James G.

James G.

£20 - £25 /hr

Physics (Integrated Masters) - Warwick University

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About me

I am currently in my first year of a 4 year Physics integrated masters course at Warwick University. I was lucky enough to have a fantastic maths teacher during my GCSE's who helped spark my interest in the subject. I have always wanted to try to invoke the same passion for the subject in other people as my teacher did in me. I have done this for several years with my younger brother, helping him through his GCSE's and AS levels. I have a lot of experience of sitting past papers, and know what kind of questions examiners tend to set. I believe i am good at explaining things and simplifying complicated concepts.

I am currently in my first year of a 4 year Physics integrated masters course at Warwick University. I was lucky enough to have a fantastic maths teacher during my GCSE's who helped spark my interest in the subject. I have always wanted to try to invoke the same passion for the subject in other people as my teacher did in me. I have done this for several years with my younger brother, helping him through his GCSE's and AS levels. I have a lot of experience of sitting past papers, and know what kind of questions examiners tend to set. I believe i am good at explaining things and simplifying complicated concepts.

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About my sessions

I will invite the student to first raise any specific problems they are having with the subject and aim to solve said problems. I will be happy to go over and homework or exam questions with the student that they may be struggling with. I will also prepare questions each session which the student can do outside of the session and return to me next time. I will try to set questions which aim to deepen the understanding of the basic material.

I will invite the student to first raise any specific problems they are having with the subject and aim to solve said problems. I will be happy to go over and homework or exam questions with the student that they may be struggling with. I will also prepare questions each session which the student can do outside of the session and return to me next time. I will try to set questions which aim to deepen the understanding of the basic material.

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Qualifications

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

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
PhysicsA Level£24 /hr
Further MathematicsGCSE£20 /hr
MathsGCSE£20 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£20 /hr
Maths13 Plus£20 /hr
Maths11 Plus£20 /hr
PATUniversity£25 /hr

Questions James has answered

Explain why objects in free fall drop to the ground at the same speed, regardless of their mass.

An object in free fall is only subject to the gravitational force from the earth. The magnitude of this force is mg, where m is the mass of the object. Newton's second law states that the force on an object is equal to it's mass times the acceleration it experiences, F=ma. Equating the two, mg=ma, and thus a=g. The acceleration is therefore independent of mass as m does not appear in the equation of motion.An object in free fall is only subject to the gravitational force from the earth. The magnitude of this force is mg, where m is the mass of the object. Newton's second law states that the force on an object is equal to it's mass times the acceleration it experiences, F=ma. Equating the two, mg=ma, and thus a=g. The acceleration is therefore independent of mass as m does not appear in the equation of motion.

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