Bella M.

Bella M.

£18 - £25 /hr

BSC Psychology (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

I study Bsc Psychology at University. I chose this subject as it is a discipline that really interests me, and I actually found it to be the hardest subject at A-Level so I wanted a challenge. I particularly specialise in the Biological and Cognitive domains of psychology, and run a peer mentoring programme at my University to help first year students get the hang of Biology in psychology.

I am part of the vegetarian and vegan society at university, and I also do some extra work with the University on research projects they are running to assess the utility of peer-to-peer learning.



I study Bsc Psychology at University. I chose this subject as it is a discipline that really interests me, and I actually found it to be the hardest subject at A-Level so I wanted a challenge. I particularly specialise in the Biological and Cognitive domains of psychology, and run a peer mentoring programme at my University to help first year students get the hang of Biology in psychology.

I am part of the vegetarian and vegan society at university, and I also do some extra work with the University on research projects they are running to assess the utility of peer-to-peer learning.



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About my sessions

I believe that it is really important to tailor lessons to the needs of the student. I will structure and prepare for lessons in a way that the student has told me works for them, whilst also ensuring everything important is still covered.

In addition, open discussion about content is always encouraged during lessons, and the student should be aware that it is not only okay to get things wrong, but also really important for their learning. Progress will be measured by asking the student to attempt a plan for a past paper question on the content at the end of the session. I will go through this with them, and help them understand what is needed to get the marks they want.

I believe that it is really important to tailor lessons to the needs of the student. I will structure and prepare for lessons in a way that the student has told me works for them, whilst also ensuring everything important is still covered.

In addition, open discussion about content is always encouraged during lessons, and the student should be aware that it is not only okay to get things wrong, but also really important for their learning. Progress will be measured by asking the student to attempt a plan for a past paper question on the content at the end of the session. I will go through this with them, and help them understand what is needed to get the marks they want.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
AnthropologyA-level (A2)A
SociologyA-level (A2)A
PsychologyA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
PsychologyA Level£20 /hr
PsychologyGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Bella has answered

What is the difference between experimental and correlation designs?

Experimental designs establish cause and effect. This is done through manipulation of the independent variable (IV) to see the effect on the dependent variable (DV). Correlations cannot establish cause and effect. Correlations simply look at the relationship between two variables and see if it is: positive (both increase), negative (one increases, one decreases), or there is no relationship. "Correlation does not equal causation."Experimental designs establish cause and effect. This is done through manipulation of the independent variable (IV) to see the effect on the dependent variable (DV). Correlations cannot establish cause and effect. Correlations simply look at the relationship between two variables and see if it is: positive (both increase), negative (one increases, one decreases), or there is no relationship. "Correlation does not equal causation."

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