Jack L.

Jack L.

£18 - £25 /hr

Medicine MBBS (Bachelors) - Newcastle University

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Second year medical student at Newcastle University with 2 years of tutoring at Liverpool's No. 1 private tutoring company, graduating from the Liverpool Blue coat School, ranked No.1 state school in the North west and 18th Nationally 2017.

Second year medical student at Newcastle University with 2 years of tutoring at Liverpool's No. 1 private tutoring company, graduating from the Liverpool Blue coat School, ranked No.1 state school in the North west and 18th Nationally 2017.

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About my sessions

All lessons are tailored specifically to a students targets and are planned systematically to ensure the highest results.


A week- by-week lesson plan ensures that all necessary topics are covered but is flexible to allow for revisiting difficult subjects.


My lighthearted but focused approach to learning avoids the drag of complicated concepts and enables a more efficient lesson.

All lessons are tailored specifically to a students targets and are planned systematically to ensure the highest results.


A week- by-week lesson plan ensures that all necessary topics are covered but is flexible to allow for revisiting difficult subjects.


My lighthearted but focused approach to learning avoids the drag of complicated concepts and enables a more efficient lesson.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A
BiologyA-level (A2)A
ChemistryA-level (A2)A
PsychologyOtherC

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyA Level£20 /hr
BiologyGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
Science13 Plus£18 /hr
Medical School PreparationMentoring£22 /hr
Personal StatementsMentoring£22 /hr
UKCATUniversity£25 /hr

Questions Jack has answered

what factors determine enzyme activity?

several factors play a role in the rate of an enzyme catalysed reaction. substrate concentration: The amount of substrate in the solution. The higher the concentration of substrate the more frequently they will collide with enzymes, increasing the frequency of successful collisions to form an enzyme-substrate complex and increase rate of reaction.Enzyme concentration: The amount of enzymes in the solution. This factor works in the same way as substrate concentration.Temperature: A higher temperature means that the substrate has a larger amount of energy, moving faster. This causes more particles to have the required activation energy for the reaction and increases frequency of collisions. however, too high a temperature can break the hydrogen bonds in the enzymes, denaturing the, and preventing the reaction.pH: enzymes work within pH ranges for reactions, outside of these ranges they can become denatured and no longer form an enzyme-substrate complex, reducing rate of reaction.several factors play a role in the rate of an enzyme catalysed reaction. substrate concentration: The amount of substrate in the solution. The higher the concentration of substrate the more frequently they will collide with enzymes, increasing the frequency of successful collisions to form an enzyme-substrate complex and increase rate of reaction.Enzyme concentration: The amount of enzymes in the solution. This factor works in the same way as substrate concentration.Temperature: A higher temperature means that the substrate has a larger amount of energy, moving faster. This causes more particles to have the required activation energy for the reaction and increases frequency of collisions. however, too high a temperature can break the hydrogen bonds in the enzymes, denaturing the, and preventing the reaction.pH: enzymes work within pH ranges for reactions, outside of these ranges they can become denatured and no longer form an enzyme-substrate complex, reducing rate of reaction.

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