Online Chemistry Tuition in Nakhon-ratchasima

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Elenna M

Dr Elenna M


Subjects taught:
Chemistry
Qualifications:
QTLS, Institute for Learning (2012). PGDE Professional Graduate Diploma in Education. PhD Synthetic Chemistry, Cardiff University (2007). BSc (Hons) Chemistry with Industrial Experience, Cardiff University (2003).
Amelia R

Miss Amelia R


Subjects taught:
Primary, EFL or ESL, SATs, Homeschool
Qualifications:
Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language CELTA (2021). Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Education with an English specialism, Middlesex University (2017). BA (Hons) Photography and Film, Leeds Arts University (2016).
Fiona R

Mrs Fiona R


Subjects taught:
Primary, SEN, 11+, SATs, School Entrance Exams
Qualifications:
National Qualification for Senior Leaders (NPQSL). PGCE (University College of Ripon and York St John (1993). BA (Hons) Degree, University of York (1992).
Ginnie R

Ms Ginnie R


Subjects taught:
English, English Language, English Literature, School Entrance Exams
Qualifications:
PGCE English Language and Literature and Teaching English as a Foreign Language (1976). BA (Hons) English Language and Literature, Royal Holloway, University of London (1974). MA in Shakespeare and the Theatre, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham (2013)
Mark M

Mr Mark M


Subjects taught:
Maths, Computer Science, 13+, Common Entrance Exams, Further Maths, IT Skills, School Entrance Exams
Qualifications:
MA Pure Mathematics, University of Oxford (1975).

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What is Chemistry?

Chemistry is the study of matter, the particles they are made of, and how these particles interact with each other. This covers how the atoms make up molecules, what happens when they react - the energy absorbed or released and the new substances formed during these chemical reactions. Everything in the world we can see or touch or smell is a chemical meaning Chemistry is a part of everything we do in our lives. Matter made up of atoms; pure substances with one type of atom only are called elements; those made from molecules, more than one type of atom bound together are called compounds. This means that chemistry is at the heart of everything in the world, from naturally occurring structures such as rivers and mountains, to the materials used to build the tallest skyscrapers or make up the most complex medicines.

Chemistry Tuition at GCSE and IGCSE

At GCSE level students usually take Chemistry as a single science, resulting in one stand alone GCSE, usually with Physics and Biology also taken as separate sciences alongside, resulting in three GCSEs in total; or as part of Dual or Combined Science, where a reduced syllabus of all three Sciences are taken resulting in two or one GCSE.

The exam format is typically two written papers, each 1 hour and forty five minutes long. Topics studied can include Atomic Structure, the Periodic Table, Chemical Bonds and the Structure of Matter, Physical and Chemical Changes, Energy Changes in Reactions, Organic Chemistry, Chemical Analysis, The Atmosphere, Industrial Processes. There will also be questions set based on the practical activities students have carried out throughout the course.

Chemistry Tuition at A-Level

At A-Level the assessment is linear, with examinations taken at the end of two years for A-Level. Typically this will involve three papers each two hours long for A-Level. Students will also have practical skills assessed throughout the course and also have to answer questions based on practical activities. The three main area of study are Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, but with significantly more analysis and use of mathematics than at GCSE level.

A-Level Chemistry can lead on to a wide variety of University Courses and careers including Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Dentistry, Geology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science amongst many others.

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