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Degree: Medicine (Bachelors) - Manchester University
Having studied GCSE's only 4 years ago, achieving 9A*'s and 2A's, I understand their current structure and demands from first hand experience. I am more than comfortable teaching the GCSE syllabus' after completing my A level studies of the three sciences last year. I am now studying medicine at the university of Manchester.
I also have a large experience of teaching students from a variety of ages, as well as a strong academic background. Over the past year I have tutored 12 different students in Biology, Physics and Maths.
My tutoring approach is centred around the student. I ask them what they struggle with in particular on the course and ensure that their largest concerns are tackled first. Students can learn in a number of different ways. I ensure to use the technique best suited to the student.
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So, when an electrical charge passes through a resistor, some of that electrical energy is transferred into heat, increasing the temperature. This extra energy causes the particles in the resistor to vibrate more. With these particles moving more, it is more difficult to for the electrons to move through the resistor. This means the current can't flow as easily and the resistance increases.see more