Biochemistry Tutors : 1-1 Biochemistry Preparation
- Online or in person lessons with experienced Biochemistry teachers
- Whatever your age or skill level, we can match you with the perfect teacher
- Learn online or in person with experienced, vetted tutors
- You're in control, with lessons that fit around your schedule
Here's a selection of our Biochemistry tutors, continue below to search from all 500 tutors
Hi my name is Arun and I am currently a 3rd year medical student at Sheffield University. I have recently undertaken my A-levels, UCAT, and medical interviews in 2020. I had 4 interviews and received offers from all four.
I was one of few students to actually undertake the A-levels exams in November 2020 after my exams were cancelled due to Coronavirus. I am dyslexic so I have weird and wonderful ways to remind critical information and I hope I am able to support prospective doctors (dyslexic or non) to achieve their dream to become a medical professional.
I was not labelled as your typical medical student by my school. I continued to persevere until I reached the goal that I set myself, with the help of my family.
I hope we can work well together and achieve what you set your mind to, just like I did. 🙂
My name is Rebecca, and I am a current undergraduate at the University of Oxford reading for an integrated masters in Biochemistry. I have always enjoyed Science, particularly Biology and Chemistry, finding myself fascinated by the chemistry of life. I am active in student life, being on the college rowing team and the netball captain I really enjoy teaching, as it is a fantastic opportunity to share my passion for these subjects, and this passion helps me to engage students in the content. I have also recently started writing for scientific magazines, with an article being published in Phenotype, and others commissioned. In my degree I have achieved a First in the Bachelors portion of my degree, and I am predicted a First for my Masters. I am an experienced tutor, having successfully tutored both GCSE and A-Level students to achieve their target grades.
Hi ! My name is Ella and i’m currently a vet student at The Royal Veterinary College, London. I previously studied the gateway to Veterinary medicine course at RVC so have had an extra year of learning and experience at the university. Although I can understand and have been through the stress and anxiety of applying to vet school, I want to help and allow you to turn that around and really enjoy and get the most out of your interviews and application the same way I did ! I also used medic mind to be able to achieve where I am today and since then have helped others with their vet application so know all the tips and tricks to help you get into the university you want. In relevance to the veterinary medicine application process, I have worked very hard and did most of the research of the application process myself. With my experience I want to give everyone who wants and deserves it the opportunity to study veterinary medicine.
Would you like us to handpick a tutor? Fill in your details below
Our team of friendly tutors is available 24/7 to answer your queries and find you a tutor. Speak to us on
+44 (0) 203 305 9593
Discover more Biochemistry tutors below, we offer a selection of 500 highly qualified tutors for you to choose from
Hi! My name is Joseph and I am going into my third year studying biological Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge. I will specialise in Pathology, but have taken physiology, neurobiology and chemistry at degree level too. I understand how exhausting the Oxbridge application process can be, and how challenging it is to balance this with preparation for exams too. I want to assure you that your success is my priority and I am happy to help in any way that I can. Whether you need help with your personal statement, admissions exams, interviews or with your end of year exams I am determined to help you succeed. I hope that I can help you be excited about applying to University too – researching universities and writing applications feels daunting but as someone who is having a great time at university currently, I know that the end result is worth it. I do a lot of theatre at university which requires a lot of time management skills to balance alongside a demanding degree, but I do this because I understand the importance of finding joy outside of academic work. In my lessons I will help you succeed but I will encourage this in a healthy and productive way.
Hi, I’m Fran! I am a postgraduate student at UCL, studying for MSc Science Technology and Society, which I hope to finish in 2024. In 2022, I graduated with a BA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, where I specialised in Materials Science in my final year. I’m super passionate about science, and love science communication and policy-making. In my spare time, I enjoy rock-climbing, reading, board games, and music.
I have been tutoring privately for around 4 years now, and I love it! I enjoy spreading my passion for science and love discussing new and interesting topics and issues in science with my students. I think it’s really important to engage children and young people with science, to encourage the next generation of medics, mathematicians, scientists, and engineers.
When I was doing my A-levels I originally saw myself as doing Law. I chose my A-levels in Biology, Chemistry and History. I got into Law school at Swansea University until 2 weeks in I had a change of heart!
Instead I did a BSc in Medical Genetics at Swansea University and received (68.81% average). What did I learn? I learnt that using a combination of different learning techniques, was the best for not only knowledge retention but applying my understanding to more difficult topics such as embryology or complex organic chemistry. For example, in embryology I used videos or my friends to get an overview and get a real understanding of the topic, then using lectures/textbooks to hone in on the factual content and then answering questions which helped me identify key issues and common misunderstandings. Using other resources like posters or flashcards were helpful to improve knowledge.
Shortly after gradating from Swansea University with honours, I joined the Wellcome Sanger Institute, as a research scientist in SARS-CoV-2 sequencing. I began to love science again, because my field of research in microbiology helped the work against SARS-CoV-2. Currently, I am involved in the Respiratory Virus and Microbiome initiative (RVI) for further pandemic preparedness. Having experienced the pleasure of immediate benefit of my work, I saw medicine providing similar reward for my endeavours and took the UCAT and GAMSAT. I was quite upset that my first attempt was not good as I hoped but that did not put me off and I re-sat those exams with a better understanding of how to revise efficiently. I developed some techniques in order to stick to a regimented schedule, doing a bit everyday, under the values of ICT (Intensity, Consistency, Timing).
More important than anything was to immerse myself into hobbies outside of education I rediscovered my passion for gym, hiking and rugby, attempting how to boulder but not quite got the hang of it 🙂 Did make it difficult revising when you were sore the next day. During my application for medicine, I embarked on an MSc in Genomic Medicine at Kings and St George’s to keep the “grey cells running” and awaiting a predicted 1st! The icing on the cake was having the opportunity to stay at the Wellcome Sanger Institute in order complete my MSc dissertation on the RVI project with them. For my medicine interview prep I actually got tutored from medic mind and found the tutoring and resources from medic mind was a game changer and allowed me translate soft skills I learnt during my prep to my role in research.
I have been granted an honorary position at the Wellcome Sanger Institute where I have the opportunity to contribute to research and the literature. My particular areas of expertise include Biology, Chemistry and research methodology.
Start your tuition today
Discover more Biochemistry tutors below, we offer a selection of 827 highly qualified tutors for you to choose from
Hello! I’m a current 3rd year Natural Sciences student at Cambridge University, studying Physics, with a keen interest in Quantum Physics and computation.
Enthusiastic about physics, although I have studied Maths and Chemistry in my 1st year of university, I am able to tutor A-level Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Further Maths and Biology (AS-level). I would also be happy to tutor most GCSE subjects, where I acheived a grade 9 in Maths and English, and A*s in Science.
I have taken the NSAA Cambridge admissions test before, as well as the UKCAT where I scored an above average mark. I would however also be happy to help with other admissions tests such as STEP, PAT and the BMAT.
I have often been complimented by the way I tutor from friends and family, I am punctual, passionate and patient. I have experience with working with children and young adults, as well as experience through the Cambridge application process.
I am a final year medical student at Flinders University who is about to graduate soon. In addition, to studying medicine at Flinders I have also participated in extracurriculars such as university sports and medrevue, as stage manager. Medrevue which is a musical that is organized by medical students every year.
I moved to Australia 10 years ago and did not have much experience with their tertiary education system. However, my experiences with volunteering and private tutoring helped me build a network which later helped me gain useful advice when trying to seek admission into an undergraduate university course. I believe I would be of use to anyone who needs some mentoring while trying to navigate the tertiary education system in Australia.
The networks I was able to establish during the course of my undergraduate degree helped me a lot when trying to gain admission into medicine in Australia. I studied Bachelors of Biomedicine at University of Melbourne graduating with a First class Honors Average and a GPA of 6.8out of a maximum of 7. I was a subjective representative as well. Following my undergraduate degree a spent an year of honors research with the aged care group at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. As a result of my research I was able to publish articles in reputable journals.
I am currently studying medicine at Flinders where some members of the faculty have let me know that I have been scoring in the top 10 % of students. I am a anatomy/dissection tutor for junior medical students as well
Hi! I’m Ben and I’m a finalist studying Biochemistry in my 4th year of study at the University of Oxford. I’ve excelled at every level of education, receiving 10 9s at GCSE, 4 A*s at A level and a predicted 1st in my finals. This level of consistency and achievement is the blueprint I use with aspiring Oxbridge students to ensure they reach their goals. I have mentored various students in my sixth form through the interview process and discussed the techniques I used to maintain a spotless academic record. My tutoring approach is personal, since each student requires a unique mentoring strategy to extract their passions and provide motivation to work hard and achieve their full potential. I specialise in explaining key concepts in a simplified manner, with 3 years studying Biochemistry providing me with ample content to stretch my student’s knowledge in a manner identical to that used by Oxbridge tutors. It’s important to me to ensure all students have the opportunity to study at prestigious universities to kickstart their career, and having built up a network of friends and colleagues in elite academic and professional environments, I can help prospective students surpass goals in various fields. I aim to instil not only knowledge but to inspire a strong work ethic and build up traits vital towards achieving success in the future.
Get in touch
Our Tutor Matching Experts are on hand to help match you and your perfect tutor, get in touch here.
How much do Biochemistry tutors cost per hour?
The cost of a Biochemistry tutor can vary depending on their qualifications and experience. Generally, private tutors charge between £30.00 and £50.00 per hour, with online lessons often slightly cheaper than in-person lessons
Can you take Biochemistry lessons Online?
Yes, you can take Biochemistry lessons online! All of our tutors offer online tutoring, most of them through our state-of-the-art online classroom which has been built by us to meet all your needs.