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North East Chemistry Tutors & North East Chemistry Tuition

First Tutors can help you to find a private chemistry tutor in the North East region and across the UK. Home chemistry tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our search to find local chemistry tutors near you in the North East region and choose which best meets your needs.

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Hannah

Hannah

Doctorate: Ph.D Molecular Biology (University of Edinburgh) (2002)
take on students of all abilities. I have also taught at University level (2nd year biochemistry) and have mentored undergraduate and postgraduate students. I have some experience tutoring students with mild specific learning difficulties (ADHD, Asperger's). My approach varies depending on the student as all have different needs and learning styles. For GCSE/A-level tuition, I usually concentrate on exam practice, with in-depth topic study for the more problematic subjects. I also use multimedia aids to...
Sarah

Sarah

PGCE: PGCE in Science/Biology Secondary Teaching (1994)
means I can offer tutoring in the comfort of your own home and anywhere geographically. Also I offer tutoring from my home or a combination of online and face to face. With all tutees, I offer support between sessions via text or e mail as I recognise there maybe times when students wish to know something which cannot wait till the next session. I have a flexible approach to tutoring to suit each individual tutee....
Andrew

Andrew

Doctorate: PhD inChemistry (2005)
a one-to-one basis. I have a vast knowledge of the Science syllabus at schools and the Chemistry syallabus at A-Level. Talk to the student and find out what aspects of Chemistry they're having problems with. Solve problem areas in a step-by-step fashion, using the student's own notes and text books. Ask lots of questions to find out what the student already knows, and then help the student to work through problems in a step-by step...

Malcolm

PGCE: Passed (1985)
CRB check necessary for all teachers Although many students understand the theory underpinning the subject they often misinterpret exam questions, so much ,if not most,of my time is spent going over past exam questions.This highlights any misunderstandings they might have, which can adversely affect a large section of work, but once sorted and with some practice their confidence grows, which is vital. If students have missed some basic theory due to illness etc… I have...
Jason

Jason

Bachelors: BSc (hons) (2008)
crucial given the limited available for tutorials. I have found that understanding the topic is not enough; students need to be able to communicate in writing what they know. As a result, I have started to place a much greater emphasis on being able to answer exam questions; examiners are not clairvoyant and must adhere to a strict marking scheme. Science has a beauty and elegance that, while apparent to me, is elusive to many...
Severine

Severine

Doctorate: physics and Chemistry (2006)
France, tutoring and mentoring new teachers and supply teaching at university level. 4 years ago I was sent by France in England to study the different way of teaching science in your country. I wish to continue my career in England, continuing to use my French teaching skills adding what I have learnt recently. I offer £35 the lesson at A level for 2 students Humour, practise, practise and practise and if you want to...
Philip

Philip

Doctorate: PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1986)
for some tutees. I am versed in exam techniques and use past papers to identify student's weaknesses and then explain the rationale behind the best answers to exam questions and what examiners are looking for. I use my diverse array of experience in teaching and industry to explain the importance and application of the scientific concepts being taught and relate these to the practical laboratory experience of the student. I also consider the learning preferences...
Lisa

Lisa

Bachelors: First Class BSc (Hons) Physics with Astrophysics (2000)
thank Lisa for everything and say if you are looking for a private tutor then I would highly recommend Lisa.' From Donna Reavey, August 2014 (GCSE Maths) 'With thanks & gratitude for your excellent tutoring, this combined with Imogen's hard work has been reflected in her GCSE results - an 'A' in Mathematics(Higher), 'B' Science & 'C' in Additional Science. This time last year she had really 'lost her way' with her studies but with...
Kenny

Kenny

Doctorate: PhD Physics (2013)
During this time I have privately tutored both undergraduate A-Level and GCSE students. I vary my approach to tutoring depending on the needs, ability and age of the student, but in all cases I'm patient, friendly and encouraging. When there is sufficient time, students are encouraged to complete some diagnostic work to establish both their ability and confidence across the curriculum. This allows the tutorials to be planned appropriately for each specific student. Just before...
Douglas Howard

Douglas Howard

Doctorate: PhD (1984)
from detailed planning of lessons that are varied, enjoyable, relevant and student centred where it is the student’s own efforts that creates the new learning. Above all lessons must be a positive experience that builds confidence and this comes from patience plenty of encouragement and pitching tasks at the right level so that students can achieve. Students learn in different ways and methods and materials need to be selected with this in mind. I am...

First Tutors is the best place to discover through one search the most suitable private chemistry teacher for your needs in the North East region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to compliment your online education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our search will order home chemistry tutors (from the North East region) in your area according to their chemistry tuition charges and distance from you. Before finalising an arrangement with a home North East chemistry teacher, you can ask questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. For those in the midst of revision for chemistry exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the North East area.

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