Mike Jones

PhD at University of Oxford in Theoretical Physics

17 questions answered
Under 5 hours taught

Mike provided

Email address
£45per
hour

Hi, I'm Mike

PhD student in Computational Physics at University of Oxford, with 9 years experience in private tuition in mathematics, physics and programming. Currently tutoring on the maths course of the MSc in Biochemistry at the University of Oxford. Since I was in high school I`ve been giving private tuitions to high school students and undergraduates. I extensively developed my teaching method which focuses on showing the student how amazing these disciplines can be, as well as teaching them how to practice to improve their skills level and boosting their confidence in the subject. When I wasn`t sure I would have gotten a scholarship for Oxford I even founded my own private tuition business, introducing students to hand-picked, outstanding tutors in mathematics, physics and programming.

My availability

7am - 12pm
12pm - 4pm
4pm - 10pm
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

My top answers

Asked by Alex

Chemistry ⚛️
Why is the sky blue

Mike Jones

PhD at University of Oxford in Theoretical Physics

The sun emits light and this travels to our earth in a straight line. The light contains the entire spectrum of colours and each colour has a wavele...Learn more

Asked by Dawn

Biology 🌱
In both prokaryotes & eukaryotes how many copies of the chromesome are left after replication

Mike Jones

PhD at University of Oxford in Theoretical Physics

Hello, this is a bit of a strange question as it depends on what kind of division is taking place. Mitotic division leaves daughter cells with the s...Learn more

Asked by Jennifer

Applying for Medicine 👩‍⚕️
What gcse do I need to be a surgeon

Mike Jones

PhD at University of Oxford in Theoretical Physics

Ideally you should be aiming for at least 8 GCSEs including Maths, English and Science, at the very best grades (A/A*, now known as grade 8 or 9). ...Learn more

Asked by First

Applying for Medicine 👩‍⚕️
Birmingham says typical offer is A*AA but should be predicted AAAif I got predicted AAA and was able to get an offer would that offer be A*AA or AAA? And would it put me at a disadvantage if I applied with AAA? Want to give myself best chance

Mike Jones

PhD at University of Oxford in Theoretical Physics

Hi! This is difficult question to answer - ideally you should aim to meet the entry requirements for any course. It's difficult to know whether you ...Learn more

Asked by Sagar

Maths 💯
The sale of fruit is increase by 50÷3after giving 20% in it. Find iut the effect on their S.P

Mike Jones

PhD at University of Oxford in Theoretical Physics

Please clarify the question