Megan L. GCSE Spanish tutor, A Level Psychology tutor

Megan L.

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Degree: Psychology (Bachelors) - Cardiff University

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About me

I am a third year Psychology student at Cardiff University. Having studied both Psychology and Human Biology at A Level, I am able to provide help with answering exam questions and with the scientific content of the course. Additionally, if you have any questions about Psychology at university, I am willing to answer them! 

As well as Psychology, I have studied Spanish at A level and have completed a Spanish course at university. During my time at school I also went on two Spanish exchanges. I am able to assist you with grammar, vocabulary and oral practice. 

I believe I am a friendly and patient individual, and I look forward to helping you with your studies!

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Psychology A Level £20 /hr
Spanish GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationLevelGrade
PsychologyA-levelA2A
SpanishA-levelA2A
Human BiologyA-levelA2B
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

16/03/2016

Questions Megan has answered

How would you go about answering an exam question?

Firstly, you would start by stating or introducing a point. Secondly, you must provide evidence to support this point. A common way of doing this is by using research to support or challenge this point. Thirdly, you must link this evidence back to the question, to prove that you are actually a...

Firstly, you would start by stating or introducing a point. Secondly, you must provide evidence to support this point. A common way of doing this is by using research to support or challenge this point. Thirdly, you must link this evidence back to the question, to prove that you are actually answering what the question has asked. 

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1 year ago

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What is the difference between the verbs "estar" and "ser"?

Both "estar" and "ser" mean "to be". However "estar" should be used when describing something temporary. For instance, when describing a location or explaining a state that an object is in (su madre está en el baño, las tiendas están abiertas). "Ser" is used for more permanent explanations e.g...

Both "estar" and "ser" mean "to be". However "estar" should be used when describing something temporary. For instance, when describing a location or explaining a state that an object is in (su madre está en el baño, las tiendas están abiertas). "Ser" is used for more permanent explanations e.g. occupation, nationality, time and date or possession (Mis padres son ingleses, Ana es inteligente, mañana es martes). 

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1 year ago

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