Private Tutors for Chemistry

We introduce tutors for Chemistry at 13+, GCSE, A Level, IB and beyond.

All of the Chemistry tutors we introduce have superb academic qualifications and a thorough knowledge of the main Chemistry exam boards. These qualities combined with their passion for the subject will make even the most complex chemical formulae and reactions clear and easy to understand – from the simple Reactivity Series and changes of state beloved by Common Entrance examiners to the particulars of organic, inorganic and physical Chemistry. To find the right tutor for your child, we take the time to understand your son or daughter’s requirements and learning style.

To discuss your child’s requirements in greater detail and find the right tutor for them, please call one of our tuition consultants.

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Please contact one of our tuition consultants to find a Chemistry tutor matched to your child’s learning style and academic requirements.

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Meet A Typical Chemistry Tutor


Avani has a PhD in Nuclear Medicine, a branch of Chemistry. Before this she completed a Masters and a Bachelors degree in Chemistry at Queen Mary University. She uses this extensive base of Chemistry knowledge to help her students go above and beyond the expectations of their level. In over fifteen years of tutoring experience, Avani has held 42 residential positions and more than 300 private tuition positions. This has included teaching Chemistry at GCSE, A Level and IB. Avani has travelled with families as a tutor in countries such as India, Bangladesh and Kenya. She has enjoyed, “tutoring on boats, in planes, safaris, deserts and in the middle of the jungle”.

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