Ewan H. GCSE Maths tutor, A Level Maths tutor, GCSE Physics tutor, Me...

Ewan H.

£18 - £22 /hr

Studying: Aerospace Engineering (Masters) - Bristol University

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9 reviews| 38 completed tutorials

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About me

I am currently a third year at Bristol University studying Aerospace Engineering. Given my degree, my interests have always been interested in the sciences and maths. I have always been involved in various tutoring groups, mostly covering GCSE and A Level Maths but my brother is two years below me so I have always been available to help him in a variety of GCSE subjects and now his A levels too.

I am currently a third year at Bristol University studying Aerospace Engineering. Given my degree, my interests have always been interested in the sciences and maths. I have always been involved in various tutoring groups, mostly covering GCSE and A Level Maths but my brother is two years below me so I have always been available to help him in a variety of GCSE subjects and now his A levels too.

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About my sessions

I think one of the easiest ways to understand something is to first isolate exactly what confuses you. From there we can structure sessions to cover exactly what you're having difficulties with. From my perspective, I have always found it easier to understand something if it can be explained in a number of different ways. That means I'll try and do the same for you so if I can't get the idea across immediately, there might be an easier way available.

I think one of the easiest ways to understand something is to first isolate exactly what confuses you. From there we can structure sessions to cover exactly what you're having difficulties with. From my perspective, I have always found it easier to understand something if it can be explained in a number of different ways. That means I'll try and do the same for you so if I can't get the idea across immediately, there might be an easier way available.

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Ratings & Reviews

4.9from 9 customer reviews
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Graham (Parent)

October 12 2017

Another very good lesson

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Graham (Parent)

September 20 2017

I watched the first lesson on the playback. A lot was covered in relaxed professional way. Jack came away feeling confident he can do well in with his physics course with continued tutoring. A perfect start in my opinion.

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Jack (Student)

September 20 2017

explained everything very clearly and improved areas I had little understanding of.

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Helen (Parent)

June 4 2017

Excellent support and encouragement

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)A
Design TechnologyA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
MathsA Level£20 /hr
PhysicsA Level£20 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£18 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£22 /hr

Questions Ewan has answered

How do I differentiate f(x) = cos(x)/x?

To answer this question you need to use the quotient rule. dy/dx = (vu' - uv')/v2.

U = cos(x) which differentiates to -sin(x) so u'= -sin(x)

v = x so v' = 1

Therefore, dy/dx = ( -xsin(x) - cos(x) ) / x2

To answer this question you need to use the quotient rule. dy/dx = (vu' - uv')/v2.

U = cos(x) which differentiates to -sin(x) so u'= -sin(x)

v = x so v' = 1

Therefore, dy/dx = ( -xsin(x) - cos(x) ) / x2

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2 years ago

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How would you start a personal statement?

The start of a personal statement is often the hardest bit. I think it's best to try and convey why you want to study your course without using clichés that entrance examiners will have heard thousands of times before.

The start of a personal statement is often the hardest bit. I think it's best to try and convey why you want to study your course without using clichés that entrance examiners will have heard thousands of times before.

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2 years ago

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What is the difference between a series circuit and a parallel circuit?

In a series circuit, the electrons passes through each component in order before returning to the cell. In a parallel circuit, there are different paths for the electrons to take so the current splits depending on the resistance of each path. The voltage across each path remains the same.

In a series circuit, the electrons passes through each component in order before returning to the cell. In a parallel circuit, there are different paths for the electrons to take so the current splits depending on the resistance of each path. The voltage across each path remains the same.

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2 years ago

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