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Degree: Materials Science (Masters) - Oxford, St Edmund Hall University

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About Me: I'm a second year Materials science undergraduate at The University of Oxford. I loved learning about science and maths at school and hope my tutorials make you feel the same.  Structure: The key concept about tutorials is that you get the most out of them by putting the most in. The sessions will be heavily based on you and the things you struggle with. The key to science and maths questions at GCSE and A level all come from an understanding of basic concepts. Once you have these then my main job is to guide you through harder exam questions and show you the easiest and best ways to approach them, Experience:  At my previous sixth form I gained hands on experience tutoring GCSE maths to younger students. In addition to this I am a student ambassador at my current Oxford college and a qualified football referee so dealing with GCSE and A level students is something I have experience with. Overall I want my tutorials to be engaging and fun; leaving my tutee with a better grasp than when we first started. If you have any questions just drop me an email or book a session to meet me. Please let me know the subjects and examboards you are sitting (my main experience has been with AQA however OCR have many similaritites) I can't wait to meet you!

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Chemistry A Level £26 /hr
Maths A Level £26 /hr
Physics A Level £26 /hr
Chemistry GCSE £24 /hr
Maths GCSE £24 /hr
Physics GCSE £24 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathsA-LevelA*
Further MathsA-LevelA*
Physics A-LevelA*
Chemistry A-LevelA
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4.8from 49 customer reviews

Yusuf (Student) May 16 2017

really thorough

Yusuf (Student) March 29 2017

good thorough knowledge explained in detail in an 1hr!!!

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Like average tutor

Ruhul (Student) February 2 2017

We went over exactly what was needed. He corrected many common mistakes that I made and explained everything thoroughly before going through examples to see If I truly did understand it. He put in a lot of effort before the tutorial as well which was very easy to tell.
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Questions Nathan has answered

A single wind turbine has a maximum power output of 2 000 000 W. The wind turbine operated continuously at maximum power for 6 hours. Calculate the energy output in kilowatt-hours of the wind turbine.

Equation: P = Wt (Power = Work[Energy] x time) 1) Convert Watts to Kilowatts (W -> kW) 2,000,000W -> 2,000kW [divide by 1000] 2) Multiply work by time (remembering the question asks for kWh) 2,000kW x 6h = 12,000 kWh

Equation:

P = Wt (Power = Work[Energy] x time)

1) Convert Watts to Kilowatts (W -> kW)

2,000,000W -> 2,000kW [divide by 1000]

2) Multiply work by time (remembering the question asks for kWh)

2,000kW x 6h = 12,000 kWh

1 year ago

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Describe the trend in the reactivity of group 2 elements with chlorine as you descend down the group.

As you progress down the group: - Atomic radius increases, therefore there is more electron shielding. - There is an increase in the nuclear charge, however it is outweighed by the increase in shielding. - It is therefore easier to remove an outer electron and donate it to the chlorine molec...

As you progress down the group:

- Atomic radius increases, therefore there is more electron shielding.

- There is an increase in the nuclear charge, however it is outweighed by the increase in shielding.

- It is therefore easier to remove an outer electron and donate it to the chlorine molecule

- Therefore down the group reactivity with chlorine (group 7 elements) decreases

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1 year ago

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How do you make calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) from Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and what are the equations.

Thermally decompose the calcium carbonate: CaCO3 -> CaO + CO2 Now mix the CaO with water: CaO + H2O -> Ca(OH)2

Thermally decompose the calcium carbonate:

CaCO-> CaO + CO2

Now mix the CaO with water:

CaO + H2O -> Ca(OH)2

1 year ago

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