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George B.

Degree: Physics with Industrial experience (Masters) - Bristol University

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About me

I'm a Physics student at the University of Bristol. My passion is Physics and Maths. I think any theory can be made interesting and exciting. My tutorials will show my informative and passionate nature.

About my sessions

The tutorials are about you. Anything you want to cover, we will cover. No question is stupid. I will help you develop your skills to be able to tackle questions that you have never experienced before. This skills is key in being a great Physicist. If you don't understand one method, I will use another and continue to do so until you understand. Our tutorials will consists of either going through any topic you are not confident on or going through a past paper.

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Maths A Level £20 /hr
Physics A Level £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Physics GCSE £18 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £20 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
PhysicsA-LevelA
MathsA-LevelA
ComputingA-LevelB
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

16/11/2016

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Ratings and reviews

5from 34 customer reviews

Tom (Student) March 18 2017

George is very helpful for revision as I was struggling with mechanics modulus. I was trying to explain Newtons laws of motion and other time-motion concepts as I had mechanics test. By talking with George repeatedly explaining to him how and why these laws worked and getting feedback on my explanations. It made it a lot easier for me to notice questions that asked for these explanations even when they were obscure. Overall because I had a better understanding on how this modulus worked a came out with B-grade when I was expected a D-grade, I also believe i could have gotten an A if I didn't mess up at the beginning. This is a great confidence boost because I can get a lot higher grades by simply talking with George and going through problems that i couldn't get my head around in class.

Tim (Parent) March 4 2017

Hi George, Tom is really enjoying the sessions and I can see his confidence has increased dramatically in being able to tackle the topics and exam questions. Thanks Tim

Lucy (Student) March 5 2017

My average test scores have gone from 40%s to 70 or 80% since I started having these sessions!! he's really friendly and explains well and will go over the 1 hour if I need it. Really helpful!

Tom (Student) March 4 2017

George is very easy to talk and connect with he will answer any questions you may have. He knows what he is talking about and can explain things differently to help understand problems. Overall excellent recap on all topics I have discussed with George. This helped to fill in cracks within my memory and gave me a confidence boost to tackle tricky questions.
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Questions George has answered

How would I resolve forces on a slope?

First pick a set of axis to use. This would be in the directions of which the majority of the forces follow. With the forces which are at angles to the majority of the forces, create a triangle of the horziontal and vertical components of them. You can then use Sin, Cos or Tan to work out your...

First pick a set of axis to use. This would be in the directions of which the majority of the forces follow. With the forces which are at angles to the majority of the forces, create a triangle of the horziontal and vertical components of them. You can then use Sin, Cos or Tan to work out your components in a certain plane. Then Use F=ma and group the forces into directions as a net force equation. The forces are then resolved.

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