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💰 How pricey is chemistry tuition in Belfast and the surrounding areas?

Chemistry tuition costs around £16 per hour in Belfast.


Rates will vary depending on:

  • The experience of your chemistry tutor
  • Where your lessons will be held (via Skype or your place)
  • The frequency of your lessons and the duration of each class
  • The goal of your chemistry classes. Eg are you preparing to sit your A level chemistry exam or studying at university level?

97% of private tutors on Superprof offer their 1st lesson free.


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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many teachers are currently offering private chemistry tuition in Belfast?

In Belfast and the surrounding areas, 84 private chemistry tutors are available to teach private courses


You can check out their tutoring cv and choose the teacher that suits to your needs.


Choose your chemistry course in Belfast from our range of more than 84 tutor profiles available.

💻 Can you take private chemistry lessons online?

On Superprof, you can learn chemistry online with a private tutor. Whether you need help revising for your A levels, are struggling with coursework, or would just like to improve your chemistry skills, our tutors can help you.


Many of our teachers offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private teachers on Superprof offer chemistry classes via Skype and most of them give their first lessons free!


To find the available online classes, 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.


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✒️ What is the average score of chemistry teachers in Belfast?

From a sample of 14 ratings, students scored their chemistry teachers an average of 5.0 out of 5.


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🎓 Why should you start private chemistry lessons in Belfast?

Chemistry is one of the most interesting subjects in secondary school. Many teens struggle with chemistry as it is such a vast subject. There are many subject areas in chemistry such as biochemistry, organic chemistry, and physical chemistry and there are also mathematical elements to chemistry which many students find difficult.


With the help of a chemistry tutor many students are able to excel in this subject and get the grades they need.

Take chemistry lessons to learn more about the different areas of chemistry with a certified private tutor.


You simply just have to pick your private teacher and reserve your chemistry course from home or take online classes


A messaging service is available on the platform that allows you to get in touch with your tutor to organise your chemistry classes whether you want to learn from the comfort of your home or at an outside location

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Chemistry is the science of matter and how it behaves. Alongside physics and biology, it is one of the compulsory sciences taught to students in Belfast until GCSE. While students can choose to either study it at GCSE as either a Double Award Science GCSE or Single Science Chemistry GCSE, they will have to study it until they leave school.

From there, students can continue to study chemistry at A-Level before moving onto a degree at university and there are a lot of jobs in chemistry so you wouldn't blame them for doing it.

If you're interested in chemistry, let's have a look at the reasons you should study it, the challenges chemistry students face, what you can learn about chemistry while you're still in school, and how private tutoring can help you at every stage of your chemistry education from GCSE to university and beyond.

Why You Should Study Chemistry

The first and most pragmatic reason to study chemistry is that you have to. As an obligatory subject right until GCSE, you can't ignore it so you may as well accept it and do as well in it as you can. To get the best results at school, you'll need to do well in your chemistry exam whether it's a chemistry GCSE or part of the Double Award Science GCSE.

Beyond that, you might want to study chemistry at A-Level and as a degree at university. This is a great idea because not only is chemistry a fascinating subject, it also comes with great career prospects. A degree in chemistry could lead to jobs as an academic researcher, chemical engineer, clinical scientist, forensic scientist, research scientist, or school chemistry teacher.

Studying chemistry will also teach you some transferable skills like problem-solving, working in teams, using technology, and time management.

Challenges in Chemistry

There are plenty of good reasons to study chemistry, but we'd all be chemists if it were only that easy. Unfortunately, studying chemistry is not without its challenges.

For one, chemistry is the study of matter and let's just say that this means that the subject includes everything! There's a lot to learn and whether it's in primary school, secondary school, college, or university, chemistry can be challenging. Students at every level are expected to remember a lot of information and how to use it.

It's also one of the sciences that looks at a lot of things at scales that students will find difficult to understand. In a chemical reaction, for example, things are happening at a molecular and atomic level, which can make it very hard for students to understand, especially very young students who'll have never studied anything like this when they first start studying sciences.

Areas of Chemistry Studied at School

For almost every secondary school student in Belfast, the GCSE in chemistry or Double Award Science GCSE will be their first opportunity to study chemistry, sit an exam, and come out with a recognised qualification. For any student with an interest or passion for chemistry, it's a good idea to study it as a single science.

With that in mind, let's look at what the Single Science Chemistry GCSE involves. We're considering the CCEA exam specification so if you study with a different exam board, the topics covered in your course may be different.

Lessons will cover topics like structures, trends, chemical reactions, and quantitative chemistry. They'll also need to show an understanding of chemical reaction rates, equilibrium, and organic chemistry.

Of course, it's not the end of the world if you can't study chemistry as a single science and instead take the Double Award exam. From there, you can still move onto A-Levels and university courses in chemistry.

Private Tuition in Chemistry

Private tutors can help both gifted and struggling students with their chemistry lessons or any other science for that matter.

With struggling students, a tutor can offer a different learning experience that the student's teacher mightn't have the time or the resources to offer them in their regular classes.

Gifted students can get ahead of their peers by diving deeper into the subjects they're learning at school or by preparing for their exams with the help of an experienced tutor.

Private tutors aren't just for school, college, or university students, though. They can also help professionals looking to learn new skills, change careers, or help them to brush up on topics or subjects they mightn't have touched upon since they were studying chemistry back at school or university.

Finding a Chemistry Tutor in Belfast

If you've decided that a private tutor is right for you, you can find plenty of talented and experienced chemistry tutors in and around Belfast through the Superprof website.

There are different types of teaching approaches available so think about which would work best for you, your preferred learning experience, and your budget.

Face-to-face tutoring is the most common and allows the tutor to adapt the experience to the student, their level, and how they like to learn. Of course, this tailored approach translates to a lot of extra work for the tutor so they tend to charge a little more than you'd pay for a generic class.

On the other hand, group tutoring is great for those on a budget but won't offer this tailored approach. However, some students respond well to being taught in groups and learning from their peers. This is also useful for smaller groups of students looking to revise for exams.

If you can't find any available or suitable tutors in or around Belfast, don't forget that you can also get online tutoring via webcam. There are tutors are all over the world ready to help you and online tutoring tends to be just as effective as face-to-face tutorials for academic subjects like maths, English, biology, physics, and chemistry of course!

When you view a tutor's profile, make sure to check whether they offer the first lesson for free. You can use these free lessons to try a few different tutors before picking the one that's right for you and how you like to learn.

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