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💰 What is the cost of chemistry courses in Plymouth?

In Plymouth, the average price of a chemistry course is £17 per hour.

 

Tutoring rates will vary depending on:

  • The experience of your teacher
  • Where your lessons will be held (via webcam or your place)
  • 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 instructors on Superprof offer their 1st lesson free.

 

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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many private tutors are available in Plymouth to give chemistry support?

In Plymouth and the surrounding areas, 38 private chemistry teachers are available to offer lessons

 

You can refer to their adverts and choose the teacher that suits to your needs.

 

Choose your lesson from our range of more than 38 chemistry teachers.

💻 Is it possible to take private chemistry classes online?

On Superprof, you can learn chemistry online with a private tutor. Whether you need help revising for your GCSEs, 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 tutors on Superprof give chemistry classes online and most of them offer their 1st lessons free!

 

To find the available online tutors, 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 teacher does not need to travel.

 

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✒️ What is the average score of chemistry tutors in Plymouth?

From a sample of 4 ratings, pupils scored their chemistry tutors an average of 5.0 out of 5.

 

A customer service manager from the Superprof team will be on hand to find a solution (by telephone or e-mail from Monday - Friday) if you have any queries about your lessons.

 

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🎓 Why not start chemistry classes in Plymouth?

Chemistry is one of the toughest subjects in high school. Many students 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.

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

 

You simply just have to select your private tutor and book your chemistry course from home or at an outside location

 

A messaging service is available on the platform that allows you to get in touch with your teacher to organise your chemistry classes whether you want to learn from the comfort of your home or take online classes

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“There is no need to argue if an experiment can be made.” -Henri Etienne Sainte-Claire Deville

 

When we start discussing any topic that is related to science, we realise that we need to develop logical and theoretical thinking. That’s because scientific matters aren’t abstract and can be interpreted differently by others. Science and, you could say, mathematics is based on reasonings that were developed through careful observations of the world around us and how it functions. Therefore, we cannot argue with certain discoveries across biology, chemistry, and physics. It is much wiser to agree with the reasonings that were previously established and wait for modifications if there are any; because, who are we to question the work of intellectuals such as scientists and mathematicians? Nonetheless, to better comprehend scientific disciplines and theories, it is of the utmost importance to receive instruction from a trusted source. Such as? A professor, a classroom teacher, or a private tutor who knows what they are talking about. Let’s take a look at how persons in the Plymouth area may learn more about chemistry topics with the assistance of a personal instructor.

Famous Chemists

When studying the fundamentals of chemistry, not only do students touch on theories and experiments, but also the developments of some of the world’s most well-known chemists whose discoveries have given us a better understanding of science. While we could go on and on about the various chemists who revolutionised science (there are a lot), we are going to focus our attention on two important chemists. Firstly, it’s impossible to not feature Marie Curie on a list of well-known chemists. Not only is Curie still a household name, but she was a woman of firsts. How’s that? She was the first woman, and still to this day the only one, to win two Nobel prizes. She is also the only person to win Nobel prizes in two separate fields of study. What is Curie famous for? Marie Curie is world-famous for her discoveries of both radium and polonium. She made many contributions to the world of radioactivity. Secondly, another person who changed the world of chemistry for modern-day learners is Robert Boyle. Back in the 1600s, chemistry was viewed by many as a field that was bogged down by mysticism and alchemy. So, Boyle transformed chemistry into a scientific discipline that required logical reasoning and measurement. Boyle defined elements, compounds, and mixtures. Also, if you already studied a bit of chemistry, you’ve probably heard of Boyle’s gas law; that’s thanks to Robert Boyle. Without the contributions of Marie Curie and Robert Boyle, many things of the natural world and its chemicals would still be covered up and unavailable to humans.

Taking Private Classes or Attending Group Lessons: How to Choose

If you’ve already completed your years of mandatory education and you’re looking to sharpen your skills in another academic discipline that you didn’t study in primary or secondary school such as chemistry, there still exists the possibility to learn. But, how? Through private courses with an instructor or by going to group classes that are offered at a further education learning institute. Nonetheless, for some, it may be a difficult decision to select one of the two options, so, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each so that you can make a decision you feel comfortable with. First of all, private classes with an experienced chemistry tutor are fantastic since they are adapted to your learning style and the teacher goes at your pace. However, private classes tend to be a bit more expensive than group lessons because the entire cost for the instructor isn’t shared and, if you like learning with others, you don’t have that experience with one-on-one courses. Now, what’s the deal for group sessions? Learning sessions that take place as a group are fantastic since you can bounce ideas off of others and make enduring friendships. Also, since many curriculums for groups are established by skilled educators at well-known education centres, you are getting a quality education. Nonetheless, albeit cheaper, group sessions prevent you from getting a learning experience that is adapted to you and they are less flexible. So, now that you’ve seen both the pros and the cons, you are more prepared to make a decision. Which will you choose, one-on-one or group lessons?

The Pros of Online Learning

Though face-to-face tuition has been the norm for centuries, since the start of the 21st century, virtual learning sessions have become a lot more sought after. Not only are online classes popular but they boast plenty of benefits for students of all ages. Such as? First and foremost, online classes allow students to learn from the comfort of their own home without having to factor in the time and money that is spent travelling to learning institutes. Secondly, since most tutoring communities are now online, there are more tutors to choose from that offer virtual lessons than in-person ones. Therefore, if you want variety, virtual lessons are the way to go. Thirdly, online lessons are much more flexible since you can log on at a specific time of the day and find tutors that are available at that moment. In-person classes at a school require more accountability from the student which is sometimes difficult for persons with busy schedules. Try online classes to learn chemistry and we can assure you that the comfort and flexibility of this method will win you over!

Learning Chemistry with a Superprof Tutor in Plymouth

To prevent you from searching the online web and finding no worthwhile results, we greatly suggest that you start and stop your search with Superprof. Not only is Superprof insanely popular but it also boasts a variety of topics to learn, over 1000 to be precise, and teachers to learn from. According to our site, in the Plymouth area, there are currently 37 chemistry tutors that are teaching both in-person and virtual lessons. Start learning chemistry in Plymouth today!

 

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