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General Teaching Council (GTC)
Qualified Teacher Status Secondary
PGCE Secondary Chemistry
The University of Manchester
Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry
Information about Carl
I am a PhD-educated, qualified teacher and examiner for chemistry with an outstanding track record of improving grades and confidence. My extensive subject knowledge and experience allow me to teach `beyond the syllabus`, giving students the deeper understanding essential for top grades.
With examining experience for GCSE, A level and International Baccalaureate Diploma chemistry, I understand the strategies needed for exam success and how to improve exam technique. Each year, on average over 80 % of my students achieve top grades and successfully gain entry to competitive degree programmes (such as medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine) at world-class universities.
I work as a full-time professional tutor, which means I am 100 % committed to my students success and can guarantee a service that is professional, reliable and expert.
All resources (notes, PowerPoints and booklets of past paper questions) are provided at no additional cost.
Availability: Tutoring hours during term-time:
Weekdays 0930 - 2000
Saturdays 1100 - 1630
Weekdays 0930 - 1800
Saturdays 1100 - 1630
Willing to travel: Home Only
Experience: My professional experience has been developed through my roles as a qualified teacher of science, a private tutor of chemistry from school level to degree level, and as an examiner for GCSE, A level and International Baccalaureate Diploma chemistry. As a full-time professional online tutor, I have delivered over 3,000 hours tuition to students in 14 countries.
I have also enjoyed a successful career running a high-tech university spinout company, which gave me the real-world experience necessary to bring chemistry to life and teach beyond the textbook. Thanks to my unique science and business background, I understand the skills needed for success after the classroom and can give useful advice on careers, and UCAS personal statements and interviews.