In addition to my online tuition services I also offer one-to-one home tuition for students in Merseyside and parts of Lancashire and Cheshire. My catchment area extends from Liverpool to Preston and Southport to Bolton.

Tuition is available for secondary school students of all ages. This includes KS3 chemistry, GCSE and A Level. I have twelve years of teaching experience and have worked as an examiner for four years.

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Why choose home Chemistry tutor – Steve Smith

If you choose to hire me then you can be confident that you are securing the services of a highly experienced teaching practitioner with a well established track record of helping students of all abilities maximise their potential in chemistry.

My fee is £35 per hour. Unlike online lessons, payment is not required in advance of the lesson. To book a home tuition lesson, click on my calendar to check my availability and once you have found your preferred time-slot follow the instructions to confirm the booking. Alternatively you can email me directly at info@onlinechemistrytutor.net.

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When you register a lesson with me you will be asked to confirm your current level of study (KS3, GCSE, A Level) and the particular area or areas of chemistry that you would like covered by the lesson. This information allows me to prepare resources that meet your specific needs. For this reason, I require 48 hours notice to book a time-slot in order to ensure that I have ample time to prepare the resources. This is reflected in my booking calendar. You will also be asked to provide your name and email address so that I can contact you to confirm the booking or request additional information where required.

Why choose home Chemistry tutor – Steve Smith

If you would like regular lessons or require a block booking please email me at info@onlinechemistrytutor.net and I will be delighted to set this up for you. A regular day and time will be provided subject to School or other commitments.

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