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Bonding In Chemistry

There are three types of bonding; ionic, covalent and metallic bonding. IONIC BONDING is based...
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Using Specifications as a Revision Resource

One of the most important course materials and revision aids that you can have is a copy of your...
A-level Chemistry

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Revision Strategies

When trying to achieve high grades students should first learn all facts so that they have a...
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The importance of practical chemistry?

A few years ago, before I became a full time private tutor, I was teaching at a girl's...

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  • Bonding In Chemistry Editor's Pick

    Dr Hanna Beyer GCSE Chemistry Tutor (Canterbury) Picture There are three types of bonding; ionic, covalent and metallic bonding. IONIC BONDING is based on electrostatic attraction between ions, charged atoms that have either lost or picked up one or more electrons. Ionic bonding involves the transfer of electrons. It happens between metals and...
  • Getting Ready For The GCSE Year

    Nicholas Green GCSE Chemistry Tutor (West London) Picture GCSEs are a time of trepidation for all. For most students it is the first time they will write exams of consequence. As we sit gazing into another academic year, parents and children alike need to begin implementing a plan. I am going to try and give 10 simple tips that will make the whole...
  • Effective Studying of A-level Chemistry

    Dr  Beata Klejevskaja A-level Chemistry Tutor (Twickenham) Picture Chemistry is a fascinating subject which offers insights into the structure, chemical and physical properties of matter. At the same time it is one of most difficult subjects to learn. To achieve A/A* grades requires not only excellent recall of the required facts, but a thorough understanding...

 

  • Medicine vs Teaching...it's a no brainer! Editor's Pick

    Miss Deters A-level Chemistry Tutor (Bromley) Picture So...you've got all A's and A*'s at CGSE? Great. You've even got A's at A Level? Not bad. So what do you want to do with your life? This is a difficult questions pondered by many of our bright young adults coming into the working world. With top qualifications, there will always be a push to...
  • Balancing "A" Levels against Quality of Life.

    David Chitty A-level Chemistry Tutor (Coventry) Picture Commencing the study of "A" - Levels in year 12 may be a very, very, daunting experience. The following observations and advice is offered in the hope that it may be of use to new "A" level students. Obviously you are now all "young Adults" and are probably distracted by the attractions of...
  • Understanding Chemistry

    Robert Ainsworth A-level Chemistry Tutor (Northampton) Picture Chemistry is a unified subject that requires an understanding of all 3 areas i.e. physical, organic and inorganic. It is difficult to progress in one area unless one has a thorough understanding of unifying concepts, for example electron configuration and moles. I believe in explaining to...