Classes for GCSE or A-Level students who need extra support on Science subjects to get their desired grades, or for those who are interested in neuroscience. I am a Neuroscience student at the University of Bristol who's studied Biology, Psychology and Mathematics at A-Level and who enjoys physics. I can also help with other subjects if notified in advance.
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Hi, I hope you are doing well during this challenging time! I have a few Online tutoring slots available for Science up to GCSE level, and Biology up to A-level. I am a very patient and encouraging tutor, who has extensive experience teaching at all levels. I have previously achieved an A in both GCSE and A-level science and currently am studying neuroscience at a Russel Group university. Enhanced DBS certificate. Message me to arrange Online tuition, Many Thanks, Srooley
Biology · Neuroscience · Molecular biology
Julien - London£69
Trusted teacher: Dear researchers, dear analysts, As you know, statistics are a powerful tool. Used properly, they provide us the means to characterize complex systems such as human populations or neural networks. Doctor in physics from the University of Geneva. Previously, during my master's thesis, I carried out ab-initio calculations within a computational physics research group at EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology). Just like you, I know how much time some tools require in order to be understood and used properly. To you who realize the importance of understanding your tool in order to produce a serious study, you are right to seek advices. I will save you the time you need to work. Contact me without hesitation. Sincerely,
Statistics · Neuroscience · Numerical analysis
These classes support students working within the social and behavioural sciences. You might be studying for A level, conducting postgraduate level research, or preparing an application for your undergraduate course. The sessions are informal and unstructured, with a focus on dialogic approaches. You will be encouraged to ask questions and reflect critically throughout.
English · Psychology · Neuroscience