GCSE and A-Level Biology can be complex (rather like the human body itself). To get the best marks you have to tackle challenging concepts and cover a large range of material. In one-to-one sessions with a Biology tutor, you can spend time focusing on topics you struggle with and make sure you have a thorough grasp of all the content on the syllabus.
A tutor will help you make the most of your understanding of Biology with tips on how to brush up your exam technique to convert your knowledge into all-important marks.
Degree: Medicine (Bachelors) - Oxford, New College University
Subjects offered: Biology, Physics+ 2 more
“Hello! I'm Kilda, I come from Belgium and I'm about to start my third year readingMedicine at the University of Oxford. I have been tutoring Science, Maths, Piano and Music Theory since 2011. When I am tutoring, or trying to learn som...”
Degree: Medicine (Doctorate) - Imperial College London University
Subjects offered: Biology, Chemistry
“Who am I? My name is Felix - i'm a final year medical student at Imperial College London. I have a MSc in Biochemistry from Oxford University and have been tutoring students for over 4 years. I thoroughly enjoy teaching students and...”
Degree: Medicine MBChB (Bachelors) - Birmingham University
Subjects offered: Biology, Maths+ 5 more
“I am a medical student in my fourth year of the MBChB programme at the University of Birmingham. I am a bit of a geek and have always been absolutely fascinated by science and understanding ‘how things work’. I have experience tutorin...”
Great tutor, great class. Very happy with the flexibility of this tutor and the organization. She has a fun way of learning. My son hasn't done biology for a few years so it was very refreshing to hear him remember because of how interesting and fun she made it, he's very enthusiastic about his next session. Keep up the great work.
Excellent, we went through revision techniques and it was extremelly helpful as it showed me a variety of ways I had never thought of using before and what the advantages and diadvantages of using them are, as well as when I could use them to understand, learn, revise or recap content. Thank you, was a great session!
Katrina has been tutoring me since November for my A Level Biology exams. She has really helped me as I was previously achieving D's and E's in my classes, but have since improved so much that have been getting A's and A*'s in past papers! Very kind and understanding, would definitely recommend!
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I make sure we're doing what the student wants, whether that's going through a topic, explaining something or going through practice questions.
I use the classroom as much as possible, usually for writing notes and diagrams. More so at A-Level, when the concepts are more difficult and a diagram can help.
Words are made up of parts, and knowing what each part means is helpful. Hydrolysis literally means "water-splitting" and describes reactions where larger molecules are broken down into smaller ones using water.
Lots of students say that the classes are too big in school, or that they don't have time to ask teachers after lessons. In my tutorials, we take time to explore things in a little in a bit more detail.
Students often want advice on how to answer exam questions, because there's a huge amount of material to learn for the Biology exam so technique is often neglected.
Our tutors have been busy answering questions their tutees struggle with. Take a look at their subject answers here: