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Degree: Applied Nanophotonics (Doctorate) - Bristol University
I am currently studying a PhD in Applied Nanophotonics at Bristol University. I've always enjoyed engineering and creating new things and also have a passion for sharing knowledge and teaching. Before my PhD, I did a degree and masters in Electrical Engineering and eventually went into Renewable Energy, which my research is currently applied to. I've helped close friends and family through exams and difficult subjects, as well as Masters students that I regularly have to mentor through their research projects.
Learning is always easier in a fun and engaging environment and that's what learning is all about. It doesn't matter how hard or difficult a subject may seem, being guided through it in a manner that makes it interesting always leads to a good understanding,
I can help with anything relating to the subject, from individual concepts to full workthroughs of past papers before important exams. You'll be surprised at how much easier something can become after being guided through it.
I know how nerve-racking exams and the pressure to learn can be, with a bit of help that pressure will certainly ease and your confidence walking into exams will be improved a lot.
Booking a session
If you have any questions, send me a 'WebMail' or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'. (both are accessible through this website). Remember to tell me your exam board and what you're struggling with.
I hope to hear from you soon!
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To find the gradient of a straight line we can use the change in the X and Y directions.
The gradient (Slope) of a straight line is defined as :
Grad = (Change in Y) / (Change in X)
This is the basis of a very important area of mathematics and furthur expanding this logic aids in the understanding of many real-world problems that you may have to tackle in the future.see more