I am a chemistry researcher with over five years of experience in research and teaching. I have a PhD, in Nanochemistry and Spectroscopy from the University of Strathclyde and a Master of Science, in Forensic and Analytical Chemistry.
I am a 19 year old undergraduate student studying Medical Sciences in Canada. I will give lessons to secondary school pupils, making use of past papers for emphasis on developing an effective exam technique as well as focusing on their understanding of key scientific disciplines.
I teach by examples, key points, short phrases to help remember key facts and full topic revision notes that are simplified to allow expantion of knowledge
Hi everyone! I am a Chemistry student at the University of Glasgow in my final year and then going on to complete my year long PGDE in teaching to become a Chemistry teacher. I have done Maths up to first year university level, Biology up to second year university level and Chemistry up to third year university level. I have experience of working with children in Chemistry, Biology and Maths.
A keen maths, physics and chemistry student who takes pride in the subjects and hopes to help younger students have a clearer understanding while becoming more confident. My approach is individually planned to cater for each students own needs at there own pace. I have a calm, friendly and patient manner and want to positively motivate others.
I believe confidence is the biggest factor in being successful in a exam I can boost your child’s confidence within their subject something that’s not always done in the classroom! I am always available over text etc so your child will never feel stuck with anything even if I’m not due a lesson with them, there’s nothing worse than getting worked up over a question you can’t understand!
Specifically with science, if you understand the practical you'll understand the theory. I find its easier to know how something works and the why before discussing the mathematics behind it. Equations are difficult until you know where the numbers are coming from.
My name is Dr Nada Zain, and I am a chemistry researcher and lecturer with over twenty five years of experience in research and teaching. I have a PhD, in Physical Organic Chemistry from Glasgow University, a Master of Science, in Industrial Organic Chemistry and a Bachelor of Science, in General Chemistry.
I have been tutoring for students of all levels for several years. My approach to teaching is friendly and relaxing and I make sure that learning is an enjoyable experience for all my students. I offer personalised tutoring for individual needs rather than reading or teaching the same to all. This proved successful by looking at results of my students (references are available on request).
I deliver lessons to any high school or early university students in physics or mathematics, and I teach up to advanced higher in chemistry. My lessons generally begin with a recap of the last session, and feedback on homework. Then, the student will highlight any new or persisting areas of difficulty and I will gauge their progress and any work that needs to be done.
I am currently a first year medical student at the University of Glasgow. I have straight As throughout my school career and took biology, chemistry and maths (statistics) to advanced higher.
My teaching method is of a informal manner. I believe this is the best way to teach in a one to one space as it will make it easier for the student to engage with the tutor. I am very easy to speak to and am able to understand problems as I probably made them at some point to. As I am still a teenager, I will not be as intimidating to a young learner as a older tutor may be so am perfect.
I am able to cover past course work or teach entirely new content. In addition it would be possible to provide new course notes. Having just finished school myself gives me a good understanding of current SQA exams.
As a current second year undergraduate student in Chemistry, I can help with high school level Chemistry or GCE Advanced Level Chemistry. I can answer questions related to syllabus and prepare for the type of questions that appear in papers regularly. I can provide self prepared notes or post discussions, etc.
I've got a postgrad degree from the University of Glasgow and though I taught my students when I was at high school, my new found knowledge would only enhance my lessons further focusing on combining fun and learning at a suitable pace for the student.
PhD engineering student who is looking to give lessons for different levels with the latest and easiest ways to teach the students and making them understanding well the subjects. I also have a flexible time to give lessons to the students.
I try to personalise my teaching to each student so they can get the most from every lesson. I often let the student take the lead and suggest topics so they gain confidence and feel more prepared for their exams.
Hello! I'm a second year undergraduate student studying Bsc (Hons) Genetics. With great interest in Math, Chemistry, and Biology, I am inclined to teaching students struggling with math and chemistry. I like to work through hardest topics first (relative from student to student), building confidence as time passes for the same.
I can give some methods. It depend on student. We can try to solve question from your homework. I can explain the homework. We can also discuss theory from your class. I can give you some example and question for practice.
I have received the third academic position in the department for my Undergraduate degree. I have always been great at academics, and a regular debater. I believe that I can use my experience in Biotechnology and the physical sciences to create a more student friendly environment. I have also received a really good TOEFL score (111/120).
I am a 27 year-old graduate medical student with experience in tutoring young people in Chemistry, Maths, and English. I have tutored to IGCSE and IB level, and would be capable to tutor equivalent highers. I graduated with 1st class honours in Biomedical science from the University of Aberdeen. Also more than willing to help with university applications and careers advice.
Hello! Currently a student at Glasgow university, I would be happy to give lessons in maths, physics, biology or chemistry up to A-levels. I recently obtained my baccalaureate with excellent grades in all scientific subjects, and I would love to help other students get the grades they want to achieve. I have a variety of creative methods for learning acquired from previous tutoring experiences.
In this lessons we will have a dynamic class where we will practice maths and we will solve doubts about any issues related with the subject. I offer this class in two languages, English, and Spanish.
I believe every student is different in the way he/she learns. I offer my first class free to gain the trust of my student and to recognise his/her individual learning style. I would then discuss with my student to see if my teaching style would suit him/her. I prepare a lesson plan before every class based on the students learning style.
I'm an IB graduate (survivor) currently studying Theoretical Physics at the University of Glasgow. My teaching is specially suited to the new International Baccalaureate syllabus, with tips for current IB students on their upcoming Internally and Externally assessed coursework, and CAS assessment.
I teach each lesson based on the students needs and abilities. I From years of studying the respective subjects, I can offer an in depth explanation to the relative subject matter which allows the student a whole different perspective from the approach taken in the classroom. I hold the view that rigorous past paper practice is the key to achieving good grades in exams.
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