I have just freshly-graduated from my Master’s Degree in Chemistry, with a First Class Honours (1st), and I have a specialization in Chemical Innovation and Regulation. I can teach Chemistry, Biology and Biochemistry for anything up to A level standard. Nevertheless, I am happy to cover all sciences and Maths, I can easily teach English to GCSE level, and Italian, which is my mother tongue. I am a warm and encouraging teacher who like to cover topics students find more challenging by asking them in advice work, subject or topics they struggled with or questions they didn't understand, so to prepare a thorough explanation which can be dealt with afterward.
I personally had the majority of the struggle in trying to find the best technique to prepare for the exams. I do actually point on visual memory, if that is a strength of the student; but a personalized approach would definitely be thought for everyone.
I started the university career as an industrial chemist (Bachelor's Degree completed in 2016, with 2:2). I started to give private lessons during the last year of the Bachelor's. This background gives me many knowledge in: Analytical Chemistry and Instrumental Analytical Chemistry; Bioorganic chemistry; Chemical Technologies for Energy Production; General and Inorganic Chemistry; Complementary Notions of Inorganic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry; Environmental Chemistry; Enzyme Structure Catalysis; Fundamentals of Polymer Science; Fundamentals of Industrial Chemistry; Introduction to Unit Operations in the Chemical Industry; Maths; Metallurgy; Organic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry I; and Physics.
Once I finished my first degree, I started a new university course. This Master's Degree I have just recently graduated in was in Chemistry, with Curriculum: Chemical Innovation and Regulation. I have a wider knowledge of many of the aforementioned subjects, plus other such as: Transport Processes and dispersion of pollutants in the atmosphere; Environmental Analysis and Detection in the Environment
Chemical Degradation and Transformation in the Environment; Chemical Pollutants and Remediation; LCA: Life Cycle Assessment; Toxicology module; Principles of toxicological assessment; Renewable sources, Green Metric, Alternative Green Solvents and Alternative Green Products; Properties of materials, new materials, and soft materials; Food and Chemistry; Drug Design, Discovery & Development; Pharmaceutical Regulations; Chemical process safety; Risk perception; Chemical Reactivity Hazards; Health and Safety in Chemistry; Safety data sheet (SDS) use; REACH, CLP, COSHH, and GHS; Advanced Risk Analysis; Quality Policy; Data management.
Rates vary depending on GCSE or A-Level specification
Private lessons' prices would be for hour.
I do accept to work with groups, but the first lesson you take will be alone, so to allow myself to understand the level and the methods the student has.
-Bsc Degree in Industrial Chemistry (University of Bologna)
-Msc Degree in Chemistry (Eurpean's Joint Master's Degree, within a Consortium of four full-partners Universities: Heriot-Watt University (UK); University of Bologna (IT); Universidade do Algarve (PT); Universitat de Barcelona (SP))
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