Cassandra Cristiana I. GCSE Maths tutor, GCSE French tutor, IB Econom...

Cassandra Cristiana I.

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Degree: Economics (Bachelors) - Warwick University

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Education:

- BSc. Economics, The University of Warwick: first-class honours (predicted)

- American International School of Bucharest (AISB): Valedictorian; IB Learner Profile Award in grades 9, 10, 11, 12

The International Baccalaureate (IB): 43/45 - HL: Mathematics (7), Economics (7), Physics (6), English Literature (6); SL: History (7), French B (7)
 
Extra-Curricular Activities
 
- Volunteer French Tutor for Warwick Volunteers: Language Tutors: Assisting two secondary school French teachers at Cardinal Newman School weekly in order to enhance students` academic experience during the French class. Helping students improve their pronunciation and understand the mistakes they are making in their writing, explaining different oral exercises to them, observing their academic performance, and suggesting areas that teachers need to enforce and further address. Honed my interpersonal skills.
 
- Representative of first-year Economics students in the Student-Staff Liaison CommitteeExperiencing formal meetings, communicating with students and staff, identifying problems, seeking solutions.
 
- Active Debater in the Warwick Debating SocietyImproving my ability to speak impromptu, to cooperate with a partner during time-constrained situations, and to quickly generate and organise my ideas.
 
French Advanced 2 Lifelong Language Learning Course at The University of Warwick: Enriched my vocabulary by reading literary works, increased my knowledge of French culture, developed my fluency.

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
French GCSE £18 /hr
French GCSE £18 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Economics IB £20 /hr
Maths IB £20 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
IB Mathematics Higher LevelBaccalaureate7
IB Economics Higher LevelBaccalaureate7
IB Physics Higher LevelBaccalaureate6
IB English A Higher LevelBaccalaureate6
IB History Standard LevelBaccalaureate7
IB French B Standard LevelBaccalaureate7
IB Tok and Extended EssayBaccalaureate3
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

27/11/2014

Currently unavailable: for regular students

Ratings and reviews

5from 1 customer review

Olivia (Student) March 25 2015

Very helpful and learnt a lot in one session.

Questions Cassandra Cristiana has answered

Difference between horizontal and vertical translations of graphs

f(x), k>0 a. vertical translation y=f(x) + k : graph shifts k units up y=f(x) - k : graph shifts k units down b. horizontal translation y=f(x - k) : graph shifts k units right y= f(x+k) : graph shifts k units left    

f(x), k>0

a. vertical translation

y=f(x) + k : graph shifts k units up

y=f(x) - k : graph shifts k units down

b. horizontal translation

y=f(x - k) : graph shifts k units right

y= f(x+k) : graph shifts k units left

 

 

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2 years ago

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Leur or leurs?

-"Leur" is used when the possesed object/person is singular, but the posessor is plural. example 1: Leur amie est belle. "Their friend is beautiful"                        (possesed=friend, singular; possesor=they, plural) -"Leurs" is used when both the possesed object/person and the posessor...

-"Leur" is used when the possesed object/person is singular, but the posessor is plural.

example 1: Leur amie est belle. "Their friend is beautiful"                        (possesed=friend, singular; possesor=they, plural)

-"Leurs" is used when both the possesed object/person and the posessor are plural.

example 2: Leurs amies sont belles. "Their friends are beautiful"

(possesed=friends, plural; posessor=they, plural)

 

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2 years ago

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What is the difference between a COD and a COI?

COD is complement d` object direct, while COI is complement d`object indirect. COD: -it is the word that responds to the questions: qui (who) and quoi (what) -example 1: J` ai mis le livre sur la table.                     "Qu`est-ce que j` ai mis?" "Le livre".                      "Le livr...

COD is complement d` object direct, while COI is complement d`object indirect.

COD:

-it is the word that responds to the questions: qui (who) and quoi (what)

-example 1: J` ai mis le livre sur la table.

                    "Qu`est-ce que j` ai mis?" "Le livre".

                     "Le livre" is thus a COD. 

-example 2: Pierre aime Anne. 

                   "Pierre aime qui?" "Anne".

                   "Anne" is thus a COD.

COI: 

-It is the word that responds to the question: a qui, a quoi, de qui, de quois

-example 3: Je lui telephone.

                   "A qui je telephone?" "A lui."

                  " A lui"  is thus a COI.

Les pronons personnels COD:

me/te/le/la/nous/vous/les/les

Les pronons personnels COI:

me/te/lui/lui/nous/vous/leur/leur

 

 

 

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2 years ago

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