Currently unavailable: for new students
Degree: Engineering Science (Masters) - Oxford, Keble College University
I am currently unavailable for new students wanting a regular weekly session however if you would like less frequent sessions or one-off help please feel free to get in touch and I may be able to help.
Alongside my university studies I have received a number of national scholarships and take my role as an ambassador for STEM subjects very seriously. I am a volunteer for a number of organisations which aim to help disadvantaged students reach university and have tutored a number of students to success in their exams so I have a lot of experience of working with young people and helping them to reach their potential. I am happy to help as a subject specific tutor for GCSE or A-Level, or help students through the sometimes daunting university application process.
Sessions are always student-led.
Usually I send out a checklist in advance of the tutorial (which is tailored to the students exam board), once returned this allows me to plan tutorials which reflect the student's level of understanding. I will then create a set of notes, including suggested exam questions, which the student can add to during the tutorial, or use as a memory-aid following the tutorial.
I have received lots of positive feedback about this approach.
I can also help students through questions or tasks which they bring, and the best tutorials involve this collaborative input.
The pace of sessions is determined by the student, and I am happy to go through any topic with a number of different approaches until we find one which the student finds helpful.
My Exam Results:
I completed 4 A-Levels (plus General Studies) receiving A*s in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I also achieved an A in Further Maths and General Studies. Alongside my A-Levels I completed an Extended Project Qualification about 'pico-hydro' power systems.
I studied for 12 GCSEs, achieving an A* grade in all, these are:
Maths, Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Language, English Literature, Spanish, History, Geography, Religious Studies and Citizenship.
I also studied for a 'Free-Standing Maths Qualification' and received the top grade.
|Extended Project Qualification||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Further Mathematics||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Physics||A Level||£30 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£30 /hr|
|.PAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£30 /hr|
|Oxford Physics Aptitude Test||Uni Admissions Test||-|
|Extended Project Qualification: Engineering||A-Level||A*|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
Please get in touch for more detailed availability
Ash (Parent) October 13 2016
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Maxim (Student) August 24 2016
Maxim (Student) August 19 2016
A complex number has the form a+bi. We call a the 'real' bit (ie. the bit on a regular number line) and b is the 'imaginary' bit.
To add or subtract complex numbers you just add the real bits of both together and the imaginary bits of both together. (You CAN'T add a real part to an imaginary part).
For example: what is (3+2i) + (5+4i)?
Real bits: 3+5=8
Imaginary bits: 2i+4i=6i
So the answer is 8+6i