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I have graduated from high school in the UK and am currently studying Medicine at UCL. I am very interested in science subjects, and have taken them in A levels, receiving 3A*s. I would therefore like to share my ways of studying as well as exam techniques. I am a curious and enthusiastic individual who is particularly interested in Chemistry. I have been involved in Chemical Analytical Challenges and Symposiums. At school, I have also given biology presentations, including topics of epilepsy and effects of chocolate on the brain. I enjoy learning about the human system as it allows me to understand fully on how our body responds to different situations. I also had the experience of teaching Mathematics, alongside sciences. I have achieved A* within a year in A level maths, with UMS 581/600. I relish the logical thinking in Maths and have tutored several students, giving them advice o...Learn more

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Medicine (2018 - now)

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Cheltenham Ladies College

A levels - A*A*A* (Biology, Chemisty, Maths) (2016 - 2018)

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Asked by Kanchan

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How do u find a code in verbal reasoning?
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In verbal reasoning, try to look at the question first. Find key words in the question and use it to search for your answer in the passage. Always r...Learn more

Asked by Ivanna

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As well as calcium carbonate. Hydrochloric acid will remove calcium carbonate by dissolving it. Describe what you think would happen to bone if it were treated with hydrochloric acid for 24 hours?
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The bone is made of several minerals, eg potassium, vitamins, and mostly calcium. When soaked in acid, the calcium will react with HCl and this mak...Learn more

Asked by Yera

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Hi everyone , my current score from ielts overall 5.5 and i need 7.0 , how can I improve in 2 month ? Can you give some advice or technics? Thanks?
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I would suggest you use an IELTS textbook as it provides the CD for listening and answers for references. Practice reading passages using a timer ...Learn more

Asked by Freya

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What is 4x+2=2x+14?
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It would be 2x=12 So x=6

Asked by Tasnim

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What is the link between medical ethics and law?
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There are a lot of ways to interpret this. In short, medical ethics are principles that doctors or healthcare professionals should do what is right ...Learn more

Asked by Abbie

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How do I remember all of the physics equations?
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The equations will be provided in the data booklet, so you don’t need to specifically remember them. However, if you want to increase your speed and...Learn more

Asked by Nova

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The nth term of a sequence is 3n + 2 A) work out the first 3 terms in the sequence B) work out the 10th term in the sequenc?
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N represents the number of term A) for the 1st three terms, just substitute n with 1,2 and 3 1st term: 3(1) + 2 = 5 2nd term: 8 3rd term: 11 B)...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

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What are unbalanced equations and how do you balance them?
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Unbalanced equations usually appear in chemical equations - both sides have different number of chemical elements. Example Original equation: NaC...Learn more

Asked by Lily

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What can I do to get ahead for GCSEs? I’m really worried :?
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- identify the subjects that you are less confident in - make a study plan - prioritise the knowledge in the syllabus and make sure you know them - ...Learn more

Asked by Satyam

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What is computed?
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It means to calculate or determine an answer by the use of computer or mathematics. It requires a reasonable answer or a consistent manner.

Asked by Mia

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What is condensation?
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Condensation is the conversion of a gas to liquid state.

Asked by Harpreet

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Expressed as a product of its prime factors in index form, a number N is (N = 3 x 5^2 x x^3) Express 5N^2 as a product of its prime factors in index form. Give your answer in terms of ?
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Replace N in 5N^2 with N=3x5^2x x^3) = 5(3 x 5^2 x x^3)^2 Using Law of indices multiply the powers in the bracket = 5 x 3^2 x 5^4 x x^6 (after re...Learn more

Asked by Ellie

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Do the cells in an asexual reproduction divide by mitosis or meiosi?
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They would divide by mitosis. Examples include budding, hydras, vegetative propagation and strawberries.

Asked by Rachael

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What is (x+ ) ^3?
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Not quite sure what you are referring to, but I guess you are asking about the formula of (x+y)^3 = x^3 + 3x^2 β€’ y + 3x β€’ y^2 + y^3 (β€’ refers to mu...Learn more