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Hi, I'm Mevin Wan

I am an experienced GCSE and A levels STEM subjects tutor, and i have accumulated over 170 hours by working with 47 students. Currently, I am assigned to tutor students from India, UAE and South Africa through an online platform, helping them to achieve their academic goals. I am now confident working with various examination board across the UK, such as OCR, AQA, Edexcel,CIE, among others. I understand the tools required to help students to excel in their study, and i have consistently received positive feedbacks from clients. Here's the feedback provided by one of the clients i have worked with: "Thank you so much Alex said you were great! High praise from a teenager! We have two younger boys so will be reading tutoring and bound to be back in touch!"

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Imperial College London

Materials Engineering - Predicted 1:1 (2016 - now)

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Asked by Dominik

Physics 🚀
I'm doing my Physics homework and I have a quick question, What is elastic energy and how is it different to kinetic energy?
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To understand this, let's look into the atomistic scale of a material. Here you have an array of atoms with the material. Each of the atoms is conne...Learn more

Asked by Omar

Engineering 🚅
What grade do i need to do aerospace engineering?
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Depending on which school you are applying to. At Imperial, the minimum entry for aerospace engineering is A*A*A for 3 A levels subjects. And applic...Learn more

Asked by Selina

Physics 🚀
Why is glass see-through?
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Glass is an amorphous material - in other words, it does not have any long range order - as such, light can pass through the glass without being sca...Learn more

Asked by Ismail

Economics 📈
Why does the demand curve slope downwards?
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For example, if you are looking at the demand curve for sugar, at the price of £3.00, 100 units of sugar is demanded, whereas at the price of £2.00,...Learn more

Asked by Selina

Chemistry ⚛️
What is specific heat capacity?
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The specific heat capacity is the heat required to raise the mass of 1kg of substance by 1 degree Celsius under standard conditions.

Asked by Selina

Physics 🚀
How fast is light?
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The speed of light is equivalent to 3.0*10^8ms^-1.

Asked by Fatma

Maths 💯
What does 10 + 10 =?
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It is equal to 20

Asked by Tim

Geography 🗺
How is wave refraction different from wave reflection?
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For wave refraction, the speed of the wave is decreased as the wave passes through medium with different refractive indices, giving a different refr...Learn more

Asked by Addie

Chemistry ⚛️
G is a colourless crystalline solid which reacts with dilute nitric acid to give a colourless solution, H, and a colourless, odourless has, I, which turns limewater milky. G has a lilac flame colour. State the names of G, H and I?
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Hi Addie. I hope you are well. Since the 'gas I' can turn the limewater milky, it must be carbon dioxide gas, meaning the crystalline solid is a car...Learn more