Doron L. A Level Psychology tutor, GCSE Biology tutor, GCSE Maths tut...

Doron L.

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psychology (Bachelors) - Bristol University

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About me

Hi! I'm a student at the University of Bristol, studying Psychology. I'm interested in tutoring for Maths, Biology and Psychology as those were the subjects I studied for A levels and LOVED.

Throughout my time in High School I tutored other students in Maths and really enjoyed it.

The sessions are all about YOU and I will ensure the content of the lesson is guided by what you want to learn or practise.

I'm really keen on using visuals in my descriptions to make sure everything covered is fully understood by the end of the session.

To improve exam technique, I'd love to go through the essays with you or complete practise questions. 

My main aim is that the sessions will be not only helpful but enjoyable as from personal experience, I've found if you love a subject, it naturally becomes more manageable! 

Hi! I'm a student at the University of Bristol, studying Psychology. I'm interested in tutoring for Maths, Biology and Psychology as those were the subjects I studied for A levels and LOVED.

Throughout my time in High School I tutored other students in Maths and really enjoyed it.

The sessions are all about YOU and I will ensure the content of the lesson is guided by what you want to learn or practise.

I'm really keen on using visuals in my descriptions to make sure everything covered is fully understood by the end of the session.

To improve exam technique, I'd love to go through the essays with you or complete practise questions. 

My main aim is that the sessions will be not only helpful but enjoyable as from personal experience, I've found if you love a subject, it naturally becomes more manageable! 

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
mathsA-level (A2)A
psychologyA-level (A2)A
biologyA-level (A2)A
economicsA-level (A2)A

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
PsychologyA Level£20 /hr
BiologyGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
ScienceGCSE£18 /hr
Maths13 Plus£18 /hr

Questions Doron has answered

What are ethical issues in psychological research?

professional psychological organisations lay down guidelines and rules that need to be followed in order to avoid harming our participants in any way. this moral guidelines ensure that all experiments are conducted in a safe and controlled way to protect everyone involved.

some examples of ethical guidelines are:

Debriefing: this involves informing the participants what the research consisted of at the end of the experiment. The experimenter must also ensure that no harm was inflicted on the participants and that they leave in the same condition they arrived in. This is crucial if any deception took place at any point in the experiment.

Informed consent: this entails all participants to give their consent after knowing the study in full. However in some studies this may not be possible as a method of deception is used.

Confidentiality: all identities of participants must remain confidential according to the Data Protection Act.

Right to Withdraw: particiapnts should be clear in the knowledge that they have a right to withdraw from the experiment at any time, or to withdraw their results at the end during debreifing.

professional psychological organisations lay down guidelines and rules that need to be followed in order to avoid harming our participants in any way. this moral guidelines ensure that all experiments are conducted in a safe and controlled way to protect everyone involved.

some examples of ethical guidelines are:

Debriefing: this involves informing the participants what the research consisted of at the end of the experiment. The experimenter must also ensure that no harm was inflicted on the participants and that they leave in the same condition they arrived in. This is crucial if any deception took place at any point in the experiment.

Informed consent: this entails all participants to give their consent after knowing the study in full. However in some studies this may not be possible as a method of deception is used.

Confidentiality: all identities of participants must remain confidential according to the Data Protection Act.

Right to Withdraw: particiapnts should be clear in the knowledge that they have a right to withdraw from the experiment at any time, or to withdraw their results at the end during debreifing.

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