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Degree: Mathematics BSc (Bachelors) - Nottingham University
I a final year Maths undergraduate studying at the University of Nottingham.
I have 8A*s and 3As in GCSE and A*AA in A-levels.
I have done Maths and Further Maths Alevels.
I teach A-Level Maths & Further Maths
Alevels Topics I teach:
S1 & S2
M1 & M2
FP1, FP2, FP3
I have had personal experience in how to learn these modules as most modules I have self taught myself, I can understand a young person difficulties in the subject and the mistakes they are likely to make, as I have been there myself.
Maths is a subject that you need to do, the more you do the better you become. I am willing to share the tricks I`ve learnt to get the highest possible marks in my exams with the students I tutor, I must add that for all my Alevel Core Maths modules I got over 95% in each paper.
|Maths||A Level||£22 /hr|
|Maths||13 Plus||£20 /hr|
To differentiate x^2
Step 1) whatever the number on the power, put that in front of x.
Step 2) Then minus one (-1) from the power
Therefore, by putting the number on the power in front (which is 2) and deducting -1 to the power (which is 2-1)
We get our over all answer:
I believe A-Level mathematics is taught better when written down then typing, as writing and showing the method will make it easeir for the student to undetstand rather than typing it.see more