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Teaching Science online may seem a difficult task, particularly for topics typically demonstrated in the school laboratory. However, as Phil sets out in this blog, for every challenge, there is a solution. While great communication between tutor and student is key, along with careful preparation ahead of each session, there is nothing to say that online Science tuition cannot be practical and interactive!
Phil April, 2020
In this blog, Sobia gives you an idea of what to expect in 16+ Biology, Chemistry and Physics entrance exams. While knowledge recall is important, schools will be looking for candidates who illustrate strong analytical skills and a real understanding of key scientific concepts.
Sobia September, 2019
Alan is an experienced tutor specialising in A-level, GCSE and IB tuition in Mathematics and Physics. Here he offers some suggestions on how to keep your teenager motivated and some specific advice in studying mathematics and physics.
In this blog, Physics tutor Chris provides some great tips on choosing your Physics IA title. Focusing on research methodology (rather than an impossible topic) and choosing a study that interests you will help you on your way. Chris sets out some IA ideas for inspiration.
In this blog, Chris discusses why it can be fun and informative to study Astronomy. If you enjoy Physics and Maths and History, then look at Astronomy - it combines all these in one interesting and enjoyable place. Next time you are in a group and look up at the night sky and someone asks - 'Hey, what's that', you can be the one to answer them!
Chris July, 2017
How to teach Physics online? There are probably as many answers to this question as there are tutors and teachers who try to teach online. In this blog, Chris sets out how, to him, teaching Physics to one student via online tuition isn't so different to teaching a class of students at all: you just need a plan and the right technology!
Physics can be a particularly difficult subject to master. To get that top grade, organisation and reading around the topic are key. Most importantly, never be afraid to ask for help - the only stupid question is the one you didn't ask!
Nick October, 2016
Achieving a Level 7 in IB Physics is by no means easy. But following these 7 simple tips - set out by our top Physics tutor Nick - could get you well on your way.
Nick September, 2016