Biology Tuition

The Importance of Science

Biology Tuition, as well as tuition for the other Science subjects of Physics and Chemistry are very popular.  These subjects are very important in the curriculum as every student has to study Science at least until GCSE. Furthermore, studying Sciences at A-­level or International Baccalaureate (IB) is highly valued by universities.  Scoring high grades can be a route to a prestigious undergraduate degree. It is therefore crucial that students achieve as highly as possible in these subjects, to set them up for greater academic success in the future. Our tuition is available face to face or online.

Biology Tuition in Combination With Other Sciences
Biology Tuition

Many of our experienced tutors are able to teach more than one Science subject, sometimes in combination with Maths. It is therefore common for many of our students to have the same tutor for both Chemistry and Biology tuition, or Maths and Physics tuition or all three Sciences.  Our tutors are highly effective in quickly improving students’ understanding and knowledge, as well as improving exam technique.  We provide both one to one and online teaching in Biology tuition.

Biology Tuition-What You Learn

Biology focuses on the study of life and living organisms. Although it is a wide field with many different areas of study, the main unifying concepts in Biology include: cell theory; genetics; evolution; homeostasis; and energy. In learning about this challenging field, we assist students to understand biological concepts; identify key features of organisms (both animals and plants); and explain biological processes. We also teach revision, study skills and exam technique, so students can achieve highly in Biology exams. Biology is a key subject for lots of STEM careers, particularly in healthcare, medicine and jobs involving plants or animals. The list is pretty long and includes: nursing, dentistry, forensic science, psychology, physiotherapy, botany, environmental science, zoology, geology, oceanography, pharmaceuticals, energy, teaching, science writing, genetics and research.