Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the Chemistry tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Dominic is an experienced Science tutor with a PhD in Chemistry. He has tutored for many years, teaching over 2,300 hours through Keystone. He aims to make his lessons interesting and fun and he also recognises the importance of exam technique.
Shirin is an experienced tutor with a PhD in Nanotechnology (Physics/Chemistry). She is patient and calm and loves to see her students improve and grow in understanding and passion for their subjects. Shirin has taught over 2,300 hours through Keystone.
Jon is a former Head of Science with over 10 years' experience in teaching GCSE Science and A-level Physics. He joined Keystone in 2012 and has helped 210 Keystone families over this period, teaching more than 7,900 hours.
Rory started tutoring whilst at Oxford and has worked with students of all ages. He teaches Maths, Science and English across the board. He is enthusiastic and encouraging and gets great feedback from his students. He has worked over 3,700 hours with Keystone.
Ryan tutors alongside completing his PhD at Cambridge. He is a highly academic but also a very personable individual with a love for Science.
James tutors alongside reading Dentistry at King’s College London. He believes that tuition should be a team effort between the tutor and tutee and loves to see his students grow in confidence and academic ability.
Neil is a highly experienced Chemistry teacher, with many years of classroom experience. Neil has been a Head of Science and Head of Studies and now tutors alongside his teaching. His approach is exam-oriented and skills-based in order to help students gain maximum marks in exams.
Kasra tutors has a PhD in Chemistry from Oxford University as well as a first class undergraduate degree from University College London. He has worked through Keystone since 2014 and billed over 600 hours, helping 58 families.
Daniel is an experienced Science tutor and a medical student. His great sense of humour paired with his patient approach has helped him develop a highly successful style of tutoring.
Sean is a Science and Maths tutor with years of experience. When he isn't tutoring he works for his own film company and produces dramatic British film and Science for television.
Cameron has a first-class Chemistry degree and is currently completing his Masters at Imperial. He is passionate about Science and loves to encourage and motivate his tutees.
Keerti studied at King's College London and is a qualified Science teacher who gained experience through the Teach First programme. She has taught a range of ages and levels and has billed close to 1,000 hours through Keystone alone.
Eleanor is a confident and passionate Maths and Science tutor. Her ability to make the subjects she teaches fun makes her a real hit with her students.
Jack is an Oxford graduate who is passionate about Maths and Science. He aims to inspire his students and help them to become independent learners.
Mariam is an experienced tutor with a flawless academic record. She is currently a final year medical student at Guy's King's and St Thomas', King's College. She tutors alongside her studies and is a passionate academic and educator.
Claire is a qualified Science Teacher with a passion for her subject. She has recently returned from teaching at a school in China where she was Head of Department.
Olivia is an Oxford graduate and a full-time tutor. She teaches Science and Maths as well as French and Music. She is an enthusiastic and inspiring teacher who really impressed us at interview.
"Hani has been tutoring our daughter in chemistry and, in a space of three short months, Hani has turned our daughter from a grade C student to a predicted A* in her GCSE. She has wonderful intuition and knows when to push forward and when to pull back resulting in our daughter’s growing confidence in chemistry. Hani gives 150 per cent of herself and it is obvious to see she really enjoys tutoring and is totally invested in your child’s success."Mother of GCSE Chemistry student
"I’m really pleased to say that I got an 8 in my chemistry GCSE. I’m so happy and wouldn’t have imagined such a good result. Thank you for everything, you helped so much it’s unbelievable and I wouldn’t have gotten that result if it wasn’t for your help."GCSE Chemistry student
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