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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds. I have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students. I have also worked with children who are from disadvantaged backgrounds with the TeamUp organisation. I also have had some experience working with younger children around the age of five, but most of my career with children has been spent working with KS2-3 and students studying for their G.C.S.E.s.

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Asked by Audrey

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Can someone explain passive vs. active voice? Please explain the rule and provide an example. ?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

In a sentence written in the active voice, the subject of the sentence performs the action. In a sentence written in the passive voice, the subjec...Learn more

Asked by Hamza

Career Advice πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€
What is the best course to take after A levels to get into investment banking. Accounting with finance or finance alone? And how would I go about getting a job in investment banking after university?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Investment banking is one of the most competitive industries to secure a job in. Both degrees will provide a reasonable grounding in the finance nec...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
What are streptococci?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

A bacterium of a genus that includes the agents of souring of milk and dental decay, and haemolytic pathogens causing various infections such as sca...Learn more

Asked by Max

Biology 🌱
What is a substrate?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

An underlying substance or layer.

Asked by Liam

History πŸ•Œ
What group of people moved into Italy from Asia Minor and took control of Rome around 600 BC, bringing with them their building techniques and religious beliefs?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Liam! A lot of early Rome history comes from myths and legends. The group of people who settled in Italy in this age are known as the Latins, ...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What are the differences between personal, reflexive, and intensive pronouns?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Jeniffer! An intensive pronoun are used to add emphasis to the subject of the sentence and ends in 'self' or 'selves'. To tell the difference ...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

History πŸ•Œ
What did the Whig Party believe in?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Jeniffer, The Whig Party stood for a weaker presidency and a stronger congress. They wanted protective tariffs and a strong federal government...Learn more

Asked by Elizabeth

General πŸ›
Hi, can I kindly ask where you live and can visit our house (GX) for lesson? Thank you?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Elizabeth, you'll have to message a tutor directly for the subject you'd want. They'll be able to tell you whether they're available or not.

Asked by Tim

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is a word that modifies a noun?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Adjectives are words that modify nouns. They are often called β€œdescribing words” because they give us further details about a noun, such as what it ...Learn more

Asked by Max

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May" Analysis?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

This sonnet is certainly the most famous in the sequence of Shakespeare’s sonnets; it may be the most famous lyric poem in English. Among Shakespear...Learn more

Asked by Tim

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the difference between an objective pronoun and a subjective pronoun?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The subject pronouns include I, he, she, you, it, we, and they. The second type of pronoun is an object pronoun, which takes the place of a noun tha...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

History πŸ•Œ
What was the purpose of the Washington Naval Disarmament Conference and the Kellogg Briand Pact? What prompted them? Was the purpose accomplished?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

In the 1920s, the League of Nations represented a new hope for open diplomacy that might prevent another war like the WW1 from ever happening again....Learn more

Asked by Liam

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the correct plural form of the noun "beer"? It has always bugged me when my friends ask me, "Hey, do you want to drink some beers tonight?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Liam! Your friends are right! The plural form of 'beer' is in fact 'beers' 🍺!

Asked by Selina

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the longest palindrome?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Selina! The longest palindrome in the Oxford dictionary is 'tattarrattat' which means 'a knock on the door' πŸšͺ

Asked by Test

Maths πŸ’―
What is the value of Pi?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! The value of Pi cannot be written down as it's an irrational number. But if you want to impress your friends, here is Pi to 11 decimal points...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

Biology 🌱
If you have a strand of DNA in which 20% of the bases are adenine, what percentage of guanine do you have?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Jennifer! Using the base pair rule we know that the ratio of adenine and thymine should be 1:1 and the ratio of guanine and cytosine should be...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

Physics πŸš€
Are black holes formed when large stars collapse?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Micheal, Yep, you are correct! Black holes are formed when large stars collapse! :)

Asked by Selina

Economics πŸ“ˆ
What is swing trading?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Selina, Swing trading is a short-term trading strategy. Traders usually buy stock for a short period of time (usually a few days/weeks) in ord...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Biology 🌱
Why must larger animals have an efficient respiratory system?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Bigger animals do require more energy and thus more oxygen for cellular respiration. A more efficient respiratory system helps get oxygen to the tis...Learn more

Asked by James

Science πŸ”¬
What would happen if there were no bones in our body?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi James! Our skeleton is very important to us. It supports the body, it facilitates movement, protects us and more. If we had no bones in our bo...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

History πŸ•Œ
Why did the United States side with Britain during World War l?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Sarah, President Wilson did a successful job in keeping the US neutral for quite some time. However, it was German aggression which provoked t...Learn more

Asked by Richard

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Why is the epilogue of "Eclipse," by Stephanie Meyer, written from Jacob's point of view? If the whole thing is written in Bella's point of view, then why is just the epilogue written from Jacob's view?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The epilogue gives us a chance to hear from Jacob's point of view, but also to tie up some loose ends. It explains that Jacob has run away in his wo...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Biology 🌱
What structures are in the upper and lower respiratory tract?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Richard! The upper respiratory tract includes the nose, sinuses, pharynx or larynx. The lower respiratory tract includes everything from the t...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
How would you explain the significance of the thickness of the left ventricular wall?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The left ventricular wall is involved in pumping oxygenated blood from the heart around the body to the organs and extremities. The thickness of the...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

Biology 🌱
How is DNA anti-parallel?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hello! You may find this video helpful: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/high-school-biology/hs-molecular-genetics/hs-discovery-and-structure...Learn more

Asked by Tim

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the difference between mood and tone in a story?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

If tone is the author's attitude toward a subject, then mood is how we are made to feel as readers, or the emotion evoked by the author.

Asked by Mafua

Psychology 🧠
Psycho-pedagogical guidance of the learner?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! I'm not sure what you're asking specifically. If you could re-ask your question with some more detail, we can do our best to help!

Asked by Richard

History πŸ•Œ
How did the death of Tecumseh affect the war in the West?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Amid the War of 1812, a consolidated English and Indian power is crushed by General William Harrison's American armed force at the Skirmish of the T...Learn more

Asked by Max

Physics πŸš€
What is a common cause of primary hypothyroidism?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Iodine inadequacy is the most widely recognized reason for essential hypothyroidism and endemic goiter around the world. In zones of the world with ...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Art & Drama 🎨
What are the definitions of Ethos, Logos, and Pathos? What is an easy way to remember them?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Ethos, Sentiment, and Logos are three distinct approaches to be influential. Ethos (from the Greek for \" character\") serves to feature the per...Learn more

Asked by Liam

History πŸ•Œ
On D-Day, the 6th of June 1944, U.S. and other Allied forces attacked the shoreline of the nation at which location?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Liam! The U.S. and the other forces attacked the shoreline at the Normandy Coast in the Bay of Seine.

Asked by James

Biology 🌱
How do dead zones in the ocean affects ocean life?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Circumstances and end results of Sea No man's lands 1. As the water warms up from environmental change, there are all the more no man's lands ...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Politics πŸ›
How did the governments - the Union or the Confederacy-go about mobilizing soldiers, citizens, and resources to wage a total war? How successful were their respective strategies?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The North searched inside at their own populace and assets, while the South searched externally for the help of provisions and acknowledgment by dif...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Science πŸ”¬
Do the annual variations in Earth-Sun distance adequately account for seasonal temperature changes?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

No, the varieties in Earth-Sun separate have a next to no impact on occasional temperature changes. Example: - The Earth is at its nearest...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

History πŸ•Œ
Who were the pre-Colombian tribe who lived in South Florida?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Juan Ponce de LeΓ³n is credited because the first EU to have touch with Florida's indigenous human beings in 1513. Ponce de LeΓ³n met with hostility f...Learn more

Asked by Sara

Physics πŸš€
How high does a building have to be, so that when you jump, you die?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

In the event that you bounced off of the highest point of a high rise like the World Exchange Center in NYC or something like that, you have around ...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Science πŸ”¬
What is the importance of decomposers?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The fundamental job of the decomposer in any biological system is to reuse supplements once living beings kick the bucket and reuse supplements in w...Learn more

Asked by Kayla

Maths πŸ’―
If the perimeter of the outside edge of the walkway is 78 feet, determine the measure of the width of the walk way. Write and solve an equation of show your work?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

let's assign the value of x to the width, and the value of 2x to the length, fair enough? Please note from the problem: "The length of a rec...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

History πŸ•Œ
How did the Great Schism of 1054 cause the First Crusade?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The Pope may have felt that the Campaign to retake Jerusalem from the Seljuk Turks may help recuperate the Faction between the Roman Catholics and t...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Science πŸ”¬
What give galaxies their different shapes?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Universes arrive in an assortment of shapes and sizes. We will initially discuss what gives a few worlds their winding shape. The most outstan...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

Biology 🌱
What is an evolutionary trend of amphibia?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The evolutionary trend of amphibia is its partial migration from water to colonize the land. Ancestors of class Amphibia developed Associate in N...Learn more

Asked by Liam

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Do prepositions modify verbs, adjectives, and adverbs?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Liam! Yes, prepositions can modify verbs. They can be used to indicate direction, location and more!

Asked by Jeniffer

Art & Drama 🎨
What is a song that uses the literary device, litotes?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Litotes word meaning β€œsimple,” is a figure of speech that employs a positive statement expressed by negating its opposite expressions. Normal Lit...Learn more

Asked by Jame

Biology 🌱
I’m 14 and I have PPP ( pearly penile papules )is that normal and how can I make it go away?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Its not as bad as you think, let's calm down. It's like an STD. Then the disease is also greatly improved after he follow the instructions: ht...Learn more

Asked by Jame

General πŸ›
Gdhdudbdhdhdn?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Please kindly elaborate more

Asked by Max

Science πŸ”¬
How does the phosphorus cycle affect humans?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

People and the phosphorous cycle influence one another. Individuals require phosphorous as phosphates to survive. Adenosine triphosphate is a pa...Learn more

Asked by Funmi

Physics πŸš€
How do I find the non-uniform speed of a circular object?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The change in direction is accounted by radial acceleration ( centripetal acceleration ), which is given by the following relation: a=v^2/r a...Learn more

Asked by Hafsa

Chemistry βš›οΈ
I don’t understand electrolysis at all. It’s not that advanced just about cathodes and anodes and the half equation, sometimes they react with the reactivity series too but I don’t understand it :((?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Hafsa, I'm sure you'll find it easy soon! Is there anything in particular that you don't understand? I want to write something in a lot of det...Learn more

Asked by Gail

Maths πŸ’―
I am looking for a tutor for 12 year old for maths?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! You can use Scoodle's tutor search to find tutors in your area.

Asked by Gail

Maths πŸ’―
I am looking for maths tutor for a 12 year old?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! You can use Scoodle's tutor search to find tutors in your area.

Asked by Phoebe-Lily

Philosophy ❓
What happens when you die?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Biologically, your body decomposes and returns as nutrients to the soil. Spiritually, that depends on which faith/ belief system you choose to follo...Learn more

Asked by Michael

Biology 🌱
What is an eukaryotic cell ?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

A eukaryotic cell has a plasma membrane, cytoplasm, and ribosomes. However, unlike prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells have: a membrane-bound nucleu...Learn more

Asked by Michael

Maths πŸ’―
What is Pythagoras?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Pythagoras theorem helps you find the length of one of the sides of a right angle triangle if you know the length of the other two sides.

Asked by Paige

General πŸ›
What are CATS exams in the UK?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

CATs tests are usually done in year 6 or 7, not normally in year 9. Most secondary schools use Cognitive Abilities Tests, CATs, to test general ...Learn more

Asked by Annie

History πŸ•Œ
Why was Vesalius’ work important (give examples)? Why did some people refuse to accept his discoveries?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

You can read about Vesalius' work here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/vesalius_andreas.shtml

Asked by Nana

Maths πŸ’―
How do you do percentages?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! This resource may help: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/z9rjxfr/revision/1

Asked by Caroline

Maths πŸ’―
How much do you need on your English and Maths GCSE to pass?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! This question depends on your exam board, so it's worth checking the average grade boundaries for the past few years.

Asked by Annabel

History πŸ•Œ
When did the Battle of Hastings happen?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

14th October 1066.

Asked by Nina

Maths πŸ’―
Any helpful tips for substitution in maths??
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

If this is with regards to integrating, then yes! Let's take a look at this example. Suppose we want to integrate x-2. If we want we can say, u = x...Learn more

Asked by Annie

Biology 🌱
Why did some people refuse to accept Vesalius’ discoveries?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The father of modern anatomy was largely rejected by his peers mostly as he was going against centuries of tradition from the ancient Anatomical gre...Learn more

Asked by Joni

Economics πŸ“ˆ
Please explain price and demand curve?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The price is actually usually the vertical axis (y) and the quantity demanded on the horizontal (x) axis. The Demand curve is a diagonal line starti...Learn more

Asked by Ashan

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
What is the ideal cv for applying to do medicine in oxbridge?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

I would argue there is nothing drastically different needed on your Personal statement for Medicine at Oxbridge vs other universities as the essenti...Learn more

Asked by Olivia

Economics πŸ“ˆ
What is the financial crisis?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The financial crisis may refer to the most recent financial crisis of 2007-2008, which is considered by many economists to have been the worst finan...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

Geography πŸ—Ί
What opportunities does urban growth give Rio?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

You can read about Rio here: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zw6pwxs/revision/5

Asked by Silvia

Maths πŸ’―
How do you find the mean ?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The mean is the average of the numbers. It is easy to calculate: add up all the numbers, then divide by how many numbers there are. In other words i...Learn more

Asked by Beth

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How is Arthur Birling represented at the start of An Inspector Calls?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi! You might find this article useful: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zwscxsg/revision/2

Asked by Charlotte

Sociology 🀝
What are the two main underpinning principles in health and social care?
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I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

This depends on the curriculum in your school, and where they chose to focus. It's difficult to argue that any principle is objectively the most imp...Learn more

Asked by Sandy

Religious Studies πŸ“Ώ
What does the quote β€œGod does not change the condition of a people unless they change what is in themselves” mean in the Qur’an?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Change starts from within. A society doesn't just 'change', the people have to improve themselves first. After that, the rest of society improves.

Asked by Luke

Biology 🌱
What is the difference between alveoli and capillaries?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The alveoli and capillaries both have very thin walls, which allow the oxygen to pass from the alveoli to the blood. The capillaries then connect to...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

Maths πŸ’―
A recipe for a fruit cake uses sultanas and raisins in the ratio 5:3. How many grams of sultanas should be used with 150 grams of raisins? ?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

What we need to do is find out what one ratio is worth. To do that you do: You know that 150 grams of raisin is the same as '3'. To work out what...Learn more

Asked by I Like It

Biology 🌱
One of the following does not belong to the group - a) Aspergillus Niger b) Clostridium tetani c) Staphylococcus aureus d) Vibrio Cholerae?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

The answer is Aspergillus niger :)

Asked by Rachel

History πŸ•Œ
I’m kind of stuck with what to write for this 12 mark question: β€˜Which of the following was the most important reason why Hitler was able to become Fuhrer by August 1934; the Reichstag fire or The Night of the Long Knifes?’?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Hi Rachel, What is it that you need help with exactly? One thing I find that helps is having a good structure. For this question, I will start...Learn more

Asked by Nur

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What's the point for this essay: Your birthday is approaching and your parents intend to give you a birthday present. What you like to have? Explain your choice?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

It would help if you explain what year you're in because then I can get an idea of what is expected. I assume it's a question for English. If so,...Learn more

Asked by Mollie

Chemistry βš›οΈ
Whats an ionic bond?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

An ion is a particle with a charge, which means it has either lost one or more electrons or gained one or more electrons. When metals react with non...Learn more

Asked by Ads

Biology 🌱
Where and how are the blood cells made?
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Red blood cells, most white blood cells, and platelets are produced in the bone marrow, the soft fatty tissue inside bone cavities.

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Spanish πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ
How do I prepare for a Spanish oral??
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Sheena Nguyen

I have worked with children from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds and have done private tutoring previously for KS3 English students.

Like most languages, the best way to practice is to speak to a native. It forces you to come out of your comfort zone and it really helps develop yo...Learn more

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Maths πŸ’―
What is x when 100x+80=280?
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Sheena Nguyen

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X is 2!

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General πŸ›
What is the differences between joint tenancy and tenancy in common?
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Sheena Nguyen

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One of the main differences between the two types of shared ownership is what happens to the property when one of the owners dies. When a property i...Learn more

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Chemistry βš›οΈ
What are the key points in recognising if a substance is pure?
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Sheena Nguyen

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Purity can be defined as the absence of any impurities -- or types of matter other than the substance itself. The physical properties of a substa...Learn more

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Computer Science πŸ–₯
What is the difference between artificial intelligence and artificial general intelligence?
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Sheena Nguyen

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Sometimes referred to as Strong AI, or Human-Level AI, Artificial General Intelligence refers to a computer that is as smart as a human across the b...Learn more

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Maths πŸ’―
How many 1/3’s are there in 4?
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Sheena Nguyen

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Since there are 3 x 1/3 in 1, the answer is 12 :)