Principal Tutors provide private online science tutors for GCSE and online physics, chemistry and biology tutors at A-level.
GCSE Science currently comprises of two variants, namely Combined Science (Double Award) and Separate Science (Triple Award). Both of these options consist of the three science disciplines physics, chemistry and biology. GCSE Science can be taken at Foundation (grades 1-5) or Higher Tier (grades 4-9).
GCSE Biology topics include cell biology, infection, homeostasis, inheritance and evolution amongst others.
GCSE Chemistry topics may include atomic structure, quantitative chemistry, energy changes, organic chemistry and the rate of chemical change to name a few.
GCSE Physics topics include energy, electricity, forces, waves and electromagnetism as well as other fascinating areas.
We have qualified online science teachers and tutors with experience at helping pupils with KS3 and GCSE science. Contact us now to discuss your individual requirements for private one to one online tuition.
Topics for A-level Physics can include mechanics, space, thermodynamics, electricity, nuclear radiation and measurements.
Topics for A-level chemistry can include atomic structure, bonding, practical skills, organic chemistry amongst others.
Topics for A-level biology can include cells, genetics, biodiversity, energy transfer, biological molecules amongst many other fascinating areas.
We have a number of experienced online tutors that specialise in tutoring for physics, chemistry and biology at A-level that provide private one to one tuition online. Please contact us for further details or submit your request above.
Our virtual online classrooms use digital whiteboards with integrated audio and video capability. Sessions are recorded so you can review your lesson afterwards as often as required. The entire whiteboard contents will also be emailed to you after each lesson for your notes. Both tutor and student can write on the whiteboard and learning material can be uploaded to the learning space. This means a highly effective and efficient one to one tutoring session can take place, without the pupil having to spend any time making notes.