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Building Strong Study Habits for Success in STEM Subjects Written by Tom; Tom is a physics teacher in the UK. Graduating from the University of Bristol, he finished at...

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As we move closer to the winter holidays, many students are earnestly preparing for mock exams – especially those readying themselves for GCSE or IGCSE. Revising for such a...

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I have often worked with students on the topic of integration by substitution. This isn’t much of a surprise – it’s a fiddly topic with plenty of room for...

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Balancing the books: understanding financial maths in IB® Applications and Interpretations Written by Aidan; Aidan is available for private tutoring. The financial maths component of the IB® A &...

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Revishun Revisoin Revision Written by Aidan, a long standing maths teacher at one of the UK’s best schools. Aidan is available for private tutoring. With end-of-year exams looming, what...

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The Revision Cycle Written by Jocelyn. Jocelyn is available for private tutoring! Most students don’t actually know how to revise. They re-read their notes and recognize the content, and...

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Written by Giuseppe; Giuseppe is available for private tutoring. Conservation of Linear Momentum Almost everybody can easily stop a ball thrown at 40 km/h in a tenth of a...

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Written by Marizza; Marizza is available for private tutoring. Wordymathphobia Wordymathphobia: (noun) An abnormal or pathological fear of seeing words in your math Many students seem to be under...

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Written by Marizza; Marizza is available for private tutoring. Related Rates: it is a topic that strikes fear into the hearts of AP® Calculus students everywhere. Why is this...

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Dan Koshland, the Berkeley biochemistry professor whose work yielded major contributions to studies of enzyme structure and function, was fond of repeating a student review turned in at the...

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