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Hey there!

I'm a second year undergraduate student at the University of Cambridge, studying Engineering. I am really passionate about using science and maths to make the world around us a better place. 

I am a patient and friendly tutor having taught computing to high school students as well as Maths and English to young children. 

My approach to tutoring is to develop students ability to think independently and apply known knowledge to unknown situations. I do this by first of all reinforcing key, underlying principles and then covering many worked examples. Most of all however, I try to make my sessions challenging but also fun!

If you need any help with applying to university (especially Engineering at Oxbridge), I would be more than happy to help. In fact, one of my prior students not only recieved an offer to study Geology at the University of Oxford, but credited my tutoring in aiding him to recieve an offer.

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If you have any questions whatsoever, please do not hesistate to contact me through WebMail or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'.  Please also add your exam board and what you would like to cover in our sessions.

I really look forward to meeting you :)

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Further Mathematics A Level £20 /hr
Maths A Level £20 /hr
Physics A Level £20 /hr
Chemistry GCSE £18 /hr
Economics GCSE £18 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Physics GCSE £18 /hr
-Oxbridge Preparation- Mentoring £20 /hr

Qualifications

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Further MathsA-LevelA*
MathsA-LevelA*
EconomicsA-LevelA*
PhysicsA-LevelA*
ChemistryA-LevelA*
ComputingA-LevelA*
Business StudiesA-LevelA*
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Ratings and reviews

5.6from 9 customer reviews

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.

Kiavash (Parent) October 17 2016

really helpful as always

Kiavash (Parent) October 8 2016

really helpful

Prateek (Parent) November 17 2016

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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 he...

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...

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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