I personally know what it feels like being in a class and having the teacher’s words go in one ear, and out the other. Having had this issue throughout the first year of my GCSE course, and with the anxiety of exams coming up, I took it upon myself to teach myself all that I missed. My idea was to, first of all, invest in a revision guide, and work my way through the course. My method was to condense the information, make notes in a way that makes sense to me, and most importantly, make revision material as I go along, as oppose to doing it all right before the exam. I believe the most effective strategy would be to continue looking at those revision materials even as we move along the course, and regular testing. With this method, I managed to improve my chemistry grade by 4 grades by the end of year ten. I am certain this type of studying will prove effective for all students.
I am an A level student studying to go on to do medicine at university. I have a grade 7 in chemistry GCSE, and being the first year to sit the new GCSEs, am fully aware of the difficulty of the new exams. Unlike many other tutors, I have first hand experience with the new exams and have thankfully ended up with a great set of results. Tutoring is something I’ve always done even thoughout secondary school, and now that I have a set of qualifications, I would like to take it on professionally.
I strongly recommend Abi for those gcse students who are struggling with their chemistry or just looking to improve their grades. I found that her teaching technique was really suitable for young students and she was very understanding and relatable.
Excellent job! My daughter and I are ever so grateful for your time and effort which led to her improving her chemistry grade from a 3 to a 6.
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