# Faith Lee

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## Hi, I'm Faith

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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#### University College London (UCL)

Medicine (2018 - now)

#### Cheltenham Ladies College

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

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Asked by Kanchan

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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

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General π# Faith Lee

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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

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General π# Faith Lee

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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

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Maths π―# Faith Lee

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It would be 2x=12 So x=6

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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

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The equations will be provided in the data booklet, so you donβt need to specifically remember them. However, if you want to increase your speed and...Learn more

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Maths π―# Faith Lee

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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

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Maths π―# Faith Lee

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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

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General π# Faith Lee

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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

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Maths π―# Faith Lee

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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.

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Condensation is the conversion of a gas to liquid state.

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Maths π―# Faith Lee

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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

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They would divide by mitosis. Examples include budding, hydras, vegetative propagation and strawberries.

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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