George B.

George B.

£22 - £24 /hr

Physics (Bachelors) - Durham University

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About me

Enthusiastic physics graduate from Durham University with experience in teaching students in maths, physics and music from primary school to A level for the past seven years.


I have a passion for teaching and my students have achieved grades A* - C at both GCSE and A level.


Whilst working with children and teenagers at summer camp in America, I have learnt to be adaptive and creative as a teacher and leader, all important skills when teaching because every student learns differently.


By employing patience and a positive attitude to learning my students grow in confidence to achieve their goals.


I enjoy writing, composing music for piano, guitar and other instruments, and travelling abroad to experience different cultures whenever I can. 

Enthusiastic physics graduate from Durham University with experience in teaching students in maths, physics and music from primary school to A level for the past seven years.


I have a passion for teaching and my students have achieved grades A* - C at both GCSE and A level.


Whilst working with children and teenagers at summer camp in America, I have learnt to be adaptive and creative as a teacher and leader, all important skills when teaching because every student learns differently.


By employing patience and a positive attitude to learning my students grow in confidence to achieve their goals.


I enjoy writing, composing music for piano, guitar and other instruments, and travelling abroad to experience different cultures whenever I can. 

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About my sessions

I structure my lessons to best meet the needs of the student so that they can achieve their goals. I encourage students to develop an understanding of why a particular approach or method works and the motivation behind each step, thus improving their understanding, ability and confidence in the topic.


The ability to adapt to the student's needs and be able to explain a single principle or method in a way that is clearly understood by the student is central to my approach to teaching.

I structure my lessons to best meet the needs of the student so that they can achieve their goals. I encourage students to develop an understanding of why a particular approach or method works and the motivation behind each step, thus improving their understanding, ability and confidence in the topic.


The ability to adapt to the student's needs and be able to explain a single principle or method in a way that is clearly understood by the student is central to my approach to teaching.

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Sonyia Parent from Darlington Lesson review 13 Feb, 18:00

13 Feb

Really great and clear instructions, friendly and easy-going.

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Svetlana Student Lesson review 12 Feb, 17:00

12 Feb

easy-going and patient

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Ed Parent from Oxford Lesson review 31 Jan, 10:00

31 Jan

Very comprehensive, explained everything efficiently

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
PhysicsA-level (A2)A
MusicA-level (AS)A

General Availability

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Further MathematicsA Level£24 /hr
MathsA Level£24 /hr
PhysicsA Level£24 /hr
MathsGCSE£22 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£22 /hr

Questions George has answered

Solve int(ln(x)dx)

To solve this we must use integration by parts: int(udv) = uv - int(vdu) (1) Hence let u = ln(x), dv = dx => du=(1/x)dx, v=x, and now using (1) and substituting values we obtain int(ln(x)dx) = ln(x)x - int(x(1/x)dx) = ln(x)x - int(dx) = xln(x) - x + CTo solve this we must use integration by parts: int(udv) = uv - int(vdu) (1) Hence let u = ln(x), dv = dx => du=(1/x)dx, v=x, and now using (1) and substituting values we obtain int(ln(x)dx) = ln(x)x - int(x(1/x)dx) = ln(x)x - int(dx) = xln(x) - x + C

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