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Georgina S.

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Research scientist with a PhD in chemistry and 5 years tutoring experience.
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Chemistry lessons

GCSE - £30 - 60min
IB Internation Baccalaureate - £30
A-Level - £30
Degree - £35
Graduate - £35
Adult Education - £35
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7:00-12:00
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7:00-12:00
7:00-12:00
7:00-12:00
PM
12:00-5:00
12:00-5:00
12:00-5:00
12:00-5:00
12:00-5:00
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Education
Institution Town Speciality Degree Class
University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand Chemistry Doctor Top 10%
University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand Chemistry Bachelor 1st Class Honours
St Margaret's College Christchurch, New Zealand International Baccalaureate High school Distinction
Additional information and experience - Georgina S.

I am a physical chemist and gained a PhD in chemistry from the University of Otago, New Zealand in 2019. I am extremely passionate about my subject and have been teaching university and pre-university level chemistry for five years.

My teaching work has involved supervising large undergraduate laboratory classes, running tutorial chemistry workshops, writing problem sheets, teaching/lecturing in a classroom setting with medium sized groups of students, as well as extensive private tutoring experience. I am well practiced in communicating scientific ideas using a range of methods and am aware that frequently, different, or indeed a combination of approaches, are required for students to comprehend scientific concepts.

I aim to adapt each lesson to the needs, experience and required pace of the individual student. For example, I am able to teach and discuss key concepts and then walk the student though examples and practice questions, thereby putting the theory into context and helping to solidify their understanding. Some students who struggle with chemistry often focus too much on mass memorisation of reactions and processes. Whilst memory is obviously still important, I aim to help my students to correctly comprehend scientific concepts. The ability to accurately understand and rationalise chemical processes and ideas, is an integral part in learning, and consequently enjoying chemistry.

 

 


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