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Degree: PhD Neuroscience (Doctorate) - Newcastle University
I am studying for a PhD in Neuroscience at Newcastle University. I have a real love and passion for science and I hope that I will be able to instil this in you too.
I have had a lot of experience of tutoring. I have taught undergraduate statistics for the past two years and I have had experience in schools. I really enjoy teaching, and I ensure that I am patient and friendly with all my students.
My sessions will work around you. I will let you guide the topics we dicuss and make sure that you fully understand before we go through exam questions. As understanding is key I will use as many methods as possible (diagrams, flowcharts, analogies) until you are confident to explain the concepts to me, your family or anyone else.
During our 55 minutes we can achieve a lot. Most importantly, I will make sure that are sessions are fun and memorable as science is an amazing subject and I want to share this with you!
How to arrange a session
If you have any questions please send me a webmail, or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'. Please remember to tell me what it is you are struggling with and your exam board.
I am looking forward to meeting you!
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A synapse is the tiny gap between two neurones. At a synapse information is passed across the gap via chemicals, called neurotransmitters, rather than using electrical impulses. When information passes across the synapse, one neuron releases neurotransmitters which then diffuse across the gap. These then bind to the other neuron causing it to trasmit electrical impulses.see more