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Sarah Keily

Engaging, enthusiastic tutor who’s excited to help GCSE students in North London

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Hi, I'm Sarah

I am an A-Level student looking to tutor along side my studies in North London I have experience tutoring and enjoy helping people with the subjects that I am passionate about.

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Hornsey School for Girls

GCSEs - Combined Science (9-8), Mathematics (8), English Lit (7), English Lan (7), Geography (9), Spanish (7), Drama (7), Music (7)

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Asked by Audrey

Geography 🗺
How does deforestation contribute to the greenhouse effect?
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Trees and forests act as carbon sinks, meaning they absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Deforestation means that we now have less trees and f...Learn more

Asked by James

Science 🔬
What are the major layers of the earth?
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Engaging, enthusiastic tutor who’s excited to help GCSE students in North London

Inner Core Outer Core Mantle Crust

Asked by Sarah

Geography 🗺
Why don't we use ocean water for drinking and how is water scarcity predicted to change in the future?
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Engaging, enthusiastic tutor who’s excited to help GCSE students in North London

Ocean water is salty, and therefore not suitable for consumption. There is a process called desalinisation which removes the salt from water and mak...Learn more

Asked by Taegon

Chemistry ⚛️
How many miles are there in 44g of CO2? How many molecules is this?
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Engaging, enthusiastic tutor who’s excited to help GCSE students in North London

Assuming you mean moles rather than miles To calculate moles we use the equation moles=mass/Mr We have been given the mass in the question, and we ...Learn more

Asked by San San

Biology 🌱
What is biodiversity?
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Engaging, enthusiastic tutor who’s excited to help GCSE students in North London

Biodiversity refers to the number of species (plants, animals etc.) found in an ecosystem. For example, we would say that the Amazon Rainforest has ...Learn more