Mrinank S. GCSE Chemistry tutor, GCSE Physics tutor, A Level Physics ...

Mrinank S.

£24 - £28 /hr

Studying: Engineering (Masters) - Cambridge University

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About me

Hi there! 

I'm Mrinank, a third year undergraduate studying Information and Computer Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Why engineering? I loved maths and science growing up but I always wanted to use my knowledge to make the world a better place: engineering not only provides me the technical challenge and stimulus but also the tools to affect the world around me.  As a tutor, I seek to help my students reach their own potential by providing challenging sessions which develop independant thinking skills which prove especially invaluable at university. 

I have an impeccible academic record, placing around the top 10 students (out of approx 300) for for Engineering at the University of Cambridge as well as achieving 7 A* at A Level as well as 11 A* at GCSE. Through my journey, I believe I have created a proven technique for high performance in examinations through not just working hard but (most importantly) working intelligently. 

Hi there! 

I'm Mrinank, a third year undergraduate studying Information and Computer Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Why engineering? I loved maths and science growing up but I always wanted to use my knowledge to make the world a better place: engineering not only provides me the technical challenge and stimulus but also the tools to affect the world around me.  As a tutor, I seek to help my students reach their own potential by providing challenging sessions which develop independant thinking skills which prove especially invaluable at university. 

I have an impeccible academic record, placing around the top 10 students (out of approx 300) for for Engineering at the University of Cambridge as well as achieving 7 A* at A Level as well as 11 A* at GCSE. Through my journey, I believe I have created a proven technique for high performance in examinations through not just working hard but (most importantly) working intelligently. 

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About my sessions

Too many students focus on simply learning material; my sessions are designed to challenge, engage and develop each student.

What if you just 'have a bad day at the office' and that equation you knew inside out has suddenly disappeared from your memory in the middle of an exam? With my tutoring, even if you can't remember every equation for an exam, you will peform just as well. How do I achieve this? I focus on deep, core understanding of the key principles within every topic. I give my students the tools to arrive at their own conclusions and work out forgotten equations in high pressure situations

Most of my sessions follow a template; review a key principle within a topic for approximately half of the session and utilising the remaining time to reinforce understanding through application in exam-style questions. Whilst this is simple, I have found it to be highly effective. My sessions are very much a conversation rather than a lecture: I constantly ask questions and my students do the same. The end result is an enjoyable and challenging tutorial. 

Too many students focus on simply learning material; my sessions are designed to challenge, engage and develop each student.

What if you just 'have a bad day at the office' and that equation you knew inside out has suddenly disappeared from your memory in the middle of an exam? With my tutoring, even if you can't remember every equation for an exam, you will peform just as well. How do I achieve this? I focus on deep, core understanding of the key principles within every topic. I give my students the tools to arrive at their own conclusions and work out forgotten equations in high pressure situations

Most of my sessions follow a template; review a key principle within a topic for approximately half of the session and utilising the remaining time to reinforce understanding through application in exam-style questions. Whilst this is simple, I have found it to be highly effective. My sessions are very much a conversation rather than a lecture: I constantly ask questions and my students do the same. The end result is an enjoyable and challenging tutorial. 

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5.2from 19 customer reviews
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Prateek (Parent)

November 3 2016

Mrinank goes through the fundamentals of every topic to make sure the student understands them fully, he is enthusiastic and friendly, and also helps improve exam technique by going through questions.

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Kiavash (Parent)

October 17 2016

really helpful as always

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Kiavash (Parent)

October 8 2016

really helpful

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Prashil` (Parent)

May 15 2017

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Further MathsA-level (A2)A*
MathsA-level (A2)A*
EconomicsA-level (A2)A*
PhysicsA-level (A2)A*
ChemistryA-level (A2)A*
ComputingA-level (A2)A*
Business StudiesA-level (A2)A*

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Further Mathematics A Level£26 /hr
MathsA Level£26 /hr
PhysicsA Level£26 /hr
-Oxbridge Preparation-Mentoring£26 /hr
.PAT.Uni Admissions Test£28 /hr

Questions Mrinank has answered

Two identical uniform spheres each of radius R are placed in contact. The gravitational force between them is F. They are then separated until the force between them is one ninth of the magnitude. What is the distance between the surfaces of the spheres?

With electostatics, it is important to remember that inthe equation giving the force between two point charges, the force is inversely proportional to the square of the distance of the charges. 

It is important to note that with spheres, we will effectively treat them with point charge and hence the distances we will take for our equation is from the centre. 

When placed next to each other, the distance between the centres is 2R. Hence if the force decreases by a factor of 9, the distance between the spheres must increase by a factor of 3 (root 9 is 3). Hence the new distance between the spheres is 6R.

However, the question asks for the distance between the surfaces. Hence 2R must be subtracted from our answer, leaving us with the correct answer, 4R. 

With electostatics, it is important to remember that inthe equation giving the force between two point charges, the force is inversely proportional to the square of the distance of the charges. 

It is important to note that with spheres, we will effectively treat them with point charge and hence the distances we will take for our equation is from the centre. 

When placed next to each other, the distance between the centres is 2R. Hence if the force decreases by a factor of 9, the distance between the spheres must increase by a factor of 3 (root 9 is 3). Hence the new distance between the spheres is 6R.

However, the question asks for the distance between the surfaces. Hence 2R must be subtracted from our answer, leaving us with the correct answer, 4R. 

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What is inflation?

We all know that in general that prices change: we see the price of fuel changing up and down as we see exchange rates. Inflation tries to capture this.

Inflation is defined as an increase in the general level of prices,  eroding the value of money.

Inflation is measured using the CPI and RPI indices and mathematically is the percentage change per annum in these price indices. 

We all know that in general that prices change: we see the price of fuel changing up and down as we see exchange rates. Inflation tries to capture this.

Inflation is defined as an increase in the general level of prices,  eroding the value of money.

Inflation is measured using the CPI and RPI indices and mathematically is the percentage change per annum in these price indices. 

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