Advanced Level Course
Length of Each Tutorial: 1 Hour
Recommended Age: 14+
Course Summary: This course is an introduction to a crucial branch of learning which straddles the border between maths and physics and is part of most A Level curricula. Maths Mechanics is the study of physical systems: how mechanical systems operate and how we can make predictions based on these principles. This crash course is designed to give a student a head start in this subject, something which is particularly useful if they are interested in focusing on maths or physics later in their school career or at university.
What You Receive
10 One-on-one Tutorials
with an Expert Tutor
Interactive and Engaging Exercises and Prompts for Further Study
Lesson Recap Booklet to Save or Print
Report Card with Personal Appraisal from Tutor
Tutor: This course is taught by several Canis Major tutors, depending on availability, each of whom has studied at Oxford or Cambridge university and holds a postgraduate degree. Please make an enquiry and we will send you the profiles of the tutors who are currently teaching this course.
Tutorial 1: Equilibrium
Tutorial 2: Newton’s Laws
Tutorial 3: Resolving Forces
Tutorial 4: SUVAT Equations
Tutorial 5: Projectiles
Tutorial 6: Connected Particles
Tutorial 7: Moments
Tutorial 8: Kinematics
Tutorial 9: Circular Motion
Tutorial 10: Work, Energy, Power
How it Works
Get in touch (below) and let us know which course you are interested in
We will put you in touch with the tutor(s), to schedule the hours of the course around a timetable that is convenient for you.
Your tutor is paid directly through bank transfer*
Tutorials are completed
Student receives an e-certificate and report card
*please note that course fees must be paid in full before the second tutorial has been completed after which refunds cannot be given.
This course is intended to expand a student’s understanding of the topic, cultivate crucial academic skills, and serve as a demonstration of their commitment to learning and capacity for autodidactic study. It is thus the ideal complement to a university application; it cannot be substituted for any necessary element of an application, but it may enhance a student’s overall portfolio. The tutor’s comments in the personalised report received upon completion of the course may be used as references or quotes in an application process.