Edward L. GCSE Maths tutor, GCSE English Literature tutor, A Level En...

Edward L.

£18 - £20 /hr

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Studying: History (Bachelors) - Bristol University

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About me

I am a History student at Bristol University. I recieved an A* grade in both Maths and History A-level, and an A grade in English Literature A-level. 

I am patient, easy-going and thoroughly enjoy all the subjects I teach. I tutored younger pupils throughout my A-levels in a range of subjects. I very much relate to the stresses that come with exams, and will try to create a non-pressured learning environment. 

In our tutorials, you will take the lead. I want to know what areas you find challenging, however small they may seem, so we can make you as confident as possible before your exam. 

I will ensure that the core knowledge is understood before moving onto exam technique, as this can be very daunting if there are still parts of the course you don't understand. 

I hope these sessions feel more like a conversation than a lesson. You can ask me as many questions as you like (there are no silly ones) until you feel like you could be teaching me! 

Feel free to ask me any questions via 'WebMail' or a 'Meet the Tutor Session' on the website. Please let me know what exam you're preparing for and with which board.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Ed

I am a History student at Bristol University. I recieved an A* grade in both Maths and History A-level, and an A grade in English Literature A-level. 

I am patient, easy-going and thoroughly enjoy all the subjects I teach. I tutored younger pupils throughout my A-levels in a range of subjects. I very much relate to the stresses that come with exams, and will try to create a non-pressured learning environment. 

In our tutorials, you will take the lead. I want to know what areas you find challenging, however small they may seem, so we can make you as confident as possible before your exam. 

I will ensure that the core knowledge is understood before moving onto exam technique, as this can be very daunting if there are still parts of the course you don't understand. 

I hope these sessions feel more like a conversation than a lesson. You can ask me as many questions as you like (there are no silly ones) until you feel like you could be teaching me! 

Feel free to ask me any questions via 'WebMail' or a 'Meet the Tutor Session' on the website. Please let me know what exam you're preparing for and with which board.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Ed

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
English LiteratureA-level (A2)A
HistoryA-level (A2)A*
MathsA-level (A2)A*

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
English LiteratureA Level£20 /hr
HistoryA Level£20 /hr
English LiteratureGCSE£18 /hr
HistoryGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
Maths11 Plus£18 /hr

Questions Edward has answered

(For unseen poetry) How does the poet present x to the reader?

Structure:

-How does it start/end? Why? Effect?

-Does it physically embody something?

-Use of stanzas? Why? Effect?

Style

-Rhyme? Effect?

-Metre? Effect?

-Narrative voice? Effect?

Imagery

-Use of metaphor/simile. Effect?

-Setting? Effect?

Choice of word

-Connotations of words.

-Techniques eg. alliteration, onomatapoeia etc.

-Apealing to the senses (synesthesia)

Structure:

-How does it start/end? Why? Effect?

-Does it physically embody something?

-Use of stanzas? Why? Effect?

Style

-Rhyme? Effect?

-Metre? Effect?

-Narrative voice? Effect?

Imagery

-Use of metaphor/simile. Effect?

-Setting? Effect?

Choice of word

-Connotations of words.

-Techniques eg. alliteration, onomatapoeia etc.

-Apealing to the senses (synesthesia)

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2 years ago

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How far does source x agree with source y?

P1: Instances where both agree:

-Use quotes.

-Explain why this shows agreement.

-Repeat for other areas of agreement.

P2: Areas of disagreement:

-Use quotes

-Explain why this shows disagreement.

-Repeat for other areas of disagreement.

P3: Are there crucial parts of one source that say something that the other source doesn't mention.

-Use quotes.

Conc:

-Answer the question 'how far'.

P1: Instances where both agree:

-Use quotes.

-Explain why this shows agreement.

-Repeat for other areas of agreement.

P2: Areas of disagreement:

-Use quotes

-Explain why this shows disagreement.

-Repeat for other areas of disagreement.

P3: Are there crucial parts of one source that say something that the other source doesn't mention.

-Use quotes.

Conc:

-Answer the question 'how far'.

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2 years ago

750 views

Work out the points of intersection of the graphs of y= (x+2)(x-4) and y=3x+6.

3x+6=(x+2)(x-4)

3x+6 = x2-2x-8

x2-5x-14=0

(x-7)(x+2)=0

x=7 so y=27

and x=-2 so y=0

3x+6=(x+2)(x-4)

3x+6 = x2-2x-8

x2-5x-14=0

(x-7)(x+2)=0

x=7 so y=27

and x=-2 so y=0

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2 years ago

920 views

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