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Degree: BSc Computer Science (Bachelors) - University College London University
I am a Computer Science student at University College London offering tutoring for Computing, Maths, Physics and History.
I have had experience teaching the above subjects to high school students both through volunteering and as a paid job. As a high school student I volunteered to teach other students as part of the Students Teaching Students Programme. Once I graduated I started working as a tutor giving one-to-one lessons. I then was hired by a company which prepares students for a series of examinations such as IGCSEs and IBs. There, I taught both one-to-one and group classes in the aforementioned subjects. Throughout this time I have taught students between 13 and 18 years of age.
What I have learnt in all this time is that there are three aims I must always strive to achieve:
1. Maintain a friendly and communicative relationship with students,
2. Inspire interest in the subject so that students want to learn,
3. Help the students have a real understanding of the subject, not just memorising content.
As you can see by the unavoidable repetition of the word "students" above, it really is all about you. You guide the tutorials to suit your specific preferences. This is all about your learning, your grades and your overall success, so let me help you achieve your goals!
|Maths||13 Plus||£20 /hr|
|Maths||13 Plus||£20 /hr|
|Mathematics (Higher Level)||Baccalaureate||6/7|
|Physics (Higher Level)||Baccalaureate||7/7|
|Computer Science (Higher Level)||Baccalaureate||7/7|
|History (Standard Level)||Baccalaureate||7/7|
|Spanish First Language: Language and Literature (Standard Level)||Baccalaureate||6/7|
|English First Language: Literature (Standard Level)||Baccalaureate||6/7|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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The cache memory aims to reduce the memory access time and thus increase your computer speed by storing frequently accessed data. A buffer, such as a printing buffer, is just a temporary memory storage that holds a queue of data to be used.
A key difference is that all the contents in the buffer will be used whereas some of the cache contents could never be accessed by a user.
In this expression the student must recognise the form is typical of a difference of squares situation (when you have two terms squared and a minus sign between them). This means the factorisation will be two expressions in brackets, one with a plus sign and the other with a minus sign, so something like this:
(4a + 10b)(2a - 5b)
You can further factorise a 2 out of the first brackets to get:
2(2a + 5b)(2a - 5b)
And now you cannot factorise further so the factorisation is complete.see more
Conclusions are brief so you only need a couple of sentences, especially due to the time limit:
-Briefly summarise what you have mentioned in order to justify what you will conclude
-Your stance on the question. Say what you think the arguments you presented mean regarding the question. Try to be sophisticated and add interpretation/insight to your conclusion. You can do this by separating your arguments into categories (e.g. economic reasons, military reasons) and in your conclusion state what reasons where the most important regarding the question.
Note: Never add new arguments or facts into the conclusion since it shows poor essay structure and planning; you should have included this in your main body.
Why did the Reds win the Russian Civil War?
In the conclusion you would mention briefly that there were several reasons but that the arguments presented suggest economic / social / military (depends on your essay body) were the key factors in allowing the Reds to win the civil war.