What's required by you! I believe there is huge importance to learning the key principles behind the science, not just a list of what happens and why, as this makes the understanding far easier for when it comes to exams and you have to apply the knowledge to foreign examples. However, with this said obviously there is a large range of topics out there, and I wish to provide the most specifically tailored learning for your individual needs! I find any small problems, or the 'one thing I just can't quite get my head around' tends to have a solution typically found in looking at the wrong key principle.
I am a trained Chemist who studied at Nottingham Trent University (Top 20 ranked chemistry course at my time of study - Guardian) Who chose Advanced Chemical Analysis as my specialism. For my training I studied all of Physical, Organic, and Inorganic Chemistry to a high level, however any third year degree level Inorganic chemistry questions are best suited for someone else as it was my weakest area. In terms of school work for sciences / A levels I took all three to AS level and Physics and Chemistry to A2 alongside Mathematics.
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Studied BSc(Hons) Chemistry At Nottingham Trent University achieving a 2:2 Degree in August 2019
Studied A Levels in Maths Physics and Chemistry at Ranelagh School Bracknell
Studied AS Level Biology as well as the Maths Physics and Chemistry at Ranelagh School Bracknell.
Whilst studying at Nottingham Trent I found the learning experience to be quite different to my time at secondary school and sixth form. I intend to impart that style as a default towards my teachings, however if a different style works better for each person on an individual level I am more than happy to adapt! The studying background I have is quite a hands on lab work background, with lots of reports and write ups for experimental data. My specialism whilst at University was Always in my practical work and it's associated write ups. The data analysis was always a favoured part of my work, with the linking it to the science behind it being the key bridge that separated a good write up from an excellent one. I averaged First Class Honours across all my write ups in Organic, Inorganic, and Physical chemistry and want to help others to do that too.
Exams are hard, and if you struggle at taking them, especially in sciences, it can be a huge, daunting prospect. When learning A-Levels I found it to be memorising a bunch of individual facts rather than learning the understanding behind them so you can apply the knowledge to a variety of situations. Ever take an exam after studying a bunch of past papers and feel like yours was completely different? This is usually because the topics are the same but asked in different ways that candidates aren't prepared for. I aim to show that with the background understanding rarely taught in schools or colleges, these situations can help to be avoided completely.
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