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Yunus Sharif

Medical Physicist - Imperial College London and Fully Qualified Teacher

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Hi, I'm Yunus

I studied Medical Engineering as an undergraduate degree (MEng), followed by a Masters in Medical Physics (MSc) from Imperial College London. I have a strong passion for science, maths and engineering and enjoy the challenges of teaching and imparting my knowledge to allow student to appreciate the beauty of science. I am a fully qualified teacher and teach maths and science upto GCSE as well as A-Level Physics and Maths at a Comprehensive School in Surrey. Having studied at a grammar school, I am aware of the challenges and pressure in order to get a place. Over the years I have developed a good inderstanding of the style and type of questions they tend to ask. Not only do I teach the core concepts, but I also help my students master the skills needed for exams. With a proven track record of success with my students I am confident that I can help with your goals at any level.

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University of East London

PGCE Secondary Science - Pass (2016 - 2017)

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Imperial College London

MSc Medical Physics - Pass with merit (2010 - 2011)

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Queen Mary University of London

Medical engineering - 1st (2005 - 2009)

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Asked by Kayra

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What Is the Best way to revise for science ?
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Medical Physicist - Imperial College London and Fully Qualified Teacher

While there are a number of ways of revising for science, some which really helped my especially in the final few weeks are: 1) going through past ...Learn more

Asked by Nur

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M = x-8. How to express x as the subject of the formulae?
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Medical Physicist - Imperial College London and Fully Qualified Teacher

move the (-8) to the other side of the equation by adding 8 to both sides... M+8 = x Done!