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Biology is a subject that is taught at all ages throughout primary, secondary, and post-secondary education.
If your child or teenager intends to pursue a career in academia, industry, pharmacy or wants to work in animal conservation or zoo, biology knowledge at GCSE and A level is essential.
Biology exams can be particularly challenging so if your child is still struggling with the difference between a stamen and a stigma, GoStudent biology tutors can help.
GoStudent biology tuition covers homework, coursework or even cramming for those final biology exams to help your child get into one of London’s prestigious universities.
There are many universities in London that offer biology degrees, some primary examples being Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) or the University of Westminster.
Both schools provide full-time and part-time courses to students who want to study science. The University of East Anglia (UEA) and the University of Kent are some other universities that offer a biology degree in London.
If you're looking for a higher-ranked school, King's College London (KCL), Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge all have strong reputations for their undergraduate research programs.
Wherever your child chooses to study, the private biology tutors at GoStudent are waiting to help them get there with personalised biology tuition that doesn’t cost the earth.
There are so many options for biology tuition and types of biology tutors in London that it's hard to choose. Would your child prefer a one-on-one session or would group learning work better? Which slot in the schedule fits best - morning classes or afternoon lessons? With all these possibilities available nearby, finding the right fit can be difficult!
Choice of tutors: With GoStudent, each parent is guided to help choose a biology tutor according to the level their child is studying at.
Access to a wide range of resources: When you sign up for biology lessons with GoStudent, your child will be taught by a tutor who is an expert in the field. Our tutors work with a range of materials such as biology textbooks, creative resources and videos to make classes more interactive and fun.
Personalised progress: GoStudent's individualised biology tutoring provides each student with a unique learning plan. Every student has a custom made learning plan tailored to their needs and the teacher can alter the pace and content according to the students’ needs.
Tutor-student relationship: If your child plans to take long-term classes, a good relationship between student and teacher is vital, so that the biology classes are fun, interesting and motivating. Our customer success team can help set your child up for success with personal tutor recommendations.
Practice makes perfect: There’s no such thing as a quick fix for success. The more your child practices biology, the more likely they are to grasp the material and pass the exams. Enrolling in private biology classes in London will provide your child with additional opportunities for practice in a supportive environment.
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London is a city that has been the birthplace of many great scientists. As such, there are plenty of museums and universities to study biology in London. While studying biology your child can follow in the footsteps of some of the biology giants that have lived and worked in London such as:
Adam Sedgwick (1785-1873) Geologist at University College London, famous for his research in geology and mineralogy. He also studied biology during the early days of the Royal School of Mines.
*Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895) Zoologist best known as “Darwin's Bulldog” for his advocacy of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
*Frederick William Frankland (1825-1899) Biologist best known for his research in chemistry, geology and meteorology during the early days of Queen's College London. He has also made significant contributions to biology through pioneering work done on the human brain and its functions.
*Charles Lyell (1797-1875) Geologist known for his research in paleontology, stratigraphy, sedimentary rocks and other geologic features of Earth's history. He also served as president of the Geological Society during 1841 to 1844 and was one of Darwin's closest friends.
*George Rolleston (1829-1920) Anatomist who was a professor at Oxford University and later served as president of the British Medical Association from 1881 to 1882. He also made contributions in zoology by conducting research on marine invertebrates, notably starfish and sea urchins.
Due to the number of prominent biologists who have lived and worked in London there are a lot of natural history museums in London for you to explore with your child. Most of them have been built by famous biologists from the past.
* The Grant Museum is very popular among biology students and families because it has different types of animals and fossils. It was originally a collection of dead animals given by Sir Arthur Smith-Clarke, a famous biologist from the 19th century who studied invertebrates.
* The Natural History Museum has been designed to look like an old palace. Some people think it looks too heavy but students studying biology love this museum because there are so many exhibits.
* The Darwin Centre is part of the Natural History Museum and has an exhibition about Charles Darwin's life. It also contains real stuffed animals collected by Darwin during his voyage around the world on board HMS Beagle in 1831-1836. That was when he wrote "On the Origin of Species".
So, what are you waiting for? Help your child get immersed in biology today!