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# Shanice St John

## A maths enthusiast who enjoys sharing their knowledge of numbers.

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### About

Experienced maths tutor who has a considerable amount of experience working in the education sector. Recently graduated in Applied Physics BSc and currently studying Quantum Technologies at masters level.

### Education

#### St Mary’s University

Applied Physics (BSc) - First

2014 - 2017

During my course, I worked with other students in a group setting to perform experiments (which usually took place at the National Physical Laboratory) and presentations. In my second year, I worked as a student teacher as part of my placement module. I also worked as a student ambassador in both my second and third years. For my third year, I undertook a dissertation on Quantum Mechanics titled ‘The Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics’. My thesis was based on analysis six quantum mechanical interpretations of my choice.

#### University College London (UCL)

Quantum Technologies (MSc) - Pending

2018 - Now

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ASKED BY ADS

MATHS 💯#### A five sided spinner labelled with sectors p,q,r,s,t is spun 400 times. How do you find the relative frequency?

The relative frequency is given by: Relative frequency = Probability x Number of trials As there are 5 sectors, the probability of obtaining any out...

ASKED BY HAMZA

APPLYING FOR UNIVERSITY ✍️🏽#### I am trying to go into Investment Banking/Brokering after my A levels. I understand that a mba is desirable however can I get a masters in business administration even if I do finance Bsc as a bachelors?

Yes, it is possible to study for masters after completing a bachelors. If you plan on studying business administration as a masters after your BSc, ...

ASKED BY BELLA

GENERAL 🏛#### What’s the equation of a line on a graph with points of (3,-3) (-2,2)?

To find the equation of a straight line, we need to find the following information: 1) The gradient (denoted by the symbol, m) 2) The y-intercept (d...

ASKED BY BELLA

GENERAL 🏛#### How do I find the equation of a line on a graph using the equation y=mx+c?

The general form of a straight line equation is y = mx + c, where m is the gradient, c is the y-intercept and x and y are the coordinates of any giv...

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