Aarushi V.

Aarushi V.

£30 /hr

Pharmacology (Bachelors) - Bristol University

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About me

I recently graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Pharmacology from the University of Bristol. In both first and second year, I achieved the highest grades on my course, winning the Pfizer Prize and earning certificates of distinction from the university. I also achieved all A*'s at GCSE (earning my 15 minutes of fame in the Epsom Guardian Newspaper because of this!) so I know what it takes to be successful in exams.


A lot of my success comes from being able to break down complicated information in order to make it more accessible and easy to remember, and this is the approach I use when tutoring. I believe I am patient, encouraging and clear with explanations, so I’m confident that I would be able to improve your understanding and boost your grades.


I offer GCSE Physics and Chemistry tuition. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or book a free meeting in which we can get to know each other better and discuss how I can help.


Hope to meet you soon!

I recently graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Pharmacology from the University of Bristol. In both first and second year, I achieved the highest grades on my course, winning the Pfizer Prize and earning certificates of distinction from the university. I also achieved all A*'s at GCSE (earning my 15 minutes of fame in the Epsom Guardian Newspaper because of this!) so I know what it takes to be successful in exams.


A lot of my success comes from being able to break down complicated information in order to make it more accessible and easy to remember, and this is the approach I use when tutoring. I believe I am patient, encouraging and clear with explanations, so I’m confident that I would be able to improve your understanding and boost your grades.


I offer GCSE Physics and Chemistry tuition. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or book a free meeting in which we can get to know each other better and discuss how I can help.


Hope to meet you soon!

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About my sessions

As exam success is mixture of having good subject knowledge and exam technique, my lessons are typically structured as follows:


-Cover first set of key points using a mixture of notes, diagrams, mind-maps etc.

-First mini-quiz to test understanding.

-Cover second set of key points using a mixture of notes, diagrams, mind-maps etc.

-Second mini-quiz to test understanding.

-Go through exam-style questions and discuss how to secure the most marks and how to approach longer/more complex questions.



As exam success is mixture of having good subject knowledge and exam technique, my lessons are typically structured as follows:


-Cover first set of key points using a mixture of notes, diagrams, mind-maps etc.

-First mini-quiz to test understanding.

-Cover second set of key points using a mixture of notes, diagrams, mind-maps etc.

-Second mini-quiz to test understanding.

-Go through exam-style questions and discuss how to secure the most marks and how to approach longer/more complex questions.



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Alysha Student Lesson review 4 Oct, 18:30

4 Oct

She is really kind and helpful

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M Parent from Wembley Lesson review 22 Oct '17, 18:00

22 Oct, 2017

She is extremely informative and provides a lot of exam questions to test on what you have learnt and you can see what exact things you are not understanding in the topic and how your overall answer should be improved according to the style of question.

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Alysha Student Lesson review 3 Nov, 17:30

3 Nov

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
GeographyA-level (A2)A*
MathematicsA-level (A2)A
ChemistryA-level (A2)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
ChemistryGCSE£30 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£30 /hr

Questions Aarushi has answered

In a titration, 50 cm3 of sodium hydroxide with a concentration of 0.3 mol/dm3 was neutralised by 60 cm3 of hydrochloric acid. Calculate the concentration of the hydrochloric acid in mol/dm3.

HCl + NaOH = NaCl + H2O. Moles = volume (dm3) x concentration (mol/dm3). Moles of NaOH: volume x concentration = (50/1000) x 0.3 = 0.015 moles. 1 to 1 ratio of HCl to NaOH, so there were 0.015 moles of HCl. Concentration of HCl: moles/volume = 0.015/(60/1000) = 0.25 mol/dm3.HCl + NaOH = NaCl + H2O. Moles = volume (dm3) x concentration (mol/dm3). Moles of NaOH: volume x concentration = (50/1000) x 0.3 = 0.015 moles. 1 to 1 ratio of HCl to NaOH, so there were 0.015 moles of HCl. Concentration of HCl: moles/volume = 0.015/(60/1000) = 0.25 mol/dm3.

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