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Degree: F103 (Chemistry) (Masters) - Bristol University
I am a chemistry student at the University of Bristol, I have always loved chemistry and hopefully, after a few tutorials you will start to love the subject too!
The Sessions and My Experience
I have had previous experience at both GCSE and A-level chemistry with my younger siblings and helping them through their own studies
During the sessions, you decide what we cover, Chemistry is all about basic understanding, and once you have grasped a few "rules" we can move onto exam technique and questions.
I will use different methods and ways to explain a concept as well as sharing the methods of learning that I used myself when in school.
Chemistry is an amazing subject that underlines our everyday lives and as well as all that, it's a lot of fun! If you disagree with me, I hope after 55mins I can change your mind!
Are you struggling with UCAS?
I know how daunting university applications can be, especially your personal statement! I would be more than happy to pass on some advise and help with ideas about writing your personal statement.
Also, if you are going to apply to university and may require an interview, I was interviewed by some on the top chemistry universities (Oxford, Imperial, Bristol...) and had very positive outcomes. Again, I would be happy to help you with interview technique too.
If you have any questions, send me a 'WebMail' or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session' (both accessible through this website).
Remember to tell me your exam board and what you're struggling with
I look forward to meeting you!.
|Chemistry||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
The periodic table arranges all the different elements into columns and rows, The horizontal rows are called periods, this is where the elements differ from left to right but the addition of an electron to their outer shells. The vertical columns are called groups, elements in the same group behave similarly as they have the same amount of outer electrons in their outershells. Their are 8 groups from left to right with groups 2 and 3 housing the transitionmetals.see more