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Degree: Materials Science (Masters) - Oxford, St Edmund Hall University
I am a materials science undergraduate at the University of Oxford. Having had tutor myself whilst at school, I understand how important it is to have a tutor who is confident and passionate about their subject.
I am patient, friendly and hope to pass on my enthusiasm for maths!
Each session will be guided by you, so that you get exactly what you need out of them. Before diving into the deep end with exam questions, we will start slowly with some examples that show the fundamental concepts – this way you will be able to apply it to any situation.
Once we you are happy with the basics (and can explain it to me!) we can start tackling some exam questions.
The best way that a student will learn is when they are having fun. By using examples, analogies and diagrams I hope to make the sessions fun and after 55mins, leave you with a sense of achievement.
You can send me any questions via ‘Webmail’ or you can book a ‘Meet the Tutor Session’. Don’t forget to tell me which exam board you are on and what you are struggling with.
32 out of 80 on a Maths test
38% on an English test
As we don't know any other information about the English test (e.g. her mark and the total mark) the only way that we can compare the two results is by using percentages.
Therefore to find the answer, we need to find her percentage in the maths test
Step 1: 32 ÷ 80 = 0.4
Step 2: Turn the decimal into a percentage
0.4 x 100 = 40%
Answer: Karen achieved 40% in her maths test and 38% in her English test. This means that Karen did better in her Maths test.see more