Sam B. GCSE Chemistry tutor, A Level Chemistry tutor, GCSE Biology tutor

Sam B.

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Medicine (Bachelors) - St Andrews University

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About me

Like many people, I found certain aspects of school and studying for exams to be quite challenging. Throughout my education, I developed a number of techniques to help me understand and remember my coursework, which I still find to be effective in my studies at medical school currently. I would love to be able to share these with you and help you achieve the exam results you are capable ofLike many people, I found certain aspects of school and studying for exams to be quite challenging. Throughout my education, I developed a number of techniques to help me understand and remember my coursework, which I still find to be effective in my studies at medical school currently. I would love to be able to share these with you and help you achieve the exam results you are capable of

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Jamila (Parent from Bogis-bossey)

February 22 2016

Sam has been an excellent help in achieving my goal in Chemistry IGSCE. Every question and topic have been thoroughly and well explained and a good source of help during problems in past paper exams.

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Sharon (Parent from Solihull)

February 20 2016

Really helpful and helps you get to grips with parts that you are struggling with.

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Sharon (Parent from Solihull)

January 19 2016

Wonderful tutor. Explains everything in a very understandable way. Can't recommend enough!

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Sharon (Parent from Solihull)

January 13 2016

Dan found you to be extremely helpful with some confusing Chemistry topics that he was struggling with. You covered each subject and then tested his understanding to ensure he fully grasped the topic. You used terminology and examples that were easy to follow. We will definitely be booking further sessions. Thank you - you have made him feel a lot better about these topics!

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
chemistryA-level (A2)A
biologyA-level (A2)A
physicsA-level (A2)A

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Pre 12pm12-5pmAfter 5pm
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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyGCSE£20 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£20 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£20 /hr
-Medical School Preparation-Mentoring£22 /hr

Questions Sam has answered

Dehydration reaction involving ethanol will produce ....

(The case of ethanol being heated to upwards of 170 degrees celsius while being mixed with sulphuric acid.) 

The oxygen atom has a lone pair of electrons, and the sulphate has a somewhat unstable hydrogen atom.  The Hydrogen from sulphate attaches to these spare electrons. This alcohol is then said to be protonated. 

The alcohol group OH now gaining another H

OH + H

= H20

(water!). 

Click the link to learn more 

(The case of ethanol being heated to upwards of 170 degrees celsius while being mixed with sulphuric acid.) 

The oxygen atom has a lone pair of electrons, and the sulphate has a somewhat unstable hydrogen atom.  The Hydrogen from sulphate attaches to these spare electrons. This alcohol is then said to be protonated. 

The alcohol group OH now gaining another H

OH + H

= H20

(water!). 

Click the link to learn more 

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