Hassan U.

Hassan U.

£30 - £32 /hr

Medicine (Bachelors) - Liverpool University

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About me

Hi my name is Hassan and I'm going to tell you a little bit about myself. I am currently in my third year of medical school which I love. I went to university straight from doing my A-Levels and I think that I have a really good grasp of teaching. Like I said I only finished school a few years ago and I really understand what an A-Level/GCSE student is feeling.I am a great teacher in exam technique and my biggest attribute is the ability to tailor my teaching to the individual. I think this is very important as it brings the best out in the student. I love science and it is one of the reasons why I'm now training to be a doctor and my knowledge base is good in the sciences. I also teach economics and history two subjects that I studied during my time at A-level. I really love the theory behind both and in my spare time at university I still learn new ideas in both areas as they of interest to me. My teaching style is that I am very approachable and friendly and am willing to put in hard work to help my students. 

Hi my name is Hassan and I'm going to tell you a little bit about myself. I am currently in my third year of medical school which I love. I went to university straight from doing my A-Levels and I think that I have a really good grasp of teaching. Like I said I only finished school a few years ago and I really understand what an A-Level/GCSE student is feeling.I am a great teacher in exam technique and my biggest attribute is the ability to tailor my teaching to the individual. I think this is very important as it brings the best out in the student. I love science and it is one of the reasons why I'm now training to be a doctor and my knowledge base is good in the sciences. I also teach economics and history two subjects that I studied during my time at A-level. I really love the theory behind both and in my spare time at university I still learn new ideas in both areas as they of interest to me. My teaching style is that I am very approachable and friendly and am willing to put in hard work to help my students. 

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About my sessions

So in my first session with my students I will get an idea of what they are like and how they learn best. I will then also identify their weak points and for further sessions I will prepare material. The structure of my sessions will be different each time but I ca give an outline of one below.

It will start of with three or four taster questions which will reflect the content of the session. Afterwards there will be a large chunk of time going through an idea/concept with the student and ensuring they understand it fully. At the end there will be a few questions similar to the starter questions to see whether the student has solidified their knowledge. I will also set a bit of homework to further the students knowledge.

After every five sessions there will be a recap quiz which I will use as a progress tool. In the same session I will address any concerns expressed by the student.

I think it is really important to interact well with the student and to build a good rapport.

So in my first session with my students I will get an idea of what they are like and how they learn best. I will then also identify their weak points and for further sessions I will prepare material. The structure of my sessions will be different each time but I ca give an outline of one below.

It will start of with three or four taster questions which will reflect the content of the session. Afterwards there will be a large chunk of time going through an idea/concept with the student and ensuring they understand it fully. At the end there will be a few questions similar to the starter questions to see whether the student has solidified their knowledge. I will also set a bit of homework to further the students knowledge.

After every five sessions there will be a recap quiz which I will use as a progress tool. In the same session I will address any concerns expressed by the student.

I think it is really important to interact well with the student and to build a good rapport.

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Dawood Student Lesson review 2 Dec, 20:00

2 Dec

Awesome!

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Mahenaz Parent from Uxbridge Lesson review 10 Nov, 11:00

10 Nov

Hassan is an absolute pro at tutoring my son for his GCSEs. He works so well, in tune with sheer commitment and patience. He is thorough, intuitive and very focused. Hassan offers structure and a clear target to progress. 100% recommend Hassan.

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Dawood Student Lesson review 27 Oct, 20:00

27 Oct

Nice!

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Dawood Student Lesson review 6 Oct, 22:15

6 Oct

Great!

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
HistoryA-level (A2)A
BiologyA-level (A2)A
ChemistryA-level (A2)A
EconomicsA-level (A2)A*

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyA Level£30 /hr
ChemistryA Level£30 /hr
BiologyGCSE£30 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£30 /hr
EconomicsGCSE£30 /hr
HistoryGCSE£30 /hr
Medical School PreparationMentoring£30 /hr
UKCATUniversity£32 /hr

Questions Hassan has answered

Describe what is economies of scale?

So economies of scale is an economic theory which explains why large firms tend to have cheaper per unit costs than smaller companies. The theory basis its ideas around a few key issues. There are many ways to achieve economies of scale.  The definition is when unit costs fall as output rises. Below are a few examples how companies can achieve economies of scale. Technical economies of scale is when  Large-scale businesses can afford to invest in expensive and specialist capital machinery. This will increade output without increasing unit costs as much hence in the long run achieving economies of scale. So economies of scale is an economic theory which explains why large firms tend to have cheaper per unit costs than smaller companies. The theory basis its ideas around a few key issues. There are many ways to achieve economies of scale.  The definition is when unit costs fall as output rises. Below are a few examples how companies can achieve economies of scale. Technical economies of scale is when  Large-scale businesses can afford to invest in expensive and specialist capital machinery. This will increade output without increasing unit costs as much hence in the long run achieving economies of scale.

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12 months ago

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What is ionic bonding?

Positive and negative ions attract one another and bind together forming a new substance. This is called ionic bonding. It is usually between a positive metal ion which is going to donate ions to a negative ion which will receive those donated electrons. In doing so, it creates a bond between the two ions. This can be easily shown via a dot and cross diagram. Due to its unique bonding ionic compounds posses special properties. They have a high melting point due to the strength of the ionic bonds. Ionic compounds can also conduct electricity but only as a liquid as the ions are free to carry the charge. Positive and negative ions attract one another and bind together forming a new substance. This is called ionic bonding. It is usually between a positive metal ion which is going to donate ions to a negative ion which will receive those donated electrons. In doing so, it creates a bond between the two ions. This can be easily shown via a dot and cross diagram. Due to its unique bonding ionic compounds posses special properties. They have a high melting point due to the strength of the ionic bonds. Ionic compounds can also conduct electricity but only as a liquid as the ions are free to carry the charge.

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12 months ago

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