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Wilson H.

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Degree: Mechanical Engineering (Masters) - Bristol University

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Short Introduction:- Doing my international O and A-levels back in Malaysia, I can relate to the students here and how they are coping with their studies. I had an amazing tutor back then and I do understand how having a tutor helps in unlocking full potential of students. My Qualifications:- International GCSE's:- All A*'s unless stated (English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology) A's in Additional Mathematics and Accounting. English qualifications:- Band 8.0 in IELTS (Maximum band is 9.0) consisting of speaking, reading, listening and writing. A* in IGCSE's. Maths qualifications:- Kumon completer in which the last level consisted of (Advanced differentiation, integration, applications of calculus, differential equations.) More about me:- Growing up back in Malaysia, education was a huge issue between a better or average future and I was always sort of 'forced' to go for tuitions. But thinking back, where it has got me now is so worth it. I loved the idea of giving back to the community and used to do a lot of volunteering. Coming to Bristol, I personally felt that if I could change even one person's life by tutoring, it will be incredibly fulfilling. What I can help students with?:- Although my course (Mechanical Engineering) consists of equal levels of Maths and Physics, doing Kumon helped shaped my thinking about Maths and I find it easier to explain Maths concepts to people and hopefully, students as well. Due to the nature of Kumon, it requires creative ways of solving problems, within a limited time-frame as well. I am:- 1) Emphatetic:- volunteering provided me with a platform to understand how students think and I can definitely relate to students struggling. 2)Willing to give:- got selected to teach English in Poland as part of AISEC voluntary organisation, summer 2016. Hope to chat with prospective students and parents if you feel I can be of help to your child!

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Maths A Level £20 /hr
Maths A Level £20 /hr
Physics A Level £20 /hr
Physics A Level £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Physics GCSE £18 /hr
Physics GCSE £18 /hr
Maths 13 Plus £18 /hr
Maths 11 Plus £18 /hr
Maths 11 Plus £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathematicsA-LevelA
PhysicsA-LevelA
Further MathematicsA-LevelB
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Questions Wilson has answered

How do I solve simultaneous equations?

Let's use an example. x+y=6 2x+3y=14 Find the values of x and y. When I was kid back then, I was always wondering why are equations important? Well, for me, its because we want to be precise with our asnwers.  x+y=6. There are many answers to this. Including:- 4+2 3+3 even 7+(-1) theref...

Let's use an example.

x+y=6

2x+3y=14

Find the values of x and y.

When I was kid back then, I was always wondering why are equations important? Well, for me, its because we want to be precise with our asnwers. 

x+y=6. There are many answers to this. Including:-

4+2

3+3

even 7+(-1)

therefore, what method should we use to ensure our calculation is accurate?

well, we have 2 equations. lets remove one variable out of the picture so we are left with only one

at the beginning, x+y=6 ......equation 1

                         2x+3y=14........equation 2

now, we decided to remove either x or y because removing either one of them will make it so much easier to find a specific value for x or y.

to do this, let's decide to remove x as an example.

multiplying equation 1 by 2 gives us,

2x+2y=12.....set this to equation 3

remember equation 2? 2x+3y=14

it can be seen now that we can remove 2x by performing equation 3-equation2 which gives us:-

y=2

we now have a value for y which is great so let's find value x by placing y=2 into equation 1, 2 or 3 since we already have a value.

let us take equation 1 in this case.

x+y=6

y=2, therefore, x+2=6

and x=6-2

        =4

and this, x=4 and y=2

to check our answers, we can place the values of x and y into any equations to find whether out answers match.

using equation 3,

2x+2y=12

2(4)+2(2)=8+4=12

and this is how we know our answers are correct! 

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