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A private biology tutor costs on average £16 per hour in Bradford.
Tutors rates will vary depending on:
97% of private instructors on Superprof give the first session free.
In Bradford and the suburban areas, 87 private biology tutors are available to give lessons
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Choose your biology course from our range of more than 87 tutor profiles.
On Superprof, you can learn biology online with a private tutor. Whether you need help revising for your GCSEs, are struggling with coursework or would just like to work on your biology skills, our tutors can help you.
Many of our teachers also offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private tutors on Superprof give biology classes via webcam and most of them offer their 1st lessons free!
To find the available online tutors, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.
Online courses via Skype offer you more advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.
Students scored their biology tutors on average 4.9 out of 5 from a sample of 17 scores.
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Biology is one of the hardest subjects in school. Many pupils struggle with biology as it is such a vast subject. There are many areas of study in biology such as marine biology, botany, zoology, and microbiology. Just to name a few.
With the help of a private biology tutor many students are able to excel in this subject.
Take biology classes to learn more about the different areas of biology with a competent private tutor.
Whether you want to take private lessons from the comfort of your home or at an outside location, choose your private teacher and book your biology classes today.
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Biology is the science of living organisms and arguably one of the most important subjects taught in primary and secondary schools. It's also a fascinating subject that some students will want to continue onto A-Level or even study a university degree in biology.
If you've got an interest in biology, let's have a look at why you should study it, the challenges students will face when studying biology, what you can learn about the subject while at secondary school, and how private tutoring can help both students and professionals to learn more about biology.
If we're going to be pragmatic about it, you should study biology because you have to. As a compulsory subject right up to GCSE, you're going to have to attend biology lessons, take exams in the subject, and do well in it. Since it's unavoidable, you may as well engage with the subject and all the fascinating things you can learn about it.
As we've just alluded to, biology is also a fascinating subject and you can learn a lot about the miracle of life on our planet whilst also gaining skills that will help you in other subjects. As you study biology, you can learn useful skills that will help you with other hard science subjects like chemistry, physics, and maths while also developing skills and competencies that are useful in other subjects and certain lines of work.
Biology is also a great subject to study as it'll help you find work. There are plenty of different careers and lines of work you can do with a biology degree or qualification. You could work as a secondary school teacher, research scientist, academic researcher, higher education lecturer, marine biologist, or scientific laboratory technician, to name a few.
No subject is without its challenges and biology is no exception. It's a fascinating subject, but it can also be a difficult one. Primary school children or secondary school, college, and university students can all struggle with their biology lessons.
For children, learning about life on a scale they can't see is quite difficult. This requires a bit of abstraction and not every student will immediately grasp these new concepts as they're taught them.
Beyond their first foray into the world of biology, students will also need excellent maths and writing skills, especially at university, where they'll need to solve equations and write reports and essays on experiments and complex topics.
Like English and maths, throughout primary school and secondary school, children in Bradford and West Yorkshire will have to study either science or biology. It's a compulsory subject right up to GCSE so whether a student chooses to study Double Award Science GCSE or as the Biology Single Science GCSE alongside chemistry and physics, they can't avoid biology.
With that in mind, let's look at what they can learn about by taking biology as a single subject. There are a few different exam boards so there may be some minor differences in terms of course structure and the topics covered. We've taken the AQA exam as an example.
Students will learn about cell biology, organisation, infection and response, bioenergetics, homeostasis and response, evolution, and ecology.
For any student with an interest in biology, they should probably opt for the single science as it allows for a deeper study of the subject. However, it isn't the end of the world if they study a Double Award Science GCSE as they'll still be able to continue their studies in biology at A-Level and as a degree.
For both struggling and gifted students, private biology tuition is an excellent idea.
Private tutors can help struggling students by offering them the kind of learning support that their teacher in school mightn't have the time or resources to offer. Similarly, a private biology tutor can cover just the topics the student struggles with and offer a teaching approach that works for the student.
For gifted students, tutors can also teach them at a pace and introduce them to topics in biology that aren't featured on the curriculum and stimulate their thirst for learning. This can be particularly useful if they've shown an interest in the subject and find their regular classes slow or boring.
If you're looking for a private biology tutor in Bradford or around West Yorkshire, check out tutors offering biology lessons on the Superprof website. They can help students and professionals of all ages to do better in their lessons, prepare for exams, or learn useful skills.
There are different types of tuition available and each comes with advantages and disadvantages so think carefully about what you need to learn and how you like to learn before you start searching for tutors.
Face-to-face tuition allows the lessons and learning approaches to be adapted to the student, making them particularly effective. However, these tutors tend to charge more than some of the others.
Group tutoring is great for those on a budget and those who enjoy the experience of learning with other students. With the cost of lessons shared amongst the students, these are usually the cheapest type of tutorials available.
If you can't find any suitable or available tutors in Bradford or West Yorkshire, you can always broaden your search to include online private biology tutors. As they don't have to travel to their students and can schedule more lessons each week, their rates aren't usually as high as the others. Online tutors can teach academic subjects like maths, English, chemistry, physics, and biology just as effectively as face-to-face tutors, too.
A lot of the tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson for free so look for this on their profile before you contact them. It's also a good idea to look at how many years of experience they have, how long they've taught, and whether they specialise in certain exams like A-Levels, GCSEs, or university degrees. You can also read reviews left by their other students and see how much they charge per hour.
Once you've found a few that match what you're looking for, you can start contacting them and arranging free lessons and discussing how they can help you or your children with biology.