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Gina J.

£36 /hr

Studying: Economics with French (Bachelors) - Bristol University

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Hi! I'm Gina. I'm currenty studying Economics with French at the University of Bristol. I have been a private tutor of Economics, Maths and French for six years and am passionate about teaching! I am approachable, patient and friendly and I tailor my sessions to help students with both exam technique and specific areas they would like to focus on. At A-level my exams were all Edexcel, although I have tutored many students doing other exam boards too and so would be happy to accommodate any exam board. I am very flexible with timing but afternoons/evenings and weekends tend to suit me best.

Hi! I'm Gina. I'm currenty studying Economics with French at the University of Bristol. I have been a private tutor of Economics, Maths and French for six years and am passionate about teaching! I am approachable, patient and friendly and I tailor my sessions to help students with both exam technique and specific areas they would like to focus on. At A-level my exams were all Edexcel, although I have tutored many students doing other exam boards too and so would be happy to accommodate any exam board. I am very flexible with timing but afternoons/evenings and weekends tend to suit me best.

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I prepare thoroughly for all tutorials, collecting example questions to go through during the tutorial and taking on board any requests from students and parents. I make sure that the student is following at all times and try to make it as interactive as possible!

I prepare thoroughly for all tutorials, collecting example questions to go through during the tutorial and taking on board any requests from students and parents. I make sure that the student is following at all times and try to make it as interactive as possible!

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5from 135 customer reviews
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Chloe (Student)

November 19 2017

Very helpful and guided me through structuring essays for my exams

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Zoe (Parent)

November 12 2017

Very helpful, went through exam technique and did 25 mark answer examples

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Zoe (Parent)

October 17 2017

Very helpful, explains topics in a detailed way that is easy to understand and breaks down complex topics in to a simple form

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Zoe (Parent)

August 12 2017

Very helpful, helped me understand features I found confusing.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
FrenchA-level (A2)A*
EconomicsA-level (A2)A*
MathsA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
EconomicsA Level£36 /hr
FrenchA Level£36 /hr
FrenchGCSE£36 /hr
MathsGCSE£36 /hr
SpanishGCSE£36 /hr

Questions Gina has answered

How do I solve a quadratic equation by completing the square?

The first step is to make sure that the coefficient of x^2 is 1 by dividing all terms by a (where a equals the coefficient of x^2). Then we must write the quadratic equation as a square plus another term. To do this, half the x coefficient to get b, and write out (x + b)^2 minus b^2. Move all constants (terms that do not involve x) to the other side of the equals sign and then square root both sides. Finally, isolate x to solve the equation.

The first step is to make sure that the coefficient of x^2 is 1 by dividing all terms by a (where a equals the coefficient of x^2). Then we must write the quadratic equation as a square plus another term. To do this, half the x coefficient to get b, and write out (x + b)^2 minus b^2. Move all constants (terms that do not involve x) to the other side of the equals sign and then square root both sides. Finally, isolate x to solve the equation.

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