I am a PhD candidate in Pharmacy but I have a deep passion for chemistry starting from high school. I would like to help any students up to undergraduate levels who find it 'miserable' to digest chemistry lessons in school. In order to be good at chemistry, I believe that understanding basic concepts and mechanisms is much essential for learning key information and advanced knowledge.
I am an A-level student, studying in Victoria College Belfast.I enjoy studying physics ,chemistry and maths. I am experienced to give lessons to primary and secondary pupils.I plan my lesson effectively, such that it renders the best content to the student.I generally modify the lesson in order to cater for specific requirements of the student.
Hello, my name is Anis! I am currently a third year dental student in Queen's University Belfast. Teaching has always been my passion ever since I was in school. I have involved in a lot of tutoring activities back in Malaysia; - been the leader of study groups for quite a few time, one-to-one mentoring session, and also involved in motivational talk on studying.
I am a college student from China. I am good at chemistry and I always got full marks in the past. I would like to give lessons to secondary students. I will try my best to help you solve the problems and discuss them.
As a tutor I would check in with the student(s) to find out what they would like to focus on. I will check what they are confident in and build from there. I am a very patient person and emphatic that not everyone picks up everything as the same pace so I would personalise the lesson to the individual(s).
can solve the tough questions in chemistry,I have a plenty of knowledge in how to crack the engineering and medical entrance exams easily with a proper time table and study hours, my interest is just the CHEMISTRY and I love it the most
I do my tutoring at The Graduate School in QUB (beside the Lanyon Building). I tutor here because I can book rooms, meaning there are no distractions, there is a desk with space to spread out papers and there is a use of a projector if needed.
my teaching style is unique. also i am very cool and open minded. i teach through books as well as videos. regular tests will be taken and we can discuss the problems faced during studies. every concept will be made clear and every topic will be revised at least twice.
I am a PhD Chemistry graduate of Queen's University (graduated in 2014) giving lessons at the GCSE/A level grade but also give tutorials to undergraduate students. Anyone can learn any subject, all it takes is is the patience to figure out what the student can relate to.
I used to take class for students in university . Especially science in technology and application . I feel so proud to give knowledge to those who are in need of it . I wish to teach the kids the most, because they are the ones who need it most .
I am a student of Queen's University Belfast in the final year of my degree, and currently on track for a First Class Honours in Biochemistry with Professional Studies (BSc). I am able to adapt my teaching style depending on the requirements of the students. I can tutor both Biology and Chemistry at GCSE Level.
I'm a french student in an exchange at Queen's, and I can give Chemistry and Maths lessons. In France, I study in the second best school of Chemistry nationwide. I already gave lessons before ; generally starting with a quick review of the last class, and then exercises to put in context the new content and methods that the pupil needs to acquire.
I believe that understanding the basics of any subject is the right way to make further progress. In my teachings I would like to assess the student about his/her understanding of the subject and then help them to take it to the next level.
I base my classes on the Cambridge supervision techniques, whereby the student is given the chance to attempt questions on their own, while I guide them through their thinking process, instead of simply spoonfeeding them with information. This is a good technique to enhance cognitive skills and train the student to develop a more independent thinking style.
I'm a Chemical Engineering student who teaches GCSE and Foundation programme students. I customize my teaching styles to the needs of the student and work on the best possible way. I teach using my notes and appropriate online videos for concepts that need visualization. I have a diverse background in sports, academics and extra curriculars and would be more than happy to help out on those fronts.
I give lessons to secondary and GCSE level school pupils. My method of teaching is very student friendly and the student gets my full attention as it is a one-to-one experience.
I understand that different subjects, and indeed topics within a subject require different mechanisms for learning.
I like to ensure everything required is covered. And go by what the person I am working with is finding difficult, helping to find rhymes and methods to help understand the topic. I work with memory aids and past papers.
My teaching methodology is basically an engineer’s approach; identifying the problem that each individual student has, and finding the solution by strengthening that area through careful explanation or further practice. This way each student has a tailored experience rather than a general overview of the course, as they would in school.
I have more than 2 years of university level teaching experience. I hold a Ph.D. in Chemistry with six peer reviewed publications. I work towards building a fundamental understanding of the subject and can tailor the teaching style according to need of the student. This has been my experience that students understand better when complex concepts are taught with their practical application.
Currently a 3rd year PhD researcher in the field of environmental catalytic pollution control technology (de-NOx Nitric oxide gases and Methane catalytic converters for Diesel-Natural gas engines) at Belfast (QUB). I completed my GCSEs (2007) and A levels (2009) at Verulam state School in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.
I would use my notes supplemented with the student's own notes if they had them. Provide past paper questions in separate topics and ensure to practice exam technique aswell as explaining course content thoroughly. With sciences and maths I believe practice is key.
I tailor my lessons to each individual’s needs. Exam technique and helpful revision tips form an integral part of lessons.
I am very patient with students and i like to build an comfortable and friendly relationship with them. From my experience of helping younger students at my school I know it can be frustrating for both the students and the parent when a subject is troubling them.
I have an in depth knowledge of chemistry and can teach from A-level downwards. I know each student learns differently and can adapt lessons and how I teach to each individual student. I understand how frustrating chemistry can be.
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