Hakeem K. A Level Maths tutor, A Level Further Mathematics  tutor, GC...

Hakeem K.

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Degree: Mathematics And Computer Science (Masters) - Bristol University

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About me

Mathematics is a powerful, yet potentially confusing, topic. The subject is becoming, not only respected, but increasingly important in the world. However, despite all of its perks, Mathematics can be an extremely demanding subject; therefore, it is very understandable how certain types of Maths problems can bring even the greatest of minds to a halt. However, this is not something to be frustrated at. With practice, hard work and guidance, even the greatest of dilemmas can be conquered. My name is Hakeem, I am currently a first year at Bristol, studying Mathematics and Computer Science and I want to be that guidance to help students move forward in Mathematics and Further Mathematics. 
 
Why me?
 
What sets me apart from other tutors is my dedication to help my students along with my methods to, not only explain concepts to them, but make sure they understand it. This will involve me thoroughly going through tricky parts, while constantly checking how they feel about the progression we are at, as well as asking for them to finish off some of my explanations to ensure they understand. My methods aim to increase interaction from both sides and keep the student engaged with the learning.
 
I have tutored students locally in Mathematics so I have a lot of experience as a tutor, as well as many of my own resources, such as the course textbooks, past exam papers, etc. However, I do not rely solely on these. I also create my own exam questions and examples for my students so there will be an infinite amount of resources available for them to practice with and learn from.
 
I also feel it is important to maintain a close and friendly relationship with all my students, as to allow them to grow and learn effectively in a warm and approachable environment. Being a positive and pleasant individual, I see no problem in achieving this.
 
Exam boards/Modules
 
I took Mathematics under the Edexcel exam board during GCSE and again during A-Level. I also took Further Mathematics under the Edexcel exam board. I teach GCSE Mathematics and the following A-Level Maths/Further maths modules: C1, C2, C3, C4, M1, M2, S1, S2, D1, D2, FP1, FP2.
 
I also tutor in Physics A-Level. I took Physics under the AQA Exam Board.
 
Finally
 
Thank you for taking the time to read my Résumé.
 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
 
I hope to hear from you soon, whether it be through a 'Meet the Tutor' session or just a curious question you may have.

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Further Mathematics A Level £22 /hr
Maths A Level £22 /hr
Physics A Level £22 /hr
Further Mathematics GCSE £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £20 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathematicsA-LevelA*
Further MathsA-LevelA
PhysicsA-LevelA
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

No

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Ratings and reviews

4from 3 customer reviews

Anjum (Parent) May 19 2015

I am very happy with the sessions he has given my son, he has been very professional and quite helpful. I must say all sessions have been stress free and straight forward and I can actually go back and check the tutorials my son has had. I will recommend this website with no doubt to my friends/family. Anjum

Anjum (Parent) April 8 2015

good tutoring, hopefully maud can achieve good grades

Amanda (Parent) March 15 2015

great class! Clear explanations.

Questions Hakeem has answered

What is the chain rule, product rule and quotient rule and when do I use them?

The chain rule, product rule and quotient rule are all 3 methods of differentiating complex functions. Chain rule The chain rule is as follows: (dy/dx) = (dy/dz).(dz/dx) or D{f(g(x))}/dx = f'(g(x)).g'(x) The chain rule is used when you want to differentiate a function to the power of a numb...

The chain rule, product rule and quotient rule are all 3 methods of differentiating complex functions.

Chain rule

The chain rule is as follows: (dy/dx) = (dy/dz).(dz/dx) or D{f(g(x))}/dx = f'(g(x)).g'(x)

The chain rule is used when you want to differentiate a function to the power of a number. For example, you would use it to differentiate (4x^3 + 3x)^5

The chain rule is also used when you want to differentiate a function inside of another function. For example, you would use it to differentiate sin(3x) (With the function 3x being inside the sin() function)

Product rule

The product rule is as follows d(f(x).g(x))/dx = g(x).f'(x) + f(x).g'(x)

The product rule is used when you want to differentiate two different functions multiplied together. For example, you would use it to differentiate (x^4 + 7x + 2)(3x^2 + 1)

Quotient rule

The Quotient rule is as follows: d(f(x) / g(x))/dx = (f'(x)g(x) - g(x)f'(x)) / g(x)^2

The Quotient rule is used when you want to differentiate one function divided by another. For example, you would use it to differentiate (4x + 5)/(3 - x^2)

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