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Walpita Rahul
focus on the setting and achievement of goals with a structured study plan. I will also supply relevant course handouts and reading material where possible. My experience with students, over the last 13 years, has lead me to believe that most students when taught under the right conditions can learn the required material in a very short time. This can be done by applying the concepts of the theory to every day situations, with which...
Kevin

Kevin

Doctorate: PhD Organic Chemistry (2005)
panic in exams or are so nervous that their performance suffers. This has to be fixed otherwise the chemistry is almost irrelevant. This takes time but over a few months the students can start to see it's not that bad and that they are more than capable of doing well. First session: I assess what the student will respond to best and tailor the sessions accordingly. Some students need encouragement, others need challenged, some work...
Mark

Mark

Masters: MSci Natural Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) (2010)
candidates look forward to their exams with confidence instead of apprehension. My experience has shown that when students receive regular tuition and have ample time to practice before their exams, they can develop a true passion for the subject and perform extremely well. Therefore, I do not put emphasis on haste, but rather on building solid foundations. When possible, I like to make tutorials interesting by not only covering the curriculum, but referring to real-life...
Jeff

Jeff

Bachelors: B.Sc. (Hons) (2.1) (Chemistry) (1978)
and mathematics from SEN level to GCSE. I have tutored (at both GCSE and A level) from the syllubi of all of the UK examination boards (WJEC, OCR, AQA, EDEXCEL,) and also from a number of international examination boards. I can provide details of examination successes for the past five years. I tutor pupils in their own home. I tend to ask pupils to organise lessons in advance so that I can give them what...
Mital

Mital

Bachelors: Chemistry BSc (2011)
for the people that prepare for it today' and so it is important from a young age to challenge the mind and allow it to explore new mediums of learning and engaging. This is what I have done most of my life and I can thankfully say it has benefited me a lot. I have always had a great relationship with all my students and have achieved excellent grades with them such as one of...
Jacek

Jacek

Doctorate: NowNANO DTC, Peptide Based Biomaterials (2017)
explaining the phenomena and I tend to encourage students to try them by themselves. I am usually trying to sensitively explain the matter of the class. If it comes to mathematics and theoretical physics, I am trying to explain everything step by step with plenty of examples going to a point when person can handle some exercises by herself/himself. I carry and bring a lot of useful materials and supply them either in handouts or...
Ian

Ian

PGCE: Chemistry With Science (2011)
5 and Higher Chemistry since 2014. My approach to tutoring is simple and effective - after an initial discussion about student needs a list of priorities is drawn up to be targeted! This could be for an assessment, a homework task, prelim or just general revision. Whatever the student needs, he/she will get. In tutoring I use a variety of different teaching methods - it may involve discussions, past papers, question and answer exercises, card...
Francisco

Francisco

Doctorate: Cum Laude (Distinction) (2011)
to pay for it. My approach to teaching students consists of the following steps: -To establish a good atmosphere between the student and myself. -To identify the student's current level and the difficulties they are experiencing in the topic we are going to start working on. -To define the learning objectives for the session so that students have a clear idea of what they need to learn. -To keep a continuous interaction with the student...
Anusha

Anusha

Doctorate: D.Phil (2006)
of ‘Basic Concepts and Calculations' - Higher IGCSE/ GCSE Chemistry – 2016 and having process in writing of another book of ‘Important Concepts and Calculations' – A - Level Chemistry. My second strength is my excellent knowledge transferring skill; I can confidently explain any harder concept in a simplest way, which has been appreciated by many students and attracted them too. I have developed very positive approach and patience from my past experience in teaching....
Austin

Austin

Doctorate: PhD Organic & Biological Chemistry (2013)
and so have a good insight into what Examiners look for when marking exams, and can couch students in exam technique. I have also worked with several adult learners to help them pass numeracy tests for Teacher Training and admission to the Fire Service. I welcome any enquiries from adult learners. Each session is tailored to what each student needs and wants to cover. I make regular assessments to pinpoint the specific areas students need...

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