Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: Chemistry (Masters) - Bristol University
I am a Chemistry student at Bristol University. I've always had a passion for science and always wanted to understand how things worked, no matter how complicated they were.
I am a friendly, patient, approachable person. I have been taught music, both to individuals and groups, before to a wide variety of ages, so I feel I have experience to bring to the table.
The sessions are here to help you, so they will be tailored to you, with each session doing what you want to learn, or what you need help with. They can cover one subject specifically or a wide range during the time, it's up to you.
Due to the nature of sciences, I will be using as many different ways as possible to explain concepts to you, and to make sure you understand the concepts well enough to teach me how to do them!
I will always try to make the sessions as engaging and as fun as I can, as I want to show you that science is amazing, and shouldn't be something to be scared of or get annoyed at.
If you have any questions, or would like to arrange a meeting session, then you can either send me a message or arrange a 'Meet the Tutor Session'. Remember to add what you want covered, and what exam board you are taking, so I can try to make the session as beneficial to you as possible!
I look forward to meeting you soon!
|Chemistry||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
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Bases, by contrast, are proton acceptors, so will accept the acidic proton from the acid, if the reaction allows it to. Examples of bases are NaOH or NH3 (Ammonia).see more