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Useful Textbooks for A Level Chemistry

There are many wonderful chemistry textbooks, although for my students I would recommend: John...
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How to get that elusive A* at A level chemistry

Chemistry is one of the hardest A levels and as well as being essential for subjects like...
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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...
A-level Chemistry

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How to Succeed in Chemistry

Chemistry is a very REAL world subject. It encapsulates the concepts and principles of this...

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  • Adrian Terruli Harringay, N15 Silver Member

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    15 years as a qualified teacher - of which 4 years as KS3 Science Co-Ordinator 3 years as a Personal Tutor I have taught AQA, Edexcel and OCR at GCSE level OCR and AQA at A level (currently teaching OCR)
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    As a tutor, I welcome students studying KS3, GCSE and A level modules, and I believe that my tuition is a valuable addition to mainstream schooling.
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    I'm an energetic and passionate teacher, comfortable with all three sciences. I have worked on all exam boards and focus heavily on exam techniques and confidence levels.
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    I am an experienced secondary school teacher. In the sessions that I offer, we will revise the key facts, using these to underpin how to apply ideas to exam questions if appropriate, in the areas that the student is having difficulty with.
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    I am a current 5th year medical student at Imperial College London on their competitive graduate entry programme. Throughout my university life I have informally tutored university students and family members through their GCSEs and A levels
  • Robert Ainsworth Central Wellingborough, NN6

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    i believe in using as many past papers to help students comprehend answers. I use very little it as i prefer one to one teaching.
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Chemistry Articles

  • Atomic Structure

    Mahima Laroyia GCSE Chemistry Tutor (Oxford) Picture Atomic structure is the basic topic of chemistry and all chemistry chapters whether they are of GCSE, AS or A2 begins with this topic. In this topic you are expected to know about the following:-  a) What are protons, neutron and electrons? Relative charge, position and the mass of each one of...
  • 3-Prong Approach to Achieving Your Full Potential

    Dr Paul Kilkenny A-level Chemistry Tutor (Bromley) Picture I use the following 3-pronged approach:(1) past papers - probably the highest priority items as using them enables simultaneous learning of facts and technique. Also, the brain is 'hungry' when it come to a question that it cannot answer, so better retention occurs from this (as compared with...
  • How to Succeed in Chemistry Editor's Pick

    Dr Noel J. Dickson A-level Chemistry Tutor (Harrow) Picture Chemistry is a very REAL world subject. It encapsulates the concepts and principles of this exciting and vibrant discipline. Chemistry should be FUN; it should not just be a conglomeration of facts which you then regurgitate for the purposes of the examination at the end of your...

 

  • Easy and Effective Revision Tips Editor's Pick

    Ejeh Nas A-level Chemistry Tutor (North London) Picture If the word “revision” and “exams” fill you with stress and panic, fear no more! Here are 10 tips to help you revise effectively. Draw up a revision timetableResearch shows that shorter 20-30 minute sessions work best, because your concentration is much higher. Also setting yourself a time...
  • 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...
  • Succeeding at Science

    James Murphy GCSE Chemistry Tutor (North London) Picture Even in well taught science lessons you cannot be sure that you have really got it and even if you do get it the exam will usually be some way off. So it is a question of understanding and recall on the day. My advice for success is to read over your lesson notes or probably better your revision...