Currently, I am studying Medicinal Biochemistry at the University of Bristol. I tutor numerous students at both GCSE and A level and thoroughly enjoy being able to help individuals improve their confidence and understanding of Biology and Chemistry. Aside from the academic scene, I enjoy taking part in most sports in my free time, especially team-based sports, such as Football.
Ultimately, these sessions will be based on what you want to learn. The concepts of a topic of your choice will be analysed and made clear to you during the session. On top of this, exam board specific exam questions will be completed and exam technique can therefore be mastered.
During sixth form at school I was head of the team that lead the Biochemical sessions which helped students of all ages within the school improve their scientific abilities and knowledge of the subjects Biology and Chemistry. I have also tutored several students throughout the last few years, all of whom have become far more confident with significantly better understanding of their subjects. I take pride in my teaching and it is a good feeling to see students progress.
I will also offer support on you as a student finding your own way of learning and achieving the best possible grades but also increasing your enthusiasm and drive to look deeper into the subject of Biochemistry.
If you have any questions, send me a 'WebMail' or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'. Both are accessible through this website. Also, be sure to tell me your exam board and what you're struggling with.
I look forward to meeting you!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Chemistry||A Level||£20 /hr|
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Aerobic respiration is a process that releases energy from a respiratory substrate (e.g. glucose) by fully oxidising it. Energy is released in the form of ATP; Carbon dioxide and Water are released as by products. This process can be split into 4 stages. Glycolysis, Link reaction, Krebs cycle and the Electron Transport Chainsee more
This molecule is v-shaped. There are three areas of electron density surrounding the central sulfur atom, these three areas of electron density repel as far apart as possible, explained by the VSEPR theory, thus bond angles in this molecule are 120 degrees.