# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

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## Hi, I'm Shuheb

I am a Medic at Barts and the London School of Medicine. I completed my A-levels with A*AAA and my GCSEs with 4A*s and 5As. I have been tutoring 5+ years now and have been fortunate enough to work with 40+ students between the ages 7-18. My specialties are in Maths & Science - I have taught these subjects up to GCSE and A-Levels respectively across a variety of boards, as well as 11+ preparation, gathering a wealth of experience. To further my experience in teaching, I worked as a Teaching Assistant in a local school, allowing me to develop my teaching skills and learn innovative ways of making tuition an engaging activity and not a tiresome chore. Feel free to message me for more information.

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English 🇬🇧# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

A noun is the name of a place, person or thing. There are 4 types: Proper - Jack, London, Nike, Sunday Common - ball, road Collective - herd, swa...Learn more

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Biology 🌱# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

The right atrium receives blood from the vena cava (containing deoxygenated blood from the body).

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Science 🔬# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

For all stars, It starts off with: Nebula > Protostar > Main sequence star (e.g Sun) Then comes the ‘dying’ stages: Small stars- main sequence s...Learn more

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Biology 🌱# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

The main purpose of a flower is to produce the reproductive cells of the plant (eggs and pollen). Seeds are the product of fertilisation, surround...Learn more

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English 🇬🇧# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

You would use a semicolon after the word ‘me’ Semicolons are used to join two closely related main clauses

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Chemistry ⚛️# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

It’s just trial and error to be honest. Start balancing the more obscure elements (eg. S or Cl) before ending with the more common elements such as ...Learn more

Asked by Faith

Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

You can easily memorise the special angles in a grid (have a look on google) or you can work them out manually buy the use of two triangles. The f...Learn more

Asked by Lauren

Applying for Medicine 👩⚕️# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

Biology and Chemistry are required by many universities, and for your third subject aim to choose Maths/Physics. Your fourth subject can be whatever...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

pi x radius^2

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Chemistry ⚛️# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

you can find this occurring naturally, but you can do it in the laboratory. sodium hydroxide + hydrochloric acid = sodium chloride + water (neutr...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

As this is a quadratic graph, the x co-ordinate for the minimum will lie bang in the middle of the two roots of the graph. complete the square or ...Learn more

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Biology 🌱# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

In order for something to be classified as a living organism, it needs to be able to carry out the 7 life processes ’mrs nerg’: movement, reproducti...Learn more

Asked by Shireen

Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

The chance of an event occurring, usually expressed as a fraction.

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University 🎓# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

I always advise my students to get a tutor across the Summer holidays. Although I agree students need a rest, having a couple of hours per week of t...Learn more

Asked by Kyla

Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

There are 6 quadrilaterals you need to know about: •square (equal sides, 4 right angles) •rectangle (opposite sides equal, 4 right angles) •rhombu...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

10 sides 😊

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Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

I‘m assuming the p is dividing the whole of the right side m = n+x/p Xp Xp (X Is multiply) mp = n+x -n -n mp-n = x answer: x = ...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

If every day the plant grows 2 New leaves, and after the 3rd day it had 6 leaves - then after 4 days it would have grown 2 more - making 8 in total ...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

• First of all make sure to number (n) your terms (t) in the sequence above • Then work out the difference (d) which Is +7 each time •hence the ba...Learn more

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Physics 🚀# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

The Sun made up of a total of 7 layers. From inside to out: 3 inner layers: •core •radiative zone •convection zone 4 outer layers: •photosphe...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Shuheb Miah

Barts Medic| GCSE Maths & A-Level Science |5+years exp|40+ students|2500+ hours|

If 1 million alveoli have a surface area of 0.25m sq, then to work out the total surface area of 280 million you’ll have to multiply 0.25 by 280. ...Learn more