I am a student pursuing my degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Manchester. Ever since I can remember I have always been passionate about passing my knowledge to others. As a tutor I taught people of different ages (8-20 years old) and prepared some of them to variegated tests and exams like SAT Subject Tests or Polish Matura exam (equivalent of A-levels) for over 3 years. I mainly specialize in Maths and Physics as these are the subjects that I personally enjoy the most.
Tutorials- How will they look like?
During the sessions I would like you to feel relaxed and comfortable as that is needed
to concentrate on the subject. I always use a personalized attitude towards the student
to achieve the best results. If you don’t understand a particular topic in a way that is explained at school there is no need to worry. In the case of Maths and Physics there are usually a few ways that lead to the same result and we can go through all of them to let you comprehend the subject completely. Therefore the tutorial will look differently for every student to fit their needs as well as possible.
How to contact me?
You are welcome to send me a message through the questionnaire on the right or book
a “Meet the Tutor Session”. I will respond on the same day.
I look forward to meeting you
|Further Mathematics||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|Further Mathematics||IB||£20 /hr|
|Mathematics (advanced level)||A-Level||96%|
|Physics (advanced level)||A-Level||95%|
|English (advanced level)||A-Level||96%|
|Mathematics (ordinary level)||A-Level||100%|
|English (ordinary level)||A-Level||100%|
|Polish (ordinary level)||A-Level||73%|
|English (oral examination)||A-Level||100%|
|Polish (oral examination)||A-Level||100%|
|SAT||Uni Admissions Test||2090/2400 points|
|SAT Subject Test in Mathematics 2||Uni Admissions Test||800/800 points|
|SAT Subject Test in Physics||Uni Admissions Test||790/800|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
Please get in touch for more detailed availability
Francesca (Parent) November 23 2016
Toni (Student) November 23 2016
We don't know what type of a triangle we're considering here. Therefore the universal and quickest solution to the first problem is use of the cosine rule, which states that for a triangle with sides a,b and c and the angle θ between sides “a” and “b”:
To find the area of the triangle we should use the formula: