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I achieved 8 GCSE’s at Grade 7-9 Biology - 9 Chemistry - 9 Physics - 9 English Language - 9 Mathematics - 8 History - 8 Business Studies - A* English Literature - 7 Email me: eastsussextutors @ gmaIl.com for enquiries/questions or send me a message! 😁

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A Levels - Currently Studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths (2018 - 2018)

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GCSE - 4 Grade Nines, 2 Grade Eights, 1 A* and 1 Grade Seven (2016 - 2018)

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OtherEDUQAS A/AS LEVEL BIOLOGY REVISION CHECKLIST

A list of all the topics to revise from first year topics from EDUQAS A Level Biology.

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NotesTypes Of Radiation (GCSE Physics)

A poster style revision resource on types of radiation.

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NotesInstrumental Analysis (GCSE Chemistry)

GCSE Chemistry Instrumental Analysis revision poster

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NotesLife Cycle Assessments (GCSE Chemistry)

GCSE Chemistry Life Cycle Assessments revision poster

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Homework activityGCSE Solving Equations

An activity on solving equations through rearranging for all levels.

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NotesReactivity Series (GCSE Chemistry)

GCSE Chemistry Reactivity Series revision poster

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NotesWar Photographer and Tissue Comparative Mind Map

A mind map comparing the structure, language, themes and context of War Photographer and Tissue.

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NotesOzymandias and London Comparative Mind Map

A mind map comparing the structure, language, themes and context of Ozymandias and London.

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NotesPolymerisation (GCSE Chemistry)

GCSE Chemistry Polymerisation Revision Poster

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Homework activityGCSE Standard Form

An Activity on Standard Form for all levels.

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NotesTissue and Emigree Comparative Mind Map

A mind map comparing the structure, language, themes and context of Emigree and Tissue.

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NotesUseful Alloys (GCSE Chemistry)

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Asked by Andy

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What tips do you have for doing well in maths GCSE, aiming for a 5. Detailed answer would be appreciated?
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For maths in particular learning methods is how to do well, I would recommend doing lots of practice questions and making sure you understand how to...Learn more

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What are nucleotides?
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Nucleotides are the β€œbuilding blocks of DNA”. They are made up of a base (Adenine, Cytosine, Guanine, Thymine) attached to a sugar phosphate group. ...Learn more

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How do you change a decimal into a percentage?
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Multiply by 100 0.86 x 100 = 86%

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Why are some ions known as polyatomic ions?
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The consist of multiple atoms. For example a monoatomic ion would be an ion that consists of one atom such as Fe2+, Na+ etc. A polyatomic ion could ...Learn more

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What is the quotient of 2/5 and 4/5?
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A quotient is just a fraction so adding 2/5 and 4/5 gives 6/5 or multiplying them forms 8/25 or dividing 2/5 by 4/5 gives 1/10

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How do you add fractions?
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First you need to make the denominator the same (the number in the bottom of the fraction). Once they have the same denominator you can add them tog...Learn more

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What is successive ionisation energy?
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Successive ionisation energies are ionisation energies one after the other so for example 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th successive ionisation energies.

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How do you complete the square?
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This is a harder topic so it might be best to book a session with a tutor even just half an hour and you should be able to really get the hang of it...Learn more

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I’m kind of stuck with what to write for this 12 mark question: β€˜Which of the following was the most important reason why Hitler was able to become Fuhrer by August 1934; the Reichstag fire or The Night of the Long Knifes?’?
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1st Paragraph: introduction summarising all your points, what was the Reichstag Fire if you can remember the date that’s a bonus, the same for the n...Learn more

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What is a helpful way to revise?
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There are so many ways to revise and really everyone revises differently so it’s best to explore lots of techniques and see which ones work for you....Learn more

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What is the Pythagorean Therum?
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aΒ² + bΒ² = cΒ² where a and b are the two shortest sides of a right angled triangle and c is the length of the hypotenuse, you might want to look up a ...Learn more

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How can there be 64 codon combinations but only 20 possible amino acids?
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The amino acids in a colon can be in multiple different orders, even those there’s twenty amino acids they can be rearranged and different amino aci...Learn more

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Compare decomposition reactions with combustion reactions?
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In decomposition reactions a single reactant is broken down into two or more products, there are all sorts of decomposition reactions such as therma...Learn more

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I am doing a math q. on derivatives and I need to know what happens when the power beside 2x is 1, do I just leave it or does it change the x to something else?
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If you have 2x to the power of one then when you differentiate the power goes down one. 2x to the power of 0 is just 2 so the x disappears

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What is the relative formula mass of: NaBr, CO2, H2S, BaSO4, Cu(NO3)2, FeCL3?
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NaBr: 23 + 79.9 = 102.9 CO2: 12 + 16 + 16 = 44 H2S: 1 + 1 + 32.1 = 34.1 BaSO4: 137.3 + 32.1 + 16 + 16 + 16 + 16 = 233.4 Cu(NO3)2: 63.5 + 14 + 16 + 1...Learn more

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In the word "musical", what do you call the letters "al"?
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I believe β€œal” is called a suffix

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General πŸ›
Expand & simplify3(f+3)+2(f+6)?
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Expand: multiply everything in the first bracket by 3 and everything in the second bracket by 2 3f+9+2f+12 Simplify: Collect like terms so that it...Learn more

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General πŸ›
Are the animals used in dissections, (piglets, cats, frogs, etc) dead before the dissection or are they killed?
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It depends but usually they are killed I believe. To look at an animal properly you want one that is healthy, if something has died if natural cause...Learn more

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Does the hepatic portal system provide the liver with oxygenated blood?
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Yes, oxygenated blood and the liver removes certain substances from the blood like glucose when it is converted to glycogen or when blood sugar is l...Learn more

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This question is related to World War II. Can I get some help please? Thanks~!?
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Hi Sarah, what was your question on WWII?

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How do u show -2<x<1 on a graph when doing a question on regions of inequalities?
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Draw a straight line at -2 up the y axis and a straight line at 1 up the y axis. Shade the area between the two lines and this region on the graph i...Learn more

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How can I improve my grades in English Literature?
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Learn the books and quotes from the books inside out by re reading them, making revision flash cards, making posters or whatever else you find helps...Learn more

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If you were comparing a saturated fatty acid with an unsaturated fatty acid and both were the same length, how could you discriminate between the two?
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Unsaturated fatty acids contain carbon double bonds which gives them a bent or non-linear shape whereas saturated fatty acids are straight hydrocarb...Learn more

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How do you work out dividing sums ??
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Hi Stephanie, it might be best to book in with a tutor to explain this and go through a few questions. Let me know if you need a hand!

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Please can someone explain to me what linear equations are please x?
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Quadratic equitation?
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-b+-sqrt(b^2-4ac) all divided by 2a. If this doesn’t make sense send me a message - it’s really difficult to write it out on a phone and so it might...Learn more

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Biology 🌱
Which structure controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell?
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The plasma membrane/ cell membrane

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Biology 🌱
Is it true that the arteries always carry oxygenated blood and the veins always carry deoxygenated blood?
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Not necessarily, most arteries do carry oxygenated blood but for example the pulmonary artery which takes blood from the heart to the lungs carries ...Learn more

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What are lipids?
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Biological molecules made up of a glycerol head ester bonded to fatty acids which are long hydrocarbon chains. There are all sort of different types...Learn more

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Applying for University ✍️
I am trying to get into investment banking/brokering after A-levels. I am planning to do a finance Bsc will I still be able to do a MBA afterwards even though I haven't taken business before?
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I’m not an investment banker or anything like that but; if you start to learn some things about business, finance and brokering through the internet...Learn more

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Biology 🌱
What happens to all the carbon and oxygen atoms in glucose during aerobic respiration?
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They become carbon dioxide and water. C₆H₁₂O₆ + 6Oβ‚‚ β€”> 6Hβ‚‚O + 6COβ‚‚

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Biology 🌱
What is the difference between triglycerides and phospholipids?
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There are two main differences. β€’ Phospholipids have a phosphate (PO4) group attached to the glycerol head in place of one phospholipid. Triglycerid...Learn more

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How does the amount of biomass at the fourth trophic level compare to the amount of biomass at the third troph?
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The biomass in trophic level 4 is less that the amount of biomass in trophic level 3 as biomass is lost between trophic levels (if you want more det...Learn more

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What are different ends to a star's life?
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A star can end as a black dwarf it is a low mass star or a neutron star if it is a high mass star. Really big stars can become black holes t the end...Learn more

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How do you write a calculation as a single power eg 32 x 16?
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2^5=32 2^4=16 Multiplying these together means the powers add so you could write it as 2^9

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Chemistry βš›οΈ
The primary structure of a protein is formed by what?
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Peptide bonds between amino acids. Primary structures are created in the ribosomes.

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Biology 🌱
What is Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) and what is its role?
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It is a sub cellular organelle that is attached in part to the nucleus. It has two parts: the smooth endoplasmic reticulum and the rough endoplasmic...Learn more

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What are the three main types of vessels in the circulatory system?
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Arteries, Veins and Capillaries

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What is the muscle of the buttocks called?
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Gluteals. Gluteus Maximus, Gluteus Medius and Gluteus Minimus

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Why does light refract when it passes through two different mediums having different densities?
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The light beam slows down when it enters a more dense medium and speeds up when it enters a less dense medium. This means that when the light enters...Learn more

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What is the average distance food travels through the body (from mouth to anus)?
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On average 9m/30ft from oesophagus to anus

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Geography πŸ—Ί
What is the relationship between carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere and global warming?
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Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas which forms a sort of insulative layer around the earth. It causes short wavelength radiation from the sun to get...Learn more

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What do scientists learn about fossils by using carbon-14?
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Carbon-14 is a radioactive isotope of carbon which is unstable. Over time it decays or breaks down into more stable isotopes of carbon. Scientists k...Learn more

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Geography πŸ—Ί
Why are fossil fuels harmful for the environment?
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The main two issues with fossil fuels (although there are many) are: They produce carbon particulates when they undergo incomplete combustion which...Learn more

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Geography πŸ—Ί
What might replace fossil fuels in the future?
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Hydrogen fuel cells (in cars), solar power, wind power, geothermal power, hydroelectric power, wave generated power etc.

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How does natural selection work?
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Stronger animals survive whilst weaker animals die. The strongest animals of a species with the best adaptations and the most suitable characteristi...Learn more

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How can blood clots kill you?
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They restrict blood flow by blocking a vein or artery and therefore can cause cells/tissues/organs to be starved of oxygen, glucose and other import...Learn more

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Are the bronchi, alveoli, and pharynx all found in the lungs? If not, which is not?
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Bronchi and Alveoli are both parts of the lungs but the pharynx is more a component of the throat

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What are fused together during fertilization?
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Gametes or sex cells fuse together.

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Can you use a colon before a list of questions? For example, "A few questions that may come up are: how can. . ." Is that correct? Should the first question be capitalized (after the colon)?
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Yes you can and no you don’t have to capitalise the question as a colon connects two sentences, because it’s not a new sentence you don’t need to us...Learn more

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What is happening when cells start to swell up with water?
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The cell becomes more turgid as the vacuole fills with water. The cell membrane is pressing out in to the cell wall exerting a pressure and the cell...Learn more

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English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Can someone please Proof Read my Writing? (Grammar, Conjunctions, how to improve some sentences, etc..) Thanks?
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Absolutely! If you send me a message we can talk a little bit more about this. Send me a message as soon as you can

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Maths πŸ’―
David drove a distance (d) of 187km, correct to 3 significant figures. the petrol consmpution (c) of a car, in km per litre, is given by the formula C=D/P. By considering bounds, work out the value of (c) for David's journey to a suitable degree of accuracy. You must show all your working and give a reason for your final answer. Help please!?
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What is p representing in this formula? If you aren’t told then it would be an impossible calculation as you only have 1 numerical value and you nee...Learn more

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What is 2+2?
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two + two = four

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What is the area of a sphere?
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Four thirds x pi x radius cubed is the volume of a sphere and 4 x pi x radius squared is the formula for the area of a sphere

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64.32 by 0.12?
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64.32 / 0.12 = 536

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How do you divide decimals?
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If your doing it without a calculator the easiest way is to remove the decimals by multiply by 10,100,1000 etc. For example. 6.13 divides by 3.68 is...Learn more

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Which represents an ecosystem better: A food chain or food web? Why?
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Food web as it shows all the feeding relationships between animals not. This shows the links between all animals in an ecosystem rather than just so...Learn more

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Hi, I have received several receipts for payments made to scoodle but only one lesson actually took place yesterday on sept 6th? Pls can you refund all the money which has incorrectly been charged to mashiullah Hafezjee’s card?
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You’ve put this up as a public question which all tutors can see. You should probably email the Scoodle customer services or help email address rath...Learn more

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What is the significance of myelin on neurons?
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The myelin sheath insulates the neurone much like the plastic covering of a wire. It makes sure the electrical impulse only travels along the axon a...Learn more

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Why do birth control pills contain hormones?
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Hormones cause an effect in the body and this can be stopping production of other hormones or a direct effect on a particular area of the body. For ...Learn more

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How do I find people to help me set up a business without someone stealing the idea?
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If your really serious about doing this depending on the idea you have you need to do a few things. First of all find people that will have a positi...Learn more

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How do plants use glucose?
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It is also turned into polymers such as cellulose that give the plant structure and support

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Biology 🌱
How do plants use glucose?
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They use glucose to respire

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How many types of joints are there in the human body?
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I could be wrong but I’m pretty sure there are 6.

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If a doctor specializes in otorhinolaryngology, what has he studied?
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An otorhinolaryngologist is the same as an ENT or Ear, Nose and Throat doctor. They have studied diseases and medical conditions of the ears, nose a...Learn more

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What does the lock and key hypothesis state?
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The lock is the enzyme and the key is the substrate. It’s an easy way of explaining that only one substrate can fit into an enzymes active site. Muc...Learn more

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Maths πŸ’―
My sister has currently finished her GCSE’S she has passed everything expect maths. I don’t understand how her brains works she’s a level 6 student but she has received level 1 in maths. She needs to retake them in college can someone please help her?
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I’d love to help, please send me a message whenever if your still looking for someone to help her along :)

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What were the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles?
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Think of it as LAMB: Land, Army, Money and Blame were the main 4 provisions set by the treaty of Versailles. Germany lost 13% of its land including ...Learn more

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What enzyme is required to make copies of DNA from RNA?
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Reverse transcriptase is the enzyme that makes or synthesises DNA from an RNA template.

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Study Skills πŸ“š
How do I stop procrastinating and get into a revision schedule? I want one that I can keep up with and not throw away after a week or so due to the amount of sheer work and stress I get from the schedule. Please help!?
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The best thing to do is to make a schedule you can stick to and incentivise yourself. For example half an hour a day and when you finish you watch a...Learn more

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English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the mass murder of an entire race of people referred to as?
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It is usually described as Genocide

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What is the definition of mitosis?
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Mitosis is cell division in somatic cells in which one diploid parent cell divides and becomes two identical diploid daughter cells. This means the ...Learn more

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Why is mRNA called messenger RNA?
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mRNA carries genetic information from the nucleus to the ribosomes. In the ribosomes the information carried by the mRNA is used to produce amino ac...Learn more

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Why are small quantities of chlorofluorocarbons so harmful to the ozone layer?
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CFC’s are so harmful to the ozone layer because they literally break ozone molecules (O3) apart. When UV light from the sun hits a CFC molecule a Ca...Learn more

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Study Skills πŸ“š
How many hours should you spend at using at using after all on a week daily basis as a yr 11?
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Your question isn’t so clear, do you mean how long should you spend revising each day in year 11?

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Maths πŸ’―
Ben bought a mobile phone and a computer.The selling price were 15% and 12% less than their marked prices respectively.He paid$10440for the two products.The overall discount of them was 13%.Find the marked prices of the two products?
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You might be better off going through this type of question with a tutor in a tutoring session. Only because it’s a long question with so many steps...Learn more

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What are nucleotides?
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A nucleotide is a base (A,C,G,T) joined to a sugar group and a phosphate group. Nucleotides join together and form long DNA strands. Essentially Nuc...Learn more

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Calculate the volume of co2 when a tank of petrol(32kg) undergoes complete combustion (1mole of gas occupies 24dm3)?
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Petrol is predominantly made up of octane (written as C8H18) so... The equation for the complete combustion of octane is: 2C8H18 + 25O2 β€”β€”-> 18H2...Learn more

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What are the three distinct types of blood vessels? Describe each in few sentences?
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Arteries - carry high pressure blood away from the heart. Have thick walls and a small lumen in relation to the thickness of their walls. Veins - c...Learn more

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Biology 🌱
What things can affect the function of an enzyme?
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β€’Temperature β€’pH β€’Substrate and Enzyme concentrations

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Science πŸ”¬
How do oceans absorb CO2?
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CO2 is a water soluble has. This means it dissolves in water, when it dissolves into the oceans it forms carbonic acid and lowers the pH of the ocea...Learn more

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Biology 🌱
Which chambers are the receiving chambers of the heart?
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The Atria Receive blood. The right atrium receives deoxygenated blood from the body through the vena cava. The left atrium receives oxygenated blood...Learn more

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Biology 🌱
What are four ways in which pathogens are transmitted?
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β€’Through the Air β€’Through Water β€’Through Direct Contact (touching someone or something that has the pathogen) β€’Through Vectors (animals that carry ...Learn more

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History πŸ•Œ
What is meant by the term "mutually assured destruction"?
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If something is mutual it means it is shared between two or more people. Mutually assured destruction means that to destroy the other person in what...Learn more

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Biology 🌱
Where does oxygen move from the respiratory system to the circulatory system?
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In the alveoli in the lungs. Oxygen moves through the walls of the alveoli into capillaries that cover its surface. At this point the oxygen has ent...Learn more

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English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
If you claim something is futile, what are you suggesting?
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That it is pointless or will get you nowhere. Something is futile if you will not succeed/ the task is impossible.

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Science πŸ”¬
How can you memorize different topics ?such as science b1 b2 b3 as well as the extra 6 topics to memorize all of physics and chemistry and how long should I do it for I'd I start from the first day as a yr 11 student 😯😯😯😯?
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Start off small. If you try to suddenly learn all the content and do loads of revision you will quickly lose motivation. If you start off just doing...Learn more

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Maths πŸ’―
How can you boost your maths grade from a 4/3 to a grade 7 as it's proven to be possible as example from other students , but seems impossible in my head 😯😯😯😯?
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Take lots of practice papers to establish your weaker areas in maths. Once you know what type of question it is that you are struggling with you can...Learn more

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English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What are negative connotations?
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A connotation is an idea or impression you take away from something that isn’t its literal meaning. So for example if someone is a guest in your hom...Learn more

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What is the difference between nuclear fission and nuclear fusion?
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Fission is when an unstable nucleus spontaneously decomposes into two or more smaller, more stable nuclei. Eg: Uranium-235 undergoes nuclear fission...Learn more

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11+ Entrance Exams 🌟
What are the best revision tips you can give someone who is going to be in year 11?
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β€’ Start making revision notes and keeping them organised in a ring binder or something similar as soon as you can. It feels like you’ve got ages unt...Learn more