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Easy and Effective Revision Tips

If the word “revision” and “exams” fill you with stress and panic, fear no more! Here are 10...
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A level Chemistry: which exam board?

Having taught all four A level Chemistry exams available, i.e. Edexcel, AQA, OCR and OCRSalters...
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Exams are easy!

If I told you that exams are easy, what would you say? I haven't met too many people who agree...
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Elements and the Periodic Table

Did you know, that to understand the properties of elements in the periodic table, it helps to...

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  • Advice for GCSE and A-Level Students

    Dr Victor Bluett A-level Chemistry Tutor (Twickenham) Picture As soon as you start your GCSE or A-level course at school, ensure that you know which Examination Board is involved (Edexcel, AQA or OCR). Go to the website and download and print off the specification. This tells you everything that you need to know for the examination. You can also download,...
  • How to make notes for A Level Chemistry & Biology

    Gemma Shearer A-level Chemistry Tutor (Bradford) Picture We've all sat there, intending to make some fantastic notes but ended up doing nothing more than copy out the whole page of the textbook. I'm not proud to say that this is pretty much what I did to revise for my AS levels. I even copied down the captions on the images. Copying out the...
  • Teaching Strategies For An Online Chemistry Tutor

    Dr Kevin Hutchings A-level Chemistry Tutor (Brighton) Picture Many parents and students looking for a tutor have the image of someone coming into their home or travelling to the tutor's house. This conjures an image of disrupted family life; as time is spent accommodating a tutor, or time spent travelling at busy times of the day or evening. Often tutors...


  • Advice for students

    Dr Sandip A-level Chemistry Tutor (Rochester) Picture Learning is a lifelong process. Learn to gain knowledge where high grade should be the output of this process. ## Make your "Basics" clear. Take time to make the fundamentals of any topic/subject crystal clear. High rise buildings can not be built without good foundations !!!## Carry your...
  • 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 very probably distracted by the...
  • How to Develop Effective Exam Technique

    John Senior A-level Chemistry Tutor (Stevenage) Picture In my view effective tutoring involves three elements; a sound subject knowledge which covers the breadth and width of the whole course specification, the ability to teach and develop learning skills, including exam technique and the ability to develop the students confidence in their own...