# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

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## Hi, I'm George

I am a Maths teacher with several years of tutoring experience. I am a PPE graduate from York University and have experience teaching both KS3 and GCSE, having completed the Teach First Programme. I am 24 and have already helped many students achieve their desired grades at GCSE and IGCSE. I have experience teaching the new 1-9 GCSE and have a wealth of physical and online resources at my disposal. I am approachable, relate to students and my aim is to make Maths enjoyable whilst allowing students to achieve what they`re capable of. Testimonial `We`d like to thank you George, our daughter loved working with you and ended up with a B, a big improvement from her predicted D.`

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#### University of York

Politics, Philosophy and Economics - 2:1 (2013 - 2016)

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Helpful advice and guidance on how to tackle the Maths GCSE.

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A compiled list of useful websites for maths activities, revision, practice questions and video explanations.

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A pre and post unit test on solving equations and inequalities. These are to be taken by pupils before and after teaching the un...

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Several sets of Revision cards on key GCSE maths formula or concepts. Themed as 'quick maths' as made famous by the infamous Big...

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Resource for a LA following the Access to Foundation Course on finding factors of numbers. Following I do, We do, You do format....

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Resource for a LA following the Access to Foundation Course on ordering numbers including negative numbers. Several examples and...

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A lesson on calculating the upper and lower bounds of numbers and measures.

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Calculating compound interest. A lesson with examples, explanations and practice questions.

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Volume of Prisms lesson. Including examples, card sort, plenary and several examples.

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Solving simultaneous equations. A lesson with instructions and examples.

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Congruent triangles quiz and recap lesson. Introduction to similarity.

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Lesson used with a LA group. Rounding to the nearest 10 using a number line.

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A follow on lesson from finding upper and lower bounds, going through examples of how they are used and typical exam questions

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A selection of revision questions for a Year 10 (Foundation) mid-term Maths test. Answers below each question to go through with...

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A lesson on finding the equations of a line and drawing a line given it in the form y = mx + c.

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Resource for a LA group following the Access to Foundation Course on what fractions are, how they are used and going on to look ...

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A lesson looking at what determines the size of an angle and estimating angles.

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A powerpoint outling common mistakes made on the GCSE paper and also tips on how to best approach the paper and certain styles ...

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

45% There are a couple of ways to work this out, but the easiest is probably to make your denominator 100. So, 20 x 5 = 100. Now do the same to your...Learn more

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

I think you maybe missing something from your question? 2x - 3....? Since we are only looking for one integer as the answer perhaps it was 2x - 3 < ...Learn more

Asked by Alice

Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

Sin (a) = opposite/hypotenuse SOH CAH TOA can help you to remember this, give it a google! However if you mean the sine rule, itβs: a/sin(A) =...Learn more

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

Factors are numbers you can multiply together to get another number. For example: The factors of 16 are: 1 x 16 2 x 8 4 x 4 So 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

All you need to do is multiply by 100! A quick way to do this is move your decimal point two places to the right.

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

A parallelogram is a 4 sided shape with 2 pairs of parallel lines and two pairs of equal angles. Sort of like a squashed rectangle!

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

Adjacent means βnext toβ, so in a shape an adjacent sides would be two sides that are next to each other.

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Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

0.7 x 6 = 4.2m

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General π# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

2x - 9 We first multiply our number βxβ by 2 and then subtract 9 from whatever this answer is.

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

Itβs 7. The mode is the number that appears the most in a list.

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Maths π―# George Hobson

Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!

(^ means βto the power ofβ) For example: x^2 + 6x - 10 We halve the number before the x and put it into a bracket with the x and square the brack...Learn more