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Celeste Cohen

Fun and Friendly Tutor - Maths & Economics

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Hello, I’m Celeste, a 22 year old graduate from Brunel University (First Class Hons BSc International Business). I’ve been tutoring for the past four years and taught over 100 students. I teach Maths (11+, GCSE and A Level); Economics (GCSE, A Level and Undergraduate) and Business Studies (GCSE, A Level, Undergraduate). I keep my lessons relatable and engaging, to keep my students interested, with a strong focus on exam technique to get the best results possible.

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Brunel University London

BSc International Business - 1st (2014 - 2017)

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Asked by Max

English 🇬🇧
Is a capital letter or a small letter used after a semicolon?
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Fun and Friendly Tutor - Maths & Economics

A small letter unless the next word is a proper noun.

Asked by Malcolm

Economics 📈
What is sharpe ratio?
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Sharpe Ratio = (mean portfolio return - risk free rate)/ standard deviation of portfolio return The Sharpe ratio examines the performance of an inv...Learn more

Asked by Darius

University 🎓
Good Afternoon! I just missed my Firm & Insurance and also clearing due to me being away on holiday. I also changed my mind about my degree which means that I would have to do 2 new Alevels in one year. What would be the best course of action? Thanks?
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Call a selection of unis that you’d like to go to next year and talk to admissions and the course departments that you’re interested in. They will g...Learn more