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πŸ‘¨β€πŸ« 6+ years tutoring experience πŸ“ DBS πŸŽ“ Medical Student at King's College London πŸŽ“ BSc Immunology & Infectious Diseases 🏫 School Governor at Kingsmead School πŸ“Έ Photographer & Graphic Designer

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Immunobiology & Infectious Diseases - 2:1 (2016 - 2017)

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King's College London

Medicine (MBBS) (2012 - now)

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Asked by Valentine

Economics πŸ“ˆ
Explain supply and demand please?
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Demand is the willingness to purchase a given good or service at a particular price at a given time. Supply is the willingness of manufacturers to...Learn more

Asked by First

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
Why did you choose to study medicine above everything else and how did you know it was for you?
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The answer to this question varies between applicants! It's hard to give a generic answer and this is exactly what not to do in an interview. Whate...Learn more

Asked by Selina

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I’m 27, is it too late to study medicine?
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"Of course it's not too late. You know what this reminds me of? When I was 13 I wanted to learn guitar but I saw on TV some kid who was 11 and a chi...Learn more

Asked by Shreya

Physics πŸš€
What is acceleration?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity in a given period of time.

Asked by Shreya

Physics πŸš€
What is velocity?
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Velocity is the speed of something in a given direction.

Asked by Blessing

Maths πŸ’―
A shop sells apple in bags of 5 how many full bags can be made from 21 ??
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If a full bag contains 5 apples, then you should do 21/5 to work out how many bags are required for all the apples. 21/5 = 4.2 Since the question ...Learn more

Asked by Katie

Maths πŸ’―
What is a 4A-8=24?
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Solving for A 4A-8=24 4A=24+8 4A=32 A=32/4 A=8

Asked by Anita

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
What are the best universities to go to when you want you want to study medicine and are thinking of becoming a Doctor?
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Universities are ranked based on a number of different categories, including student satisfaction, research and average entry requirements, so each ...Learn more

Asked by Millie

Science πŸ”¬
What qualifications do I need to be a forensic scientist?
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To work as a forensic scientist you'll usually need either a degree in a scientific subject, such as biological sciences or chemistry, or a degree i...Learn more

Asked by Olivia Rose

Career Advice πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€
What exams are more important? GCSE’S or A - Levels?
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Both! It also depends on the courses you apply to at university. Most universities give more importance to A-Levels because they're usually more dif...Learn more

Asked by Paula

General πŸ›
Are GCSE's important?
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Yes! If you are planning on going on to university education, many universities expect good grades at GCSE and A-level. Depending on the course you ...Learn more

Asked by Jaspreet

Career Advice πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€
I want to be a cardiologist in the future, i’m doing my GCSE’s next year, what a levels should I choose?
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In order to become a cardiologist, you'd first have to complete a medical degree. Most UK universities require excellent GCSE and A-level results, w...Learn more

Asked by Tiffany

Psychology 🧠
What qualifications do I need to be a therapist or a councillor?
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A relevant degree or professional qualification in social work,Β psychology, medicine or mental health. experience of working with vulnerableadultsΒ o...Learn more

Asked by Lauren

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What work experience is needed for medicine?
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Any experience which allows you to develop key skills relevant to life as a medical student and doctor can be used. Ideally, you should have healthc...Learn more

Asked by Lucy

Biology 🌱
What is mitosis?
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Mitosis is a type of cell division that results in two daughter cells each having the same number and kind of chromosomes as the parent nucleus, typ...Learn more

Asked by Vantasia

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
Discuss whether you believe sharing health information between care providers and hospitals is a positive or negative practice?
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Hi! As with any of these ethical questions, the basic premise is to always give both sides of the argument, and then come to a reasonable conclusion...Learn more

Asked by Blessing

Maths πŸ’―
Sita worked out the correct answer to 16 x5 her answer was 80 , show how she could have worked out her answer?
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The are multiple ways to show your working for this problem. You can use short multiplication, long multiplication or the grid method to answer this...Learn more

Asked by Bonnie

Chemistry βš›οΈ
List the properties of Giant Ionic Structures?
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Ionic structures contain oppositely charged ions. They are generally good conductors of electricity, have high melting and boiling points and are us...Learn more

Asked by Lillie

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How to use β€˜quintessentially’ in a sentence?
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the word quintessentially is used to emphasise the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class. "a quintessentially English pop song" "T...Learn more

Asked by Bonnie

Chemistry βš›οΈ
A negative ion is formed by metals/non-metals?
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A negative ion is formed when an element gains one or more electrons. For example, chlorine (Cl) can gain an electron to form Cl- When non-metals ...Learn more

Asked by Bonnie

Chemistry βš›οΈ
A positive ion is formed by metals/ non - metals?
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A positive ion is formed when an element loses one or more electrons. For example, sodium (Na) can lose an electron to form Na+. When non-metals a...Learn more

Asked by Josh

Maths πŸ’―
How do I draw a graph of y=x^2 - 3 for values x from -2 - 2?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

In order to do plot this graph, you should draw a table with x values -2, -1, 0, 1, 2 and then substitute in each x value into the equation. this wi...Learn more

Asked by Addie

History πŸ•Œ
Why was the Nazi-Soviet pact a key factor causing the Second World War?
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The Nazi-Soviet Pact (also known as the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, after the representatives who signed it) was certainly a surprise when it was annou...Learn more

Asked by Bekki

Physics πŸš€
Why are resistors useful in a circuit?
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Hi! Resistors restrict or limit the flow of current in a circuit. The ability of a material or component to resist current flow is measured inΒ ohms...Learn more

Asked by Ginny

Geography πŸ—Ί
What is a headland ?
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Hi! A headland is a coastal landform, a point of land usually high and often with a sheer drop, that extends into a body of water. It is a type of ...Learn more

Asked by Aysha

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Is it true the graduates in medicine start on a very low salary? Why is this?
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Graduate salaries from newly-qualified foundation doctors vary depending on where you choose to apply (location) and also the types of jobs you may ...Learn more

Asked by Britney

Biology 🌱
List the names of the vessels in the arterial circulation system from largest to smallest?
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The three main types of vessels in the arterial system are arteries (largest), arterioles (smaller branches) and capillaries (the smallest, mostly w...Learn more

Asked by Nowshin

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Can I get into a Medicine course with 5 9s, 3 7s, 1 6; and 1 5 in English Language?( I came to London two years ago)?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Thanks for your question, Nowshin. Congratulations on your results! Regarding getting into medicine with those grades, the application process rel...Learn more

Asked by Rachel

Science πŸ”¬
In a cell what does a ribosome do??
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Medical Student at King's College London.

The ribosome is a type of machine which reads mRNA and translates it, before producing proteins which a cell needs.

Asked by Audrey

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Is the word "deference" a positive, negative, or neutral connotation? Why do you think so?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Deference means 'polite submission and respect', so I'd say that's a pretty positive connotation!

Asked by Amine

General πŸ›
Hi.im from iran and i wanna translate your app to persian in iran.could you plz lead me in that case?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Hi! Why don't you get in touch with the Scoodle team via the Help chat feature - you can find this under the 'Me' tab at the bottom of the app!

Asked by Stephanie

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What are the main things I need to know to become a doctor?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

This is a great question! In order to become a doctor, you must complete an MBBS course in the UK at a recognised institution. To apply for an MBB...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Biology 🌱
Blood vessels have a middle layer of what kind of muscle?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Smooth muscle! This is the elastic type muscle which allows vessels to expand and contract.

Asked by Jackson

Economics πŸ“ˆ
How interest rates affect market participants?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Hi Jackson, Interest rates are crucial in the modern market and have two key functions: 1) They affect people and businesses seeking loans. This is...Learn more

Asked by Amine

General πŸ›
You dont answer my last question,why?!!!?
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Try using the support chat to speak directly with the Scoodle team. You can find it in the Me tab at the bottom of the app.

Asked by Sarah

Biology 🌱
What is diastema? What is its role in rabbits?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Hey Sarah! A diastema is a space separating teeth of different functions, especially that between the biting teeth (incisors and canines) and grindi...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Science πŸ”¬
A star has an apparent magnitude of 10 and an absolute magnitude of -5. How far away is it?
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Medical Student at King's College London.

Hi Audrey, is there any more information for this question?

Asked by Atia

Religious Studies πŸ“Ώ
Explain two ways in which belief in the trinity influences Christians today?
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I believe this has now been answered!