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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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Two recommended books for A level chemistry

The best resources for A level chemistry I have found so far have been: 1. Collins Advanced...
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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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'Thinking' And 'Doing' Science Practicals

‘Science is about exciting techniques, method, investigation and experimentation. It’s about...

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    My focus is to build strong fundamentals. Each student is different, so is the teaching pattern. A regular home work and assessment is part of the tuition. I also provide revision notes. Few toppers at Independent and Grammar schools are my students.
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    I studied Chemistry at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2016 with a 2.1. I play and teach violin and viola, and tutor Maths and all three Sciences. In tutoring, I help my students find answers themselves, helping both understanding and recall.
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    I have taught 1:1 for more than twenty years. I am familiar with all the different exam boards for GCSE/IGCSE Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, also for AS/A2 Chemistry including Salters as well as IB/Pre-U Chemistry.
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Chemistry Articles

  • Returning To Tutoring After a Career as a Chemist

    Frances Collins A-level Chemistry Tutor (Twickenham) Picture I have spent over 25 years in industry, firstly as an organometallic chemist and then as a patent attorney specialising in chemical inventions for the oil industry. I have worked in many different chemical areas including; polymers; catalysts; refining of crude oil; enhanced oil recovery;...
  • What's expected of you in an exam

    Tim Ayling A-level Chemistry Tutor (Sutton) Picture If you want to learn the correct exam technique for A-Level Chemistry, you have to do loads  of past papers. That's a given.But you also need to know how to approach the questions in the first place and it's very important that you have the right mindset for this. So, every time you attempt a...
  • AS Chemistry Multiple Choice

    Amrita Dodd A-level Chemistry Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Why was the mole of oxygen molecules excited when he walked out of a singles bar? He got Avogadro’s number! Avogadro’s number is the unit (which could be electrons, atoms, molecules or ions) present in one mole of a substance and I’m not surprised oxygen was so happy because Avogadro’s...

 

  • 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...
  • 'Thinking' And 'Doing' Science Practicals Editor's Pick

    Dr Gail Beuschel A-level Chemistry Tutor (Newport) Picture ‘Science is about exciting techniques, method, investigation and experimentation. It’s about taking your knowledge and testing it in the real world. It’s about spotting flaws, problems and anomalies, trying to understand where they came from. It’s about being open-minded, self-critical and...
  • 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,...