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Harleen Hothi

Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Exeter

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Hi, I'm Harleen

I am an articulate, hardworking and motivated individual. I am also calm, organised and love learning new skills. I welcome feedback as I believe it facilitates my self-awareness and growth. I love Mathematics, History and English Literature and have a clear passion for teaching these subjects, however I can also offer tuition in Science. I am a sensible, dependable and flexible teacher who can tutor gifted and at-risk of failing students. You can rely on me to support students to achieve their best and master their subject.

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The University of Exeter

Politics, Philosophy and Economics BA - 2:1 (2017 - now)

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Asked by Cristina

Maths 💯
Find each product (X-Y)^4?
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Harleen Hothi

Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Exeter

Use binomial expansion (equation A): (X+y)^4 = x^4 +4(x^3)y+6(x^2)(y^2)+4x(y^3)+y^4 Therefore for solving (X-Y)^4: Replace y in equation A with (-...Learn more

Asked by Minnie

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I want to apply for Oxbridge to do biology or maybe biochemistry. What is the application and interview process like for a science and how can you stand out in order to get a place?
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Harleen Hothi

Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Exeter

You send your personal statement before October 15 through ucas to be considered for a place in the following year. You then sit an entrance exam ap...Learn more

Asked by Caitlin Grace

Maths 💯
How do you solve the simultaneous equations xsquared + ysquared =9 and x+y=2?
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Harleen Hothi

Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Exeter

X^2+y^2=9 Equation A X+y=2 Equation B Make y subject of Equation B Y=2-x Therefore y^2=(2-x)^2 Substitute y^2 for (2-x)^2 in Equation A Therefor...Learn more