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I loved Physics in high school. I hope to inspire learners to work hard in this subject, so that they can have a better understanding of its' concepts. I achieved 70% for this subject at University level.
Pure Physics was a favourite part of my Engineering degree and I really thrived in it. In 2nd, 3rd and 4th year of Engineering, the applications really solidified many of the concepts learnt in first year Physics.
I graduated from St Mary's School Waverley in 2016 with eight Distinctions. I achieved 80% in Physics in Matric and I am currently studying a Bachelor of Health Sciences which includes Physics 1. I am well acquainted with the subject material.
I am currently at university with a minor subject in Physics. I feel that I can confidently convey my knowledge about the subject to others.
I have extensive experience in Mathematics and Physics, and have majored in both subjects during my tertiary education. I have taught and mentored students in both Mathematics and Physics at university level. Currently, I am a PhD student in Physics.
In addition to getting a good final mark for first-year Physics at Wits, I also tutored first-year PHYS1014 when I was in my second year. I received a tutor award in my residence because of this.
I received a distinction for all my Physics' modules in University and have ample experience teaching it.
I have previously tutored Physics which is related to my university studies in Mechanical Engineering.
I am majoring in Physics at the University of Cape Town and have achieved great marks so far.
I have completed Physics 1, which covers all of Mechanics in first year level, and I still have all my textbooks and course work.
I studied physics up to 2nd year and for most people the "F" in physics stands for fun, this doesn't apply to me. I simply enjoy it.