Nandini M.

Nandini M.

£18 - £20 /hr

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Studying: Biomedical Science (Bachelors) - Sheffield University

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About me

Hi! I am currently studying Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield. I have a great passion for science and in my eyes there is no greater achievement than to pass on my knowledge to others who can benefit from it. I can empathise with what it feels like to not understand what is being taught in the classroom and I enjoy being the one who can give that extra help so you can successfully reach your target. I have been tutoring GCSE Science and Maths students for a year and would love to carry on helping others reach their goals.

Hi! I am currently studying Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield. I have a great passion for science and in my eyes there is no greater achievement than to pass on my knowledge to others who can benefit from it. I can empathise with what it feels like to not understand what is being taught in the classroom and I enjoy being the one who can give that extra help so you can successfully reach your target. I have been tutoring GCSE Science and Maths students for a year and would love to carry on helping others reach their goals.

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About my sessions

I use a supportive, caring and friendly approach with all my students and having recently passed these exams myself, I have up-to-date and first-hand experience of the course. The content covered in sessions will be completely of your choice where we’ll focus on the things you are struggling with and hopefully you can find science as amazing and fascinating as I do. I aim to ensure that you fully understand the subject content while having as much fun as possible at the same time. I am willing to put in my full effort in making sure you achieve your full potential and try to use a wide variety of techniques to find the best method for you. My goal is to build your confidence, knowledge and your ability to answer questions to gain the highest grade you can.

What next? I would be very happy to hear from you if you have any questions. Feel free to book a “Meet the Tutor Session” or leave me a message with your exam board and what topics you would like help with. I look forward to meeting you!

I use a supportive, caring and friendly approach with all my students and having recently passed these exams myself, I have up-to-date and first-hand experience of the course. The content covered in sessions will be completely of your choice where we’ll focus on the things you are struggling with and hopefully you can find science as amazing and fascinating as I do. I aim to ensure that you fully understand the subject content while having as much fun as possible at the same time. I am willing to put in my full effort in making sure you achieve your full potential and try to use a wide variety of techniques to find the best method for you. My goal is to build your confidence, knowledge and your ability to answer questions to gain the highest grade you can.

What next? I would be very happy to hear from you if you have any questions. Feel free to book a “Meet the Tutor Session” or leave me a message with your exam board and what topics you would like help with. I look forward to meeting you!

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
BiologyA-level (A2)B
ChemistryA-level (A2)A
MathsA-level (A2)A
PsychologyA-level (A2)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
ChemistryGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Nandini has answered

How do reversible reactions reach an equilibrium?

Reversible reactions are reactions where the products are able to react themselves into the reactants. 

At the beginning of the reaction, there will be more reactants than products. But as the reaction goes on the amount of reactants will be decreasing and the amount of products will be increasing. So after a period of time, the amount of products and reactants will be the same and stay at this level. 

Because the products are able to react back into the reactants, there will be no change in the amount of products and reactants. The rates of reaction for the forward and backward reaction are the same which means that the reaction has reached an equilibrium. 

Reversible reactions are reactions where the products are able to react themselves into the reactants. 

At the beginning of the reaction, there will be more reactants than products. But as the reaction goes on the amount of reactants will be decreasing and the amount of products will be increasing. So after a period of time, the amount of products and reactants will be the same and stay at this level. 

Because the products are able to react back into the reactants, there will be no change in the amount of products and reactants. The rates of reaction for the forward and backward reaction are the same which means that the reaction has reached an equilibrium. 

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What are the effects of temperature on enzymes?

Enzymes are not able to function properly at all temperatures and the optimum temperature is the temperature at which the enzyme works the best at. 

If the temperature is too cold, the rate of reaction is very slow due to a lack of kinetic enery.So as the temperature increases the enzyme is able to function better. 

However if the tempertaure is too hot, this can cause the intermolecular bonds in the enzyme to break. This can change the specialised shape of the enzyme which causes the enzyme to denature. 

Enzymes are not able to function properly at all temperatures and the optimum temperature is the temperature at which the enzyme works the best at. 

If the temperature is too cold, the rate of reaction is very slow due to a lack of kinetic enery.So as the temperature increases the enzyme is able to function better. 

However if the tempertaure is too hot, this can cause the intermolecular bonds in the enzyme to break. This can change the specialised shape of the enzyme which causes the enzyme to denature. 

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1 year ago

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