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💰 What is the rate of a private chemistry tutor in Bradford?

In Bradford, the average cost of chemistry tuition is £16 per hour.

 

Tutoring rates will vary depending on:

  • The experience of your chemistry tutor
  • Where your lessons will be held (via Skype or an outside location)
  • The number of classes and the duration of each lesson
  • 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 available in Bradford to give chemistry lessons?

In Bradford and the suburban areas, 101 private chemistry teachers are available to teach courses

 

You can refer to their cv and message the tutor that suits to your needs.

 

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💻 Can you take private chemistry classes 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 work on your chemistry skills, our tutors can help you.

 

Many of our tutors offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private teachers on Superprof give chemistry classes via webcam and most of them offer their 1st lessons free!

 

To find the available online teachers, 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 webcam offer you more advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.

 

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✒️ How are chemistry teachers in Bradford scored?

From a sample of 17 ratings, pupils rated their chemistry teachers an average of 4.9 out of five.

 

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🎓 Why not take chemistry classes in Bradford?

Chemistry is one of the most fascinating subjects in high school. Many pupils 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 private chemistry tutor many students are able to excel in this subject and get the grades they need.

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You simply just have to choose your teacher and book your chemistry classes from the comfort of your 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 lessons whether you want to learn from home or at an outside location

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Chemistry is the study of matter and how it interacts. As either science or a subject in its own right alongside physics and biology, it's an obligatory subject for students in Bradford until they leave compulsory education after finishing their GCSEs.

Of course, if a student is interested in chemistry and looking to study more of the subject, they can also take chemistry at A-Level before going onto a university degree.

Let's see why you should study chemistry, the challenges chemistry students will encounter when studying the subject, what you have to learn about the subject at school, and how private chemistry tutors can help students from primary school through to GCSE, A-Level, university, and beyond!

Reasons to Study Chemistry

Whether you love chemistry or not, every student in Bradford has to study chemistry at school. As we said, it's a compulsory subject and part of the national curriculum for students until they finish GCSE. This means that you may as well work hard in your chemistry lessons and try to get the best results you can because it's not a subject that you can drop.

If you like chemistry as a subject, that's great, as there are also plenty of other good reasons to keep studying it. Chemistry graduates have excellent career prospects and there are plenty of different jobs you can do with a science degree and a chemistry degree, in particular. A chemistry graduate could become a school chemistry teacher, forensic scientist, academic researcher, or chemical engineer, for example. All of these are good jobs that pay well, too!

You could also study chemistry because it's a fascinating subject where you get opportunities to learn about how our world works and how every molecule in it will interact.

Challenges in Chemistry

Don't think that studying chemistry is all fun and games, though. Chemistry is a difficult subject and given that it covers how matter works, it technically is the study of everything in the universe, which is a lot. Whether you're in primary school, secondary school, college, or university, chemistry involves remembering a lot of information and then using it to solve problems.

This is also a science that takes place at scales that cannot be seen by the naked eye. This means the subject involves a lot of abstraction and thinking about things on a level we're not used to, which can be particularly difficult for children learning about some of the concepts for the first time in their science classes.

Areas of Chemistry Studied at School

The first time students in Bradford will get to study chemistry as part of a recognised qualification will be during GCSE. They can study Double Award Science, which counts as two GCSEs and covered physics, chemistry, and biology. There's also the option to study biology, physics, and chemistry as individual subjects and get three science GCSEs.

For students interested in the sciences, it's recommended that they do the latter so let's look at the topics they'd cover on a single science GCSE chemistry course.

We're using the AQA exam board as an example so if you study with a different exam board, remember that the course content may differ.

Students will cover atomic structure and the periodic table, bonding, and the properties of matter, chemical and energy changes, organic chemistry, and chemical analysis.

They'll also study quantitative chemistry, the chemistry of the atmosphere, and practical skills that will also help them in other sciences and subjects at school.

While a student doesn't have to study each science individually at GCSE, it is a good idea if they'll be looking to continue studying sciences at A-Level and university. Of course, if they do study a Double Award Science GCSE, they'll still have the option to go onto other sciences at A-Level.

Private Chemistry Tutoring

Any student or professional can benefit from private tuition in chemistry.

Struggling students, for example, can work with a tutor who can adapt the teaching approach to offer them the type of learning support that their teacher at school mightn't have the time or resources to offer.

Gifted students can progress academically with a private tutor and work towards getting the very best exam results through tailored study plans, working on study skills, and taking their learning in chemistry further than their school lessons.

Professionals can use private tutors to learn new skills to help them at work, retrain in a different field, or brush up on a topic that they mightn't have seen since studying chemistry at secondary school, college, or university.

Finding Chemistry Tutors in Bradford

If you're looking for private chemistry tutors in Bradford, Leeds, or around West Yorkshire, just search for them on the Superprof website. There are different types of tuition available so think carefully about which will work best for you, your preferred learning approach, and your budget.

Face-to-face tutors can adapt the learning experience to you and your level. Generally, this type of teaching is the most expensive but it's also the most cost-effective since every minute of the lesson will be spent focusing on the student and what they need to learn.

Group tuition is a good idea for those on a budget as you can share the cost of the tutor's time. This is a great idea for those who work well in groups and learn from their peers.

If you can't find any suitable or available tutors in Bradford or West Yorkshire, don't forget you can also get private tuition online via webcam. As they don't have to travel to their students and can schedule more lessons each week, these tutors usually charge less per lesson than one-on-one tutors.

Remember that a lot of the tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson for free. You can view their profile to see whether or not they offer a free first lesson and also read reviews from their other students. It's a good idea to try out several tutors using these free lessons before deciding on which one is right for you and how you like to learn.

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