Michał S.

Michał S.

£22 /hr

Computing Science (Masters) - Glasgow University

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About me

Hello, My name is Michael. I am a computer science student at the University of Glasgow.

From personal experience I know that preparing for the Exams can be a very stressful time. Especially, if you really want to nail those IAs and Extended Essay (hopefully not in Physics 😂). Nonetheless, with a couple of neat tricks, which I share with my students, and treating the exams rather as a challenge, I was able to successfully finish my examination with a final score of 43 points. Being a fresh IB graduate I will hopefully make me a better tutor choice for you and your progress.

Personally, besides being a bit of a geek, I enjoy filmmaking and love learning languages. I am currently learning my 4th – Russian, or 5th if we consider my trial to grasp some Esperanto. 

Hello, My name is Michael. I am a computer science student at the University of Glasgow.

From personal experience I know that preparing for the Exams can be a very stressful time. Especially, if you really want to nail those IAs and Extended Essay (hopefully not in Physics 😂). Nonetheless, with a couple of neat tricks, which I share with my students, and treating the exams rather as a challenge, I was able to successfully finish my examination with a final score of 43 points. Being a fresh IB graduate I will hopefully make me a better tutor choice for you and your progress.

Personally, besides being a bit of a geek, I enjoy filmmaking and love learning languages. I am currently learning my 4th – Russian, or 5th if we consider my trial to grasp some Esperanto. 

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About my sessions

To enjoy the subjects is already half the battle.

I try to make the sessions a friendly environment. Economics, especially in the IB, revolves around the world around us. I will try to show the students how often they can find themselves seeing the parallel between the studies and the news, and due to the knowledge gained in the course, they will be able to understand it better.

By applying studied concepts to real world examples, I aim to give students a much more in-depth understanding of each topic.

Adjusted to individual preferences of the student, the lessons will begin by first ensuring that we have a strong base in understanding the concepts and later going through worked example questions, or further explanation. 

To enjoy the subjects is already half the battle.

I try to make the sessions a friendly environment. Economics, especially in the IB, revolves around the world around us. I will try to show the students how often they can find themselves seeing the parallel between the studies and the news, and due to the knowledge gained in the course, they will be able to understand it better.

By applying studied concepts to real world examples, I aim to give students a much more in-depth understanding of each topic.

Adjusted to individual preferences of the student, the lessons will begin by first ensuring that we have a strong base in understanding the concepts and later going through worked example questions, or further explanation. 

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20 Dec, 2018

Very supportive in my Math IA. He helps me to gain marks for reflective criteria

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Physics HLInternational Baccalaureate (IB) (HL)7
Economics HLInternational Baccalaureate (IB) (HL)7
Geography SLInternational Baccalaureate (IB) (SL)7
German B SLInternational Baccalaureate (IB) (SL)7
Maths HLInternational Baccalaureate (IB) (HL)6
English A Language & Literature SLInternational Baccalaureate (IB) (SL)6

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Questions Michał has answered

The function f is defined by f(x) = 2x^3 + 5 , -2 ≤ x ≤ 2. (a) Write down the range of f. [2], (b) Find an expression for its inverse. [2], and (c) Write down the domain and range of the inverse function.

This is a Paper 1 question, so we do not have access to a graphic calculator. We will have to solve it analytically.. . a) We can quickly sketch the graph of the function and see that the minimum at this interval is there x = -2, which will be one boundry of the function, and the maximum at x = 2, the other. We simply plug the values into the function and getting f(-2) = -11 and f(2) = 21, we say the range is y ∈ [-11, 21].. . b) To get an inverse of y = 2x^3 + 5 we first interchange x with y, so x = 2y^3 + 5. We then manipulate it to find y. . (x-5)/2 = y^3. y = [(x-5)/2]^1/3, which is our answer.. . c) the domain of the inverse function is the range of the original function and vice versa, so:. D: x ∈ [-11, 21], R: y ∈ [-2, 2]This is a Paper 1 question, so we do not have access to a graphic calculator. We will have to solve it analytically.. . a) We can quickly sketch the graph of the function and see that the minimum at this interval is there x = -2, which will be one boundry of the function, and the maximum at x = 2, the other. We simply plug the values into the function and getting f(-2) = -11 and f(2) = 21, we say the range is y ∈ [-11, 21].. . b) To get an inverse of y = 2x^3 + 5 we first interchange x with y, so x = 2y^3 + 5. We then manipulate it to find y. . (x-5)/2 = y^3. y = [(x-5)/2]^1/3, which is our answer.. . c) the domain of the inverse function is the range of the original function and vice versa, so:. D: x ∈ [-11, 21], R: y ∈ [-2, 2]

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Why are market-based policies not always the best way to solve the issue of unemployment?

The market based policies aimed at reducing the unemployment include reducing the unemployment benefits, which should motivate the unemployed to take up the already existent vacancies, or removing legislations businesses must follow while employing workers, helping companies employ people more freely and increasing the general "labour market flexibility". While effective to some extent it is important to consider the trade-offs that come about. Cutting down on the benefits will cause a decrease in living standards for the job seekers. In a case of person's inability to find a satisfactory position this may lead to negative effects on their mental health. The aim of the labour market regulations is to protect workers against unfair treatment and guarantee certain conditions like working time, holidays or safety at work. Due to deregulation there could be a fall in unemployment and rise in the output but also an increase in cost for the workers themselves, e.g. lower wages or no insurance. It is, therefore, important to consider alternative policies, such as supply-side policies, which focus more on improving the quality of the labour.The market based policies aimed at reducing the unemployment include reducing the unemployment benefits, which should motivate the unemployed to take up the already existent vacancies, or removing legislations businesses must follow while employing workers, helping companies employ people more freely and increasing the general "labour market flexibility". While effective to some extent it is important to consider the trade-offs that come about. Cutting down on the benefits will cause a decrease in living standards for the job seekers. In a case of person's inability to find a satisfactory position this may lead to negative effects on their mental health. The aim of the labour market regulations is to protect workers against unfair treatment and guarantee certain conditions like working time, holidays or safety at work. Due to deregulation there could be a fall in unemployment and rise in the output but also an increase in cost for the workers themselves, e.g. lower wages or no insurance. It is, therefore, important to consider alternative policies, such as supply-side policies, which focus more on improving the quality of the labour.

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