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💰 How expensive is chemistry tuition in Nottingham and the surrounding areas?

In Nottingham, the average rate of a private chemistry tutor is £15 per hour.

 

Tutoring rates will vary depending on:

  • The experience of your chemistry teacher
  • Where your lessons will be held (online or an outside location)
  • The number of lessons and the duration of each class
  • The objective of your chemistry classes. Eg are you preparing to sit your A level chemistry exam or studying at university level?

97% of private teachers on Superprof offer the 1st hour of the lesson free.

 

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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many private teachers are currently available for chemistry lessons in Nottingham?

193 teachers are available to give chemistry tuition in Nottingham and the suburban areas.

 

To find your private tutor, read their tutoring advert to find out more information about their courses.

 

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💻 How can I 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 improve your chemistry skills, our tutors can help you.

 

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

 

To find the available online lessons, 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 benefits. 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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✒️ What is the average score of chemistry tutors in Nottingham?

From a sample of 22 ratings, pupils scored their chemistry tutors an average of 5.0 out of 5.

 

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🎓 Why not take chemistry lessons in Nottingham?

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

 

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

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

 

Whether you want to take private lessons from the comfort of your home or at an outside location, pick your private tutor and book your chemistry course today.

 

There is a messaging system in place on the platform that allows you to communicate with your tutor to schedule your classes whether you want to have your lessons from home or take online classes.

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Chemistry is the science of matter, elements, compounds, and how all these chemicals react, interact, and behave. Much like physics and biology, it's commonly taught in schools as it's a compulsory subject from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4, where most students will complete their GCSEs.

It's certainly a fascinating subject and a lot of students in Nottingham love it, but there are certainly students who aren't huge fans of it. Either way, they have to study it and whether they're looking to do a degree in chemistry or just avoid falling behind in their chemistry classes at secondary school, private tutors can help.

What Makes Chemistry Such a Fascinating Subject

While you get to do experiments in research in your biology and physics classes, chemistry is arguably the most exciting subject, especially in secondary school. Chemistry is the subject with some of the most memorable experiments and certainly will have children telling their parents about what they got to do in class that day.

The main focus of any academic subject is to teach the students about it, it's just handy that chemistry happens to involve a lot of exciting lessons. This isn't to say that physics and biology don't, it's just that there are few subjects where the teacher will tell students to set things on fire or melt things with acid (all safely, of course!).

Then there are all the things you can do with what you learn in chemistry lessons. After all, the experience you gain from doing all these cool experiments can teach you transferrable skills that you can use in other sciences and school subjects like English, history, and mathematics. None of the time spent doing chemistry experiments will be a waste!

Like with any other science, studying chemistry will teach you how to solve problems, communicate, maintain records and data, work in teams, conduct research, and use computers and other types of technology.

Careers in Chemistry

Like maths, biology, and physics, there are great career prospects for students who choose to study chemistry at university. There are probably more you can do with a chemistry degree than you think. You could become a chemist, lab technician, environmental scientist, or even move into teaching and pass your knowledge of chemistry onto the next generation of eager students.

The majority of chemistry graduates (over 80%) either find work or continue their studies. This means that going to university to study chemistry isn't just great for learning about the subject and the experience you can have while at university, it's also great for your career prospects!

 

 

Getting Help with Chemistry from a Private Tutor

Primary and secondary school children can learn more about chemistry with a private tutor. If they're struggling with science or chemistry, in particular, tutoring can adapt the teaching experience to them and ensure that they perform well at school and get the best exam results possible.

Students often struggle at school because of the type of teaching they get. This isn't to say that their teacher doesn't work hard or is good at their job, it's just that they often have a lot of students to teach and have to get the best results possible for the entire class rather than just an individual student.

Fortunately, a science or chemistry tutor will work with small groups of students or an individual, often at their home. This allows them to adapt their lessons to the student and how they like to be taught. This also gives them more time to focus on how well the student's learning and the subjects or topics they struggle with at school.

Of course, gifted students can also benefit from tutoring. The tutor can offer a teaching experience at a higher level than that at school, allowing the best and brightest students to advance beyond what they're being taught at school, do better in their lessons, get better exam results, and get onto chemistry or science courses at the university of their dreams.

That said, a tutor can also help university students or professionals. Anyone looking to learn more about chemistry can be taught by a private tutor!

How to Find a Private Tutor to Help You with Chemistry

If you live in Nottingham or Nottinghamshire and are looking for a private tutor to help you with science or chemistry, you've come to the right place. On the Superprof website, you can find tutors offering help to students of all levels.

Be it science in primary school, GCSE, A Level, a university degree in chemistry, or professional chemistry, you're bound to find an experienced and qualified private chemistry tutor.

Don't worry if you can't find a suitable or available tutor in Nottingham or around Nottinghamshire, though. You can always broaden your search to include online tutoring. Anyone with a decent internet connection and a webcam can start learning about chemistry from tutors all over the world and since these tutors don't have to travel to your home, they sometimes charge less per hour than face-to-face tutors.

It's a good idea to carefully read their profile and make sure that they're qualified. You can also see how many years of experience they have, what specific areas of chemistry they're qualified in, what their other students think of their tutoring, and how much they charge per hour. If they're going to be working with young children, you'll also want to ensure that they have their DBS check.

Don't forget that a lot of the tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson or hour for free. You can use these free lessons to see if the tutor and their teaching style is right for you. If you plan on spending a lot of time getting private tuition at home or online, you want to make sure that the tutor you choose is perfect.

Take your time when choosing a tutor and you'll be rewarded with the perfect teacher for you or your children.

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