A-Level Chemistry Tutors in London
Chemistry begins in the stars. The stars are the source of the chemical elements, which are the building blocks of matter and the core of our subject.
– Peter Atkins
Tutor House provides A-Level Chemistry tuition with knowledgeable and enthusiastic tutors, where lessons are tailored and organised to the individual student’s capabilities and needs. All our Chemistry tutors aim to make sure every lesson is fun, integrating, balancing scientific practicals with coursework and exam techniques. This helps students learn in the way that suits them.
A-Level Chemistry is a challenging and rewarding course, allowing students to independently develop their scientific skills and knowledge. A-level Chemistry syllabuses provide all the skills and the tools required in order to acquire or discover a great interest with a degree of specificity, which should lead to the passion for the topic and the stimulus to want to know more.
Breakdown of the core Chemistry A-Level modules:
- Atomic structure
- Amount of substance
- Intro to organic chemistry
- Acids and Bases
- Transition Metals
Benefits of studying Chemistry A-Level
Studying Chemistry at A-Level helps you to develop research, problem solving and analytical skills. It also helps students challenge their ideas and shows them how to solve problems through logical, step-by-step reasoning.
A-Level Chemistry is a huge step up from GCSE/ iGCSE. It requires teamwork and communication as well as independent studying and research. Students are challenged to think outside the box and become very hands on within experiments and research.
Why is it worth studying Chemistry at A-Level?
Chemistry is a practical and experimental subject that can help students to think creatively and scientifically. Many Chemistry A-Level students go on study Science at university, giving them the confidence to research topics they have a real passion and interest for.
What can you do with a Chemistry degree?
The range of jobs available for a Chemistry graduate is enormous and in continuous development, from the oil industry to the nuclear power station design. Also, many Chemistry graduates take their studies even further, beyond their degree.
Some specialise in interesting areas of applied Chemistry, such as biochemistry!