Tarik T.

Tarik T.

£18 - £22 /hr

Aeronautical Engineering (Bachelors) - Loughborough University

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About me

Hi all,


I am a current aeronautical engineering undergraduate at Loughborough university. As you would be able to tell my subject field involves a lot of physics & advanced mathematics. Initially, I chose this degree because of my appreciation toward STEM as well as my natural talent in these subject areas, I consider myself a problem solver and critical thinker. I am here to help those wanting to achieve A* all across the board, having achieved good grades myself in A-levels maths, physics chemistry and Spanish( Native Speaker) as well as AS level biology and further maths. Furthermore, I am also happy to help those currently taking their GCSEs, having achieved a total of 11 GCSEs all from A*-B.


Come, join me and see yourself achieve top grades facilitating your transition to college or meeting your chosen university's entry requirements.

Hi all,


I am a current aeronautical engineering undergraduate at Loughborough university. As you would be able to tell my subject field involves a lot of physics & advanced mathematics. Initially, I chose this degree because of my appreciation toward STEM as well as my natural talent in these subject areas, I consider myself a problem solver and critical thinker. I am here to help those wanting to achieve A* all across the board, having achieved good grades myself in A-levels maths, physics chemistry and Spanish( Native Speaker) as well as AS level biology and further maths. Furthermore, I am also happy to help those currently taking their GCSEs, having achieved a total of 11 GCSEs all from A*-B.


Come, join me and see yourself achieve top grades facilitating your transition to college or meeting your chosen university's entry requirements.

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About my sessions

My plan is for these sessions are to be comfortable, relaxed and informal.


I am interested to help students understand subjects areas that can't quite grasp yet. After getting a general idea of the student's struggling areas I will start by simply explain the topic from scratch assuming that they didn't even hear of this topic before. Then progressively I will start increasing the pace of the session by asking questions, proposing exam problems and finally reviewing the topic ending with an attempt to A-A* grade questions. The pace will depend on the student's current understanding. In terms of keeping track, what I will do is at the beginning of every session we will start by answering an exam question related to the previous session's topic. Depending on the progress I might also assign a couple of questions to pre-attempt before their next session.


I will always encourage the students to come to every session somewhat prepared and with a general understanding of the session's topic.


Top tip from me is attempt exam questions whenever completed a topic, as these are the best parctice resources available to students

My plan is for these sessions are to be comfortable, relaxed and informal.


I am interested to help students understand subjects areas that can't quite grasp yet. After getting a general idea of the student's struggling areas I will start by simply explain the topic from scratch assuming that they didn't even hear of this topic before. Then progressively I will start increasing the pace of the session by asking questions, proposing exam problems and finally reviewing the topic ending with an attempt to A-A* grade questions. The pace will depend on the student's current understanding. In terms of keeping track, what I will do is at the beginning of every session we will start by answering an exam question related to the previous session's topic. Depending on the progress I might also assign a couple of questions to pre-attempt before their next session.


I will always encourage the students to come to every session somewhat prepared and with a general understanding of the session's topic.


Top tip from me is attempt exam questions whenever completed a topic, as these are the best parctice resources available to students

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Mak Student Lesson review 21 Nov, 18:00

21 Nov

Very friendly

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Liz Parent from great dunmow Lesson review 14 Nov, 17:30

14 Nov

Very helpful and a great tutor

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Michelle Parent from Bonnybridge Lesson review 11 Nov, 14:00

11 Nov

Very helpful

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Michelle Parent from Bonnybridge Lesson review 9 Dec, 14:00

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
ChemistryA-level (A2)A
Further MathematicsA-level (AS)A
MathsA-level (AS)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)B
SpanishA-level (A2)A
BiologyA-level (AS)B
Extended Project QualificationA-level (A2)A*

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
MathsA Level£20 /hr
SpanishA Level£20 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
SpanishGCSE£18 /hr
Spanish13 Plus£18 /hr
Personal StatementsMentoring£22 /hr

Questions Tarik has answered

Integrate f(x) = ln(x) with respect to x

This is a typical A* level question. We learn during A level Maths several differentials of by heart, for example f(x) = sin(x) then f'(x) = cos(x). Among these standard results we also get to learn that f(x) = ln(x) goes to f'(x) = 1/x. This is a crucial point to have in mind when answering this question.Integration can be easy once of the hardest and most confusing topics of mathematics, as there are so many different rules to understand. For this question, we will be using integration by parts as it is the most suited method for this question.Remember the formula: uv-integral (u'v) with respect to x.Here instead of looking at the function as simply f(x) = ln(x) I will say f(x) = 1*ln(x). We will denote u = ln(x) hence u' = 1/x, and v' = 1 giving v = x. now by utilising the formula we get: xln(x)-integral((1/x)*x)dx = xln(x)-x +c = f'(x)This is a typical A* level question. We learn during A level Maths several differentials of by heart, for example f(x) = sin(x) then f'(x) = cos(x). Among these standard results we also get to learn that f(x) = ln(x) goes to f'(x) = 1/x. This is a crucial point to have in mind when answering this question.Integration can be easy once of the hardest and most confusing topics of mathematics, as there are so many different rules to understand. For this question, we will be using integration by parts as it is the most suited method for this question.Remember the formula: uv-integral (u'v) with respect to x.Here instead of looking at the function as simply f(x) = ln(x) I will say f(x) = 1*ln(x). We will denote u = ln(x) hence u' = 1/x, and v' = 1 giving v = x. now by utilising the formula we get: xln(x)-integral((1/x)*x)dx = xln(x)-x +c = f'(x)

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