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Physics, Maths, and Astronomy, after studying these subjects in-depth for 7 years while having my own tutor, I am very keen to be in a position to help others through it. I struggled with Maths a lot, and so I can relate to your mindset and questions. I have just graduated so all the relevant stuff you need to learn is fresh in my head.
No such thing as a stupid question, and no such thing as taking it too slow, everyone learns at different speeds, never rush that. Learning is a very difficult but beautiful thing and it should be enjoyed. I am very down-to-earth, young, youthful, and very friendly.
When I was being tutored I learned the best tutors let you get there by yourself while they guide with a light hand. I can see when a student is confused, and so recently being in that position I know exactly what they're stuck on. Love being able to be on the other side to help others out as I was helped.
I left school and joined the Royal Navy straight away, after spending years working as an engineer on board I decided I wanted more of a challenge and hence left to gain my degree in physics. Being a mature student it was much harder for me than students straight out of school, the only way I got through was with tutors helping me through the maths and physics and hence here I am wanting to do the same for someone else.
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Ooo this is a good one, for the purpose of understanding to pass exams assignments, etc: It is just ...
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Asked in GCSE Physics - Contact and Non-contact forces by Ms. Eleanore Connelly
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