Natasha B. GCSE Maths tutor, GCSE Art tutor, GCSE Spanish tutor, A Le...

Natasha B.

Currently unavailable: until 20/12/2016

Degree: International Management and Modern Languages (Spanish) (Bachelors) - Bath University

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About me

I am currently a first-year student studying International Management and Spanish at the University of Bath.  I lived in Valencia, Spain for 2 years from August2013- August 2015, during which time I studied British A levels and immersed myself in the beautiful Spanish language and culture.

During this time, I was asked to tutor other students at my College : an A level Maths student; classes of GCSE Art students and a GCSE Spanish student.  I really enjoy sharing my knowledge with other and helping them to understand and progress in their chosen subjects.

Sessions

 I will ensure the sessions are completely focused on what you want to do and deal with any problems you might be having.  I can help with explanations, diagrams and example questions, depending on how you work best.  For Spanish students, I find it really helps if the lesson is conducted completely in Spanish, but am also more than happy to teach in English.

Any questions

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me on WebMail or Meet the Tutor Session (available through the website).

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Business Studies A Level £22 /hr
Art GCSE £20 /hr
Business Studies GCSE £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £20 /hr
Spanish GCSE £20 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathsA-LevelA
ArtA-LevelA*
BusinessA-LevelA
SpanishA-LevelB
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No

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Ratings and reviews

4.8from 5 customer reviews

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Questions Natasha has answered

How do I simplify the equation 4x + 5x -2 - 2x + 7?

To simplify an equation the x terms can be collected together to give: 4x + 5x - 2x = 7x The numbers can be collected together to give: -2 + 7 = 5 Which then when put together makes 7x + 5

To simplify an equation the x terms can be collected together to give: 4x + 5x - 2x = 7x

The numbers can be collected together to give: -2 + 7 = 5

Which then when put together makes 7x + 5

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What is the perfect tense and how is it used?

The perfect tense makes a distinction between the perfect tense (I have gone out) and the simple past (I went out).  The form constits of the verb haber: he has ha hemos habéis han The following verb will then follow with an ending of +ado (ar verbs) or +ido (er and ir verbs). For exam...

The perfect tense makes a distinction between the perfect tense (I have gone out) and the simple past (I went out). 

The form constits of the verb haber:

he

has

ha

hemos

habéis

han

The following verb will then follow with an ending of +ado (ar verbs) or +ido (er and ir verbs).

For example: He has spoken to Maria.

Ha hablado con Maria.

The use of the perfect tense will mainly be used based on what someone has done today. E.g. Yesterday I went. Today I have been.

However, it can also be used in terms of what you have done over your life time. E.g. I have been to America. - He ido a America. But when you express a specific time in the past you would use the simple past. E.g. I went to America last summer. - Fui a America el verano pasado.

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9 months ago

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What is the Pythagoras Theorem?

The Pythagoras Theorem equation is: a2 + b2 = c2 It is used to calculate an unknown side of a right angled triangle. a, b and c represent sides of the triangle and you can rearange the formula to find whichever side you are looking for. c2 - b2 = a2 c2 - a2 = b2 Once you have found what a2...

The Pythagoras Theorem equation is:

a+ b2 = c2

It is used to calculate an unknown side of a right angled triangle. a, b and c represent sides of the triangle and you can rearange the formula to find whichever side you are looking for.

c2 - b= a2

c- a= b2

Once you have found what aor b2 or c2 is you then simply square root that number to find the length of your side.

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