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Zaid A.

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Studying: Medicine (Bachelors) - University College London University

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About me

My approach to tutoring is based on you and your needs.
Having taught students from the ages of 7 to 18 of varying abilities, I can confidently adapt my teaching style to accommodate for your needs helping you to reach your goals.

Having sat my GCSE and A-levels recently, I am up to date with current specifications and have a wide range of high quality resources targeted at current exam specifications.  

I take an active approach to tutoring, using a range of resources including visual aids, mini-tests, flash cards and online resources. I concentrate on both the content required by the exam board and exam technique. I have found that students are often very bright and have a strong understanding of the course content, but lose many marks due to poor exam technique, so this is something I concentrate on. 

Finally, I have secured multiple places in some of the UK's most competitive medical schools. I can confidently guide students through the whole application process, including personal statement writing and how to impress your interviewers.

Professional experience

2012- Kumon tutor.
2013- private GCSE tutor.
2014-present- Target medicine mentor: guiding students through the medical school application process, from how to write a personal statement to interview practice.
2015- private A-level tutor and first aid teacher in primary schools.
2016- tutorials for 1st year medical students on immunology.

My approach to tutoring is based on you and your needs.
Having taught students from the ages of 7 to 18 of varying abilities, I can confidently adapt my teaching style to accommodate for your needs helping you to reach your goals.

Having sat my GCSE and A-levels recently, I am up to date with current specifications and have a wide range of high quality resources targeted at current exam specifications.  

I take an active approach to tutoring, using a range of resources including visual aids, mini-tests, flash cards and online resources. I concentrate on both the content required by the exam board and exam technique. I have found that students are often very bright and have a strong understanding of the course content, but lose many marks due to poor exam technique, so this is something I concentrate on. 

Finally, I have secured multiple places in some of the UK's most competitive medical schools. I can confidently guide students through the whole application process, including personal statement writing and how to impress your interviewers.

Professional experience

2012- Kumon tutor.
2013- private GCSE tutor.
2014-present- Target medicine mentor: guiding students through the medical school application process, from how to write a personal statement to interview practice.
2015- private A-level tutor and first aid teacher in primary schools.
2016- tutorials for 1st year medical students on immunology.

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Haider (Parent)

September 24 2016

Very good tutor, gave me a lot of helpful tips and advices about the Bmat test....

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Peter (Parent)

September 21 2016

Excellent first session. Jake enjoyed it and said he learnt a lot!

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Jake (Student)

October 23 2016

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A*
Chemistry A-level (A2)A
Biology A-level (A2)A*
Physics A-level (A2)A*
Medical Sciences with Clinical SciencesDegree (Bachelors)FIRST CLASS (HONS)

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyA Level£24 /hr
ChemistryA Level£24 /hr
PhysicsA Level£24 /hr
BiologyGCSE£22 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£22 /hr
MathsGCSE£22 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£22 /hr
ScienceGCSE£22 /hr
-Medical School Preparation-Mentoring£24 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£24 /hr
.BMAT (BioMedical Admissions)Uni Admissions Test£26 /hr

Questions Zaid has answered

The vehicle accelerates horizontally from rest to 27.8 m s–1 in a time of 4.6 s. The mass of the vehicle is 360 kg and the rider has a mass of 82 kg. 1. Calculate the average acceleration during the 4.6 s time interval.

This question is testing your ability to recognise which equations to use from the formula sheet based on the variables provided. 

To start, write down the known variables in the SUVAT fromat:

S (distance travelled): ?

U (initial velocity): 0ms-1 (because it was initially at rest)

V (final velocity): 27.8ms-1

A (acceleration): ?

T (time): 4.6s

First we need to work out the acceleration. In this question we do not need to calculate the distance travelled.

Look through the formula sheet and find the formula that will allow you to calculate the acceleration (A) based on the variables that have been given to us.

A=(V-U)/T

Plug in the values:

A= (27.8-0)/4.6

A= 27.8/4.6

A= 6.04 ms-2

Always include unit in your answer and pay attention in case the question is looking for a specific number of significant figures.

This question is testing your ability to recognise which equations to use from the formula sheet based on the variables provided. 

To start, write down the known variables in the SUVAT fromat:

S (distance travelled): ?

U (initial velocity): 0ms-1 (because it was initially at rest)

V (final velocity): 27.8ms-1

A (acceleration): ?

T (time): 4.6s

First we need to work out the acceleration. In this question we do not need to calculate the distance travelled.

Look through the formula sheet and find the formula that will allow you to calculate the acceleration (A) based on the variables that have been given to us.

A=(V-U)/T

Plug in the values:

A= (27.8-0)/4.6

A= 27.8/4.6

A= 6.04 ms-2

Always include unit in your answer and pay attention in case the question is looking for a specific number of significant figures.

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