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Luckksha L.

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Studying: Geography (Bachelors) - Birmingham University

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About me In a nutshell: I am a Geography student at the University of Birmingham, currently in my Second Year. I, myself, have been in the position of many students and from a young age, I was in need of an 11+ tutor. From the experience of having tutors in the past, I feel as though this has aided me in becoming the tutor that I yearned for back when I was a tutee.  Since my 11+ days, I have succeeded in my A Levels; Biology, Economics and Geogrpahy, whilst captaining my Sixth Form Netball team (my favourite sport!) and reaching grade 4 on the violin. Further to this, I have been regularly tutoring 11+, Biology GCSE and A Level, Economics GCSE and A Level and Geography GCSE and A Level. And of course, with tutoring these differing subjects comes a range of students, whom I adapted to, hoping to give them the most beneficial tutoring experience.  I will plan my online lessons around you. What you need and what you want, becasue I know that not everyone finds the same things easy, but hopefully I will be able to help you understand the topics you are stuck on. 

About me In a nutshell: I am a Geography student at the University of Birmingham, currently in my Second Year. I, myself, have been in the position of many students and from a young age, I was in need of an 11+ tutor. From the experience of having tutors in the past, I feel as though this has aided me in becoming the tutor that I yearned for back when I was a tutee.  Since my 11+ days, I have succeeded in my A Levels; Biology, Economics and Geogrpahy, whilst captaining my Sixth Form Netball team (my favourite sport!) and reaching grade 4 on the violin. Further to this, I have been regularly tutoring 11+, Biology GCSE and A Level, Economics GCSE and A Level and Geography GCSE and A Level. And of course, with tutoring these differing subjects comes a range of students, whom I adapted to, hoping to give them the most beneficial tutoring experience.  I will plan my online lessons around you. What you need and what you want, becasue I know that not everyone finds the same things easy, but hopefully I will be able to help you understand the topics you are stuck on. 

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
GeographyA-level (A2)A
EconomicsA-level (A2)A
BiologyA-level (A2)B

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GeographyA Level£20 /hr
EconomicsGCSE£18 /hr
GeographyGCSE£18 /hr
Geography13 Plus£18 /hr

Questions Luckksha has answered

Define the term ‘derived demand’

The demand for a good or service reulting from or leads to the demand for another good or service. 

The demand for a good or service reulting from or leads to the demand for another good or service. 

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1 year ago

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Explain the formation of limestone pavement.

Limesone is a calcium carbonate and when rainwater mixes with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere it becomes weak carbonic acid.  Calcium carbonate is soluble in this acid and thus causing the process of carbonation. 

As limsetone is permeable due to its mainy joints, water is able to enter the joints, cauing it to get bigger as limestone solution takes place and the dissolved limestone is removed. This results in larger gaps in between the limestone blocks. 

Limesone is a calcium carbonate and when rainwater mixes with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere it becomes weak carbonic acid.  Calcium carbonate is soluble in this acid and thus causing the process of carbonation. 

As limsetone is permeable due to its mainy joints, water is able to enter the joints, cauing it to get bigger as limestone solution takes place and the dissolved limestone is removed. This results in larger gaps in between the limestone blocks. 

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1 year ago

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Explain why an enzyme catalyses only one reaction.

Enzymes only have one active site which is only complementary to one specific substrate. 

Enzymes only have one active site which is only complementary to one specific substrate. 

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1 year ago

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