Jerry C.

Jerry C.

£24 - £28 /hr

Dental Surgery (Bachelors) - Leeds University

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About me

Hello there! I'm a 2nd Year Dental student studying in Leeds and am really enjoying it so far. If you ever need to ask someone "Why dentistry?" you've come to the right person! Anatomy has been the most interesting topic so far and it's great that I can build up my GCSE and A level knowledge during the course.

Just last year(2017) I was enduring the new A level system and so, I would be delighted to share what worked for me and tutor you/ your chi;d any things they may be finding difficult (I most likely did to)! I'll be happy to also help those in Year 12/13 with their UCAS application and guide what you need to think about before applying.

Hello there! I'm a 2nd Year Dental student studying in Leeds and am really enjoying it so far. If you ever need to ask someone "Why dentistry?" you've come to the right person! Anatomy has been the most interesting topic so far and it's great that I can build up my GCSE and A level knowledge during the course.

Just last year(2017) I was enduring the new A level system and so, I would be delighted to share what worked for me and tutor you/ your chi;d any things they may be finding difficult (I most likely did to)! I'll be happy to also help those in Year 12/13 with their UCAS application and guide what you need to think about before applying.

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About my sessions

In our intial trial meeting, I would ask what grades you'd like to achieve and expectations you have of me during our lessons; thus we'll try to reach these goals. I'll do my best to make things interesting to keep the student motivated during the hour tutorial and for their private studying and ensure they know that they can ask questions at any time.

I would like to structure the tutorials by beginning with an overview of the previous lesson and then going through work that the student doesn't understand or may be working through in class at that moment and practice questions that I would supply. The lesson would end with ore practice questions for students to do in their own time before the next tutorial (aka homework). If the student would prefer a different kind of lesson structure I'd be happy to adapt to their requirements.

In our intial trial meeting, I would ask what grades you'd like to achieve and expectations you have of me during our lessons; thus we'll try to reach these goals. I'll do my best to make things interesting to keep the student motivated during the hour tutorial and for their private studying and ensure they know that they can ask questions at any time.

I would like to structure the tutorials by beginning with an overview of the previous lesson and then going through work that the student doesn't understand or may be working through in class at that moment and practice questions that I would supply. The lesson would end with ore practice questions for students to do in their own time before the next tutorial (aka homework). If the student would prefer a different kind of lesson structure I'd be happy to adapt to their requirements.

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Ila Parent from Rickmansworth Lesson review 29 Nov, 18:00

29 Nov

really helpful :)

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Megan Student

14 Aug

Jerry makes the session fun and easy to follow, a really great tutor!

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Juliet Student Lesson review 14 Apr, 15:00

14 Apr

great and explains well!

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Ling Parent from London Lesson review 8 Dec, 09:00

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Qualifications

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

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12 - 5pm
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12 - 5pm

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyA Level£26 /hr
ChemistryA Level£26 /hr
BiologyGCSE£24 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£24 /hr
Maths13 Plus£24 /hr
UKCATUniversity£28 /hr

Questions Jerry has answered

What are the structual differences between the muscle types?

There are 3 muscle types: structural, cardiac and smooth. Skeletal and cardiac muscles are both striated, however cardiac has fainter striations.Skeletal muscle is also voluntary, multi-nucleated (has many nuclei per cell) and regularly arranged. Whereas cardiac muscle is involuntary and uninucleated. These muscles also differe in length, skeletal being longer of the two. Cardiac and smooth muscles are both involuntary, uninucleated and have gap junctions. They differ structurally as cardiac is branched and has intercalated discs connected to the muscle cells. Whilst involuntary muscle structure is spindle shaped with pointed ends and are not striated at all. There are 3 muscle types: structural, cardiac and smooth. Skeletal and cardiac muscles are both striated, however cardiac has fainter striations.Skeletal muscle is also voluntary, multi-nucleated (has many nuclei per cell) and regularly arranged. Whereas cardiac muscle is involuntary and uninucleated. These muscles also differe in length, skeletal being longer of the two. Cardiac and smooth muscles are both involuntary, uninucleated and have gap junctions. They differ structurally as cardiac is branched and has intercalated discs connected to the muscle cells. Whilst involuntary muscle structure is spindle shaped with pointed ends and are not striated at all. 

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