Sarah Terris

UCL Graduate in Pharmaceutics with 3 years of tutoring experience

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Hi, I'm Sarah

I have tutored more than 30 GCSE, A level and 11+ students all over London, in home and online. This has accumulated to successive years of tuition, with students proudly obtaining fantastic grades. My tutelage has spanned to students from London, Private schools (e.g. Eton), Grammar schools (applicants particularly) and even international students (IGCSE). I study Masters of Pharmaceutics at UCL and have achieved 7 A* GCSE grades. This, complementary to my tutoring experience, means I confidently, and enthusiastically, teach English, Maths and [Triple]Sciences in core exams such as the 11+, SATs, GCSE and A levels. I am exuberant when endeavoring a student to accelerate academically, beyond their "target grades" and I know that parents hold the same view. In conjunction with academic learning, I understand the importance of targeted examination-style practice which really boosts confid...Learn more

My education

University College London (UCL)

Pharmaceutics - Distinction (2015 - 2016)

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Asked by Steffen

Economics 📈
Where should I buy real estate for great return?

Sarah Terris

UCL Graduate in Pharmaceutics with 3 years of tutoring experience

I think if anyone knew the answer for certain, they'd be pretty rich by now ;) Having said that, it's always worth noting that with greater retur...Learn more

Asked by Kieran

Maths 💯
Using small angle approximations (radians), what does cos(x)-1/xtan(2x) equal to?

Sarah Terris

UCL Graduate in Pharmaceutics with 3 years of tutoring experience

In small angle approximations, cos(x) = 1 - x^2/2 and tan(a) = a. So if we substitute in the equation: cos(x)-1/xtan(2x) 1 - (x^2/2) - (1/(x * ...Learn more

Asked by Heidi

English 🇬🇧
What is the difference between a metaphor and a simile?

Sarah Terris

UCL Graduate in Pharmaceutics with 3 years of tutoring experience

Both metaphors and similes are literary devices used for figurative comparison. A simile is a figurative comparison between two things using "like" ...Learn more

Asked by Daisy

Chemistry ⚛️
Thinking about the structure of an atom, why were some alpha particles able to pass through without being deflected?

Sarah Terris

UCL Graduate in Pharmaceutics with 3 years of tutoring experience

Those that pass straight through did so because they didn't encounter any nuclei. I just had a look at BBC Bitesize which said this as well. Tho...Learn more

Asked by Aneesa

Economics 📈
How do I do bank statements?

Sarah Terris

UCL Graduate in Pharmaceutics with 3 years of tutoring experience

When you say 'do bank statements' what do you mean exactly? If it's manually creating them, excel will have some pretty good templates. However, ...Learn more