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Hello! I`m Diana and my favourite subject is chemistry!
I love everything about this science and even though it can be difficult to understand for beginners, I guarantee that it is very rewarding! I can tutor you in all Chemistry branches and help you develop your knowledge easily. I have been studying Chemistry for 7 years now and, at the moment, I am a Chemistry undergraduate at Imperial College London. During these years I have built a strong knowledge, but I have also learned useful tricks for a faster understanding and I have come across a lot of valuable information, text books and details.
I am friendly, patient and dedicated to my pupils, so I hope I can help you as well! Apart from Chemistry, I have a high interest in adjacent fields of study: mathematics and biology. Therefore, I can give tutoring lessons in those 2 as well, having studied them myself for the past years.
I can give regular tutoring sessions or just revision lessons, depending on the student’s needs. I focus on teaching my students how to approach every topic logically so that they understand the facts instead of just memorising what they have to learn.
I combine theory teaching with solving practice questions and past papers, so I make sure pupils have grasped what I explained them. A fair amount of homework could be given to help pupils practice the topics so that they don`t forget what they learnt. Every lesson will have this structure: 1. Questions and answers about the previous lesson 2. Teaching and explaining the theory for a new topic, making use of many examples, 3. Practice questions on the topic discussed previously 4. Feedback and establishing next session’s topic.
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