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Computer science university teaching assistant. Taught 200+ students so far ๐ŸŽ“

Fares Alaboud's hourly rateยฃ22per hour
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About

I'm a computer science graduate, currently in my third year completing a PhD in Artificial Intelligence. I'm a teaching assistant at King's College London, and have taught over 200+ students in classrooms and around 20 students privately. I've worked in several companies of all sizes as a software engineer and a UX/UI designer. I can help you with learning how to code, programming practices, and designing software. I can also make sure you have the most important skills you need to get into university to study computer science, maths or science subjects; as well as make sure you have the skills necessary to get work experience in early years so that by the time you graduate you'll be ready to get your dream job.

Education

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King's College London

PhD Artificial Intelligence - n/a

2016 - Now

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King's College London

BSc (Hons) Computer Science - First Class Honours

2013 - 2016

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ASKED BY HANNIA

MATHS ๐Ÿ’ฏ

List all factors of 16?

Factors are usually whole numbers (positive and negative) that, when multiplied by another factor, will give you the number in question. The obvious...

ASKED BY MERIEM

APPLYING FOR UNIVERSITY โœ๏ธ๐Ÿฝ

What course in university should I do? Iโ€™m thinking about finance and business sector but could I receive some sort of help on how to decide? ( I like the idea of business management, maths, finance, accounting)?

Hi Meriem, I would recommend looking at the universities you'd like to apply to and reading more about their courses. Each course will have a descri...

ASKED BY SELINA

COMPUTER SCIENCE ๐Ÿ–ฅ

What is a stack overflow?

Although this question is marked as general, I assume you mean this question in the context of computer programming. A stack, in this context, is th...

ASKED BY LEXI

GENERAL ๐Ÿ›

Three people win a prize of $x, if it is divided so that the first person gets half as much money as second person and the third person gets three times as much as the second person, how much will each receive?

The prize is $ x. The first person (Alex) gets half of what the second person (Beatrice) gets. Let's assume Alex gets $ P. Beatrice gets double what...

ASKED BY DUAA

COMPUTER SCIENCE ๐Ÿ–ฅ

What is the features of the brush tool in photoshop?

The Brush tool is one of the main basic drawing tool. It works like a traditional brush, and you can apply the color using strokes. You can also dow...

ASKED BY RICHARD

COMPUTER SCIENCE ๐Ÿ–ฅ

Which is more environmentally friendly: LCDs or plasma tvs?

It's very difficult to measure environmental friendliness as that could cover a range of criteria. For example LCDs contain a bit of mercury, and th...

ASKED BY SUHA

APPLYING FOR UNIVERSITY โœ๏ธ๐Ÿฝ

How do you apply to university through UCAS independently?

If you go on ucas.com/undergraduate you'll find lots of helpful guides and tutorials on how to apply to university yourself! If you need help, just ...

ASKED BY MELODY

GENERAL ๐Ÿ›

How do you multiply 2 digit numbers by hand?

Let's say you want to multiply 32 by 44. First, split each of them into their tens and ones. So, 32 becomes 30 (A) and 2 (B). 44 becomes 40 (C) and ...

ASKED BY ALISHA

GENERAL ๐Ÿ›

What is 2+2?

Definitely 4! ๐Ÿ†

ASKED BY HAMDA

GENERAL ๐Ÿ›

4+8x+4(2x+1)?

Let's first expand the brackets. 4 + 8x + 4(2x+1) Multiply the four by everything inside the brackets 4 + 8x + (8x + 4) Let's get rid of the bracket...

ASKED BY HASOOR

COMPUTER SCIENCE ๐Ÿ–ฅ

What work experience can you get in computer science in year 12-13?

I'll be very honest here: usually not much, but it really depends on your experience. The most and best you can get is a part time role, as you are ...

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