Degree: Computer Science (Bachelors) - Queen Mary, London University
My name is Seb and I am an ICT tutor and coding mentor here at MyTutorWeb! I specialise in teaching and assisting with all things ICT, whether it be coursework or general syllabus. I am presently studying Computer Science (BSc) at Queen Mary University of London.
I am 19 years old and have loved learning and experiencing the ever-evolving world of technology. I took all of my public examinations at King's School Rochester (the second oldest school in the world!) and really shone in the ICT department. Since then, I went on to take my AS and A2 ICT exams, both of which I scored the highest in my year! Naturally, I then went on in this field. I now have a good knowledge of java, HTML, CSS and even Swift (the IOS programming language).
What can you learn from me?
I can help you with anything you need! I can guide you through the complex process of scoring highly on your ICT coursework at AS and A level standard as well as giving you info and tips on how to succeed in the exams! If you are looking to start learning code, I can help you out with that in Java, HTML and CSS or even help you start building IOS apps with Swift!
Computer Science sounds like fun!
Yes it is! I can help you construct, format and send applications that will almost guarantee you a place at a great university! I applied to Queen Mary (University of London and Rusell Group), Royal Holloway (University of London), Loughborough and Kent and received offers and interviews from them all! I also have a good knowledge of what to go for and what to avoid when it comes to university hunting and applying, computer science can be a competitive course, so being "in the know" will give you an edge on other applicants.
Sessions with Seb!
I am sure by now you are dying to start your sessions! My sessions will be structured differently depending on what it is you are after. If you are in need of coursework help, I will give you checklists and tips along with marking and feedback, syllabus sessions will focus on exam technique and information and mentoring will be more laid back (practicing code or walking through personal statements etc.)
If you're ready to get started, contact me!
|Computing||A Level||£20 /hr|
|ICT||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Well the key is practice, practice, practice. Although it may often feel annoying that your grade is fluctuating around the grade below where you want it to be, don't worry. You don't have to be super smart to get that grade that you want. The mere fact that you want it so badly would suggest to me you are more than capable of achieving it!
Firstly, narrow down your weaknesses by completing several past papers. There will be 1 or more topics that you are consistantly getting wrong. Draw up a list on those topics and go back to your excercise book and do lots of examples from there and try another paper!
NB/ Try not to practice the ones you are getting right all the time again and again. You know you can do it so focus more of your time on the ones that you struggle with. Remember, you are not reaching your full potential until you can go into an exam and know you can do it all before even opening the front page!see more
Okay, just take a step back for a minute. You're thinking too hard about what looks good on paper and not thinking logically. This is a coursework question and so you must write and explain like the examiner is a child.
The current system may be lacking or not similar to what you are going to be developing.. but, the new system must have a doppelganger in the current system (or as close to one as possible). For example, if you are developing a new database for registration of each class, instead of thinking "There is no current registration system?" Think about how the teacher may check your presence. Maybe she verbally checks, or maybe she has an unofficial notebook?
Also another think to remember a system is more of a process to get a task done rather than an encapsulated piece of software or hardware, going back to the previous example. The teacher may have a current registration system, but that may go beyond the registration software she has.. she may write down the names, get it approved by a head of department, enter it into the software and then print it off. That whole series of input-process-outputs makes up the "registration" system.see more