Career opportunities for Maths graduates are varied and a student’s chosen career will depend on what other subjects they took as well. Industries that use maths however include the stock market, financial analysts, the IT industry and even astronomy - in fact the number of uses for maths is...
Looking back on my maths A-level, fascinated though I was with figures, I often wondered: why do we need algebra? And what is its application in real life!? Well, as it turns out, the polynomials and parenthesis, equations and exponents and matrices and monomials are some of many tools that when...
A number of students are concerned and anxious about the grade will achieve in their Maths exams. Having tutored for more than 8 years and seen students of varied ability levels, my advise to all is actually quite straight forward - practice, practice and more practice. Maths is a skill which...
The transition to A level maths
The transition from GCSE – or even IGCSE maths – to AS levels can come as a shock to many year 12 students. There are many reasons why students fail to cope with AS level maths, which include methods of study, style of teaching, and the type of work. I...
I would be very glad to have studied A Level Maths even if the only thing they had taught me was Bayes' theorem, so I'll teach it to you now and then we'll have a look at why it's so powerful...
Bayes' theorem states that:P(B|A) = P(A|B)P(B)/P(A)
Which in English means that:When we know:
So you have your GCSE maths result and you are all set for A Level maths. You got an A or even an A*, just as you hoped. You are good at maths and you are ready to carry on and learn some more stuff. How hard can it be?
Very hard. I don’t like to be the party pooper when you are still riding...
It is very interesting to see how my students gain confidence once they have grasped the 'idea' of the topics concerned. It is very important to take the time at the start to fully understand the principles and reasoning/ rational behind every thing that we are studying.
With an experienced...
Those who are good at maths will always see the application of mathematics in the real world. Mathematics is the key to the development of technology and the development of the world.
For example when you see two planes flying in the sky, you can see the two will meet at the same point in the...
I've heard some people claim that the number 1 is prime. Well, “Prime” means first, and 1 is first,so it makes sense, doesn't it? Well, not exactly.
Well again, it's only a matter of definition, isn't it?But that depends on whether your definitions are well-founded and clear.
Many students find vectors a difficult task. For A level, the Edexcel syllabus requires position and line vector manipulation.
Think of vector equation of a line r= [x,y,z] + s[x2,y2,z2] as y=[c] + m[x] where c = [x,y,z] are vector position coordinates of a point on the line and [x2,y2,z2] are...
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Teaching is a passion and religion for me. My students flourish as I start grounds up, make them practice and resolve complex problems with one motto to achieve A/A*.
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Mathematics can be the most important subject for a students education, relied on so heavily by science and all subjects at higher levels of study, but at the same time its...
I have a passion for Maths which is transmitted to students by showing the relevance of Maths to their environment, while ensuring that the whole syllabus is comprehensively...
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