Kyle C. A Level Computing tutor, A Level Maths tutor, GCSE Physics tu...

Kyle C.

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Studying: Computer Science With Electronics (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University

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About me

Who am I?

I am a student pursuing a Computer Science degree at the University of Edinburgh. I enjoy working on theatre lighting and am also a keen fencer which is where I initially started teaching by coaching younger fencers.

Sessions

Sessions will be guided by you. Once I know what areas you need help in I will begin by ensuring you understand all the basics needed for those topics and I will then go on to build on those basics until you are confident in the topic before moving on to examples from exam papers.

I will try to make the sessions more enjoyable by relating examples to real world applications and if possible to the students passions. I find this helpful when trying to overcome problems.

If you have any questions, book a Meet the Tutor Session or send me a webmail.

Who am I?

I am a student pursuing a Computer Science degree at the University of Edinburgh. I enjoy working on theatre lighting and am also a keen fencer which is where I initially started teaching by coaching younger fencers.

Sessions

Sessions will be guided by you. Once I know what areas you need help in I will begin by ensuring you understand all the basics needed for those topics and I will then go on to build on those basics until you are confident in the topic before moving on to examples from exam papers.

I will try to make the sessions more enjoyable by relating examples to real world applications and if possible to the students passions. I find this helpful when trying to overcome problems.

If you have any questions, book a Meet the Tutor Session or send me a webmail.

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5from 4 customer reviews
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Sarah (Parent)

June 16 2016

Kyle is a great tutor. He has tutored my son for several months and as a result my son's maths grades have improved greatly, he was top of his class in his end of year exams. Thanks Kyle

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Samir (Parent)

May 24 2016

Amazing guy couldn't have got anyone better !

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Lewis (Parent)

January 14 2017

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Lewis (Parent)

December 17 2016

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathsA-level (A2)A*
PhysicsA-level (A2)A*
ComputingA-level (A2)A

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
ComputingA Level£20 /hr
ComputingA Level£20 /hr
MathsA Level£20 /hr
MathsA Level£20 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£18 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Kyle has answered

How should I aproach a connected rates of change question.

You should start by identifying which parts have a fixed rate of change e.g. water is being poured in at 50 cm^3/s. You should then identify what is changing in relation to this e.g the height of fluid in a container. you will often be given a formula that relates these things such as volume to height or in the case of a standard shape like a pyramid you might be expected to know it. You then find what the new relation they want is e.g. height of water with respect to time, and construct this by treating the 2 differential equations you already have as fractions and multiply the together to creat the desired relation.

You should start by identifying which parts have a fixed rate of change e.g. water is being poured in at 50 cm^3/s. You should then identify what is changing in relation to this e.g the height of fluid in a container. you will often be given a formula that relates these things such as volume to height or in the case of a standard shape like a pyramid you might be expected to know it. You then find what the new relation they want is e.g. height of water with respect to time, and construct this by treating the 2 differential equations you already have as fractions and multiply the together to creat the desired relation.

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2 years ago

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What was the Rutherford gold foil experiment

The rutherford gold foil experiment was an experiment the was done to determine the structure of the atom. In it a beam of alpha particles was shot at an extremely thin piece of gold foil and a detector was then placed at different points around the gold foil. the fact that some of them were found to bounce back off the gold foil suggested that there was a small area of high positive charge within the atom which supports the nuclear model of the atom.

The rutherford gold foil experiment was an experiment the was done to determine the structure of the atom. In it a beam of alpha particles was shot at an extremely thin piece of gold foil and a detector was then placed at different points around the gold foil. the fact that some of them were found to bounce back off the gold foil suggested that there was a small area of high positive charge within the atom which supports the nuclear model of the atom.

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2 years ago

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