it’s worth caring about. 

In the past few years, I’ve had a great enthusiasm for sharing my love for physics and maths. Many people don’t realise how much of physics is integrated into our daily lives as it is often ‘behind the scenes’. My goal as a tutor doesn’t stop at preparing you for your exams, I want you to leave feeling satisfied with the worth of the content, knowing why it’s important, and why it’s worth caring about. 

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About my sessions

Every student is different and wants different things from the sessions, so when we first meet online I would like to get to know you and see what you want to get out of them. In terms of how you’d prefer the sessions to go, it’s up to you; I can organise material to go through or it can be led mainly by questions you have. The most important thing I recognise is that there is no formula for teaching anyone, everyone has their own style and strengths, so I’m adaptable and flexible to make sure that you feel satisfied with the experience.

Every student is different and wants different things from the sessions, so when we first meet online I would like to get to know you and see what you want to get out of them. In terms of how you’d prefer the sessions to go, it’s up to you; I can organise material to go through or it can be led mainly by questions you have. The most important thing I recognise is that there is no formula for teaching anyone, everyone has their own style and strengths, so I’m adaptable and flexible to make sure that you feel satisfied with the experience.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
PhysicsA-level (A2)A*
MathsA-level (A2)A*
ChemistryA-level (A2)A*

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
PhysicsGCSE£18 /hr
Personal StatementsMentoring£22 /hr

Questions Paaryn has answered

Astronauts on the ISS orbit Earth 16 times a day at a height of 400km above the surface. Given that the radius of Earth is approximately 6400km, how fast are the astronauts travelling?

v = 2𝜋R/T where R is the orbital radius, T is the time period.R = radius_of_earth + height_of_orbit = 6800km + 400km = 6800km = 6.8×106m.T = hours_in_day/number_of_orbits_in_day = 24/16 hours = 1.5 hours = 90 minutes = 5400 seconds.v = (2𝜋×6.8×106)/5400 ≈ 7900ms-1.For appreciation of how fast this is, this corresponds to around 18000mph, which is 10 times the speed of an average bullet, and over 20 times the speed of sound in air!v = 2𝜋R/T where R is the orbital radius, T is the time period.R = radius_of_earth + height_of_orbit = 6800km + 400km = 6800km = 6.8×106m.T = hours_in_day/number_of_orbits_in_day = 24/16 hours = 1.5 hours = 90 minutes = 5400 seconds.v = (2𝜋×6.8×106)/5400 ≈ 7900ms-1.For appreciation of how fast this is, this corresponds to around 18000mph, which is 10 times the speed of an average bullet, and over 20 times the speed of sound in air!

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