Hi, I'm Elle! Science, maths and languages have been my favourite subjects from a young age and studying them in further detail only made me love them more. I am soon to go into my second year of a physics degree at Durham University and I couldn't be enjoying it more! Taking a french module during my first year also helped me develop my french skills even further.
I strongly believe that learning can be a whole lot more than memorising a textbook and I'm keen to make learning enjoyable.
I've had previous tutoring experience, spending almost three years in a tuition centre helping children ranging from ages 3-17 with maths and english work. This is something I only gave up due to going to University - tutoring online is something I'm very excited about as it allows to me to carry on passing on my knowledge to others.
I believe that variation is key as this stops work becoming dull and repetitive. My aim is to ensure the sessions are fun - that way we're both enjoying the experience.
I want the sessions to be student led, as there is no point covering something which you already understand. I want to cover whatever you are struggling with until you are happy that you understand it.
I studied AQA science GCSEs and Physics A-level. My Maths and Further Maths A-levels were with OCR MEI and my French GCSE was taken with WJEC. However, I am happy to cover content from any exam board and will ensure we do plenty of exam questions from your exam board.
PLEASE do not hesitate to contact me or book a 'Meet the Tutor session'. Make sure you let me know your exam board and what you need help with when you message.
I look forward to hearing from you!
|Further Mathematics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Physics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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The complex conjugate of a complex number is a number for which the real part is the same and for which the imaginary part has the same magnitude but opposite sign. e.g. the complex conjugate of 6+7i is 6-7i.
It should be noted for a polynomial with real coefficients that complex roots come in complex pairs. So if the complex number is a root, its conjugate will be as well.see more