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Laura G.

York - Chemistry (Bachelors)

University of York student who is friendly, passionate & enjoys helping students achieve top grades.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

29 reviews

250 lessons

Laura G.

York - Chemistry (Bachelors)

University of York student who is friendly, passionate & enjoys helping students achieve top grades.

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James B.

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Oxford University - Materials Science (Masters)

Hi, I'm a second year Materials scientist at the university of Oxford, meaning I basically do a lot of chemistry, physics and maths everyday. I really love this field because its all about how things work right down to the scale of atoms.I wil...

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

74 lessons

James B.

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Oxford University - Materials Science (Masters)

Hi, I'm a second year Materials scientist at the university of Oxford, meaning I basically do a lot of chemistry, physics and maths everyday. I really love this field because its all about how things work right down to the scale of atoms.I wil...

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Helen W.

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Nottingham - Medicine (BMBS) with BMedSci ( Bachelor of Medical Sciences) (Bachelors)

Hello! My name is Helen and I am a medical student at the University of Nottingham. I scored triple A* in my A levels and grade 9s in my GCSEs. I am passionate about science and maths and I would love to pass on my understanding of topics and revi...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

61 reviews

315 lessons

Helen W.

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Nottingham - Medicine (BMBS) with BMedSci ( Bachelor of Medical Sciences) (Bachelors)

Hello! My name is Helen and I am a medical student at the University of Nottingham. I scored triple A* in my A levels and grade 9s in my GCSEs. I am passionate about science and maths and I would love to pass on my understanding of topics and revi...

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Sophie P.

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Southampton - Medicine (Bachelors)

I'm currently studying Medicine at university, and I have three years of experience tutoring students at GCSE and KS3 level. I am a friendly and organised tutor and I enjoy planning interactive sessions that will help improve the student's...

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

158 lessons

Sophie P.

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Southampton - Medicine (Bachelors)

I'm currently studying Medicine at university, and I have three years of experience tutoring students at GCSE and KS3 level. I am a friendly and organised tutor and I enjoy planning interactive sessions that will help improve the student's...

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Rashiq H.

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University College London - Chemical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Professional & Experienced Maths Tutor and Software Engineer with a passion for guiding students to excel in Maths, Chemistry, and Physics!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

436 reviews

924 lessons

Rashiq H.

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University College London - Chemical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Professional & Experienced Maths Tutor and Software Engineer with a passion for guiding students to excel in Maths, Chemistry, and Physics!

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Taeyeon K.

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University College London - Applied Medical Sciences (Bachelors)

Captivating Chemistry, Maths, Physics, Biology Tutor who helps Students lead their Own Path by Creating Valuable Insights! (12 y/o brother's GCSE success!)

£55-£57

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Star 4.7 / 5

19 reviews

708 lessons

Taeyeon K.

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University College London - Applied Medical Sciences (Bachelors)

Captivating Chemistry, Maths, Physics, Biology Tutor who helps Students lead their Own Path by Creating Valuable Insights! (12 y/o brother's GCSE success!)

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Lots of students take Maths and Chemistry at A level, which makes sense as lots of careers ask for them both. Our tutors bring their passion and expertise to the table, helping students achieve their goals and reach their potential. How much do Chemistry and Maths tutors charge? The cost of Chemistry and Maths tuition will depend mainly on the tutor’s experience. In general, our prices range between £22-£57. Top tip: toggle the search filters at the top of this page to narrow down the results and find the right tutor for you. How long does A Level Chemistry and Maths take with private tutoring? The right balance between school and online tutoring is ultimately up to you and your teen. Here are some questions you can ask yourself: 1. What are your teen’s goals? They might be looking to strengthen their subject knowledge alongside the work they’re doing at school, or get help revising for exams. In this case, we recommend around 1-2 times a week to make sure they can stay on top of any tricky patches week-by-week. This will vary depending on how confident your teen is already. It can be a good idea to chat to a tutor before tutorials to assess the gap between where they are now and where they’d like to be. Your teen might benefit from tutorials that are less or more often than this. Setting clear goals is a big part of online tutoring and will help your teen understand the journey ahead - keeping them on track to achieving their target grade. 2. Is your teen looking for ad-hoc support? Students often benefit from tutorials that are a bit more flexible and varied in nature. This type of tutorial is great for students who are mostly confident in their learning, but would like some one-to-one support every now and then. This often helps to: - Track progress - tutors can make sure their students stay on the right track by sharing feedback on current work and offering new approaches to difficult challenges. - Strengthen course knowledge - ad hoc tutorials can give students an opportunity to ask questions about their topics and fill in any gaps. - Check in with a mentor - mentorship can be a great support to students who want someone to talk to about school. This also creates a space for more honest advice on how to approach school, sharing any concerns and getting advice on how to work out what to do after exams. To recap, our students have tutorials with us 1-2 times a week alongside their lessons at school. This can vary depending on your teen’s needs, so it’s a good idea to chat with a tutor before starting tutorials. How to find a Chemistry and Maths tutor for your child Finding the perfect tutor can be a huge weight off your shoulders. We can’t wait to help you get there. A few things to keep in mind when searching for a tutor: - Academic fit - can they offer what you’re looking for, in terms of subject knowledge and experience? - Personality match - will they get on well with your teen and be able to communicate effectively? - Availability - can they offer tutorials for as long/as often as you need? Can they be flexible and fit around your working schedule? Interested in online tutoring? Book a free video meeting to discover our wide range of handpicked, expert tutors and see how they can help.

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