I think it's important to ask questions as a tutor and to encourage the students to ask questions too - I try to work out what my students currently understand about the topic they're working on, and work out exactly where any misapprehensions they have might be, so we can build up a full understanding of the subject from the ground up. I'm a very patient person which means I'm happy to spend an hour on a single idea, changing how I explain it until eventually it makes sense - I've got enough experience to know that sometimes a particular aspect of a subject just won't work in someone's head, and we have to devote extra time to clarifying it.
I graduated from Oxford in 2018 with a master's degree in biochemistry and I started tutoring in 2015. In that time have helped students pass GCSE's and meet A-Level requirements to get them into their first choice universities, as well as helping university students work on assignments and understand topics for exams. I've taught for well over 500 hours and feel completely comfortable with all levels of biology and chemistry.
For travel over 45 minutes I add £6 to the overall rate.
2014-2018 - MBiochem from Oxford in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry - 2:1
2014 - A*s in Chemistry and Biology A-Levels at Dulwich College, as well as receiving internal Biology prize.
2015-present - working with range of students teaching Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry between KS1-3, GCSE, A-Level and degree level.
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