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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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Scientific Vocabulary and Particle Theory

Two things that scientists do which make life difficult for learners: 1 Make up new words for...
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Successful Independent Learning

In order to achieve at GCSE and in life in general you must learn independence and this applies...
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The Way Forward

Throughout my teaching career of 43 very successful years at the chalk-face, I have always...

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • A Real Brain

    Colin Grieve GCSE Chemistry Tutor (Bournemouth) Picture “How wonderful it would be to have a Real Brain which could tell you things.” This is one of Pooh’s profound thoughts. The good news is that we have an amazing brain which can tell us many things. In an exam situation there are various factors that can enable our brains to function so that we...
  • How it is Made....Focus

    Sue Lin Vazeille GCSE Chemistry Tutor (Harrow) Picture Everywhere we look there's Science ! Try it. If you are looking at the TV screen while playing on the PS4 or watching X Factor, do you wonder how the images come onto the screen? When we eat a doughnut peach too, I wonder how they managed to create such a flat peach? Each time remember to find...