Tutor Subject: Biology

Biology is the study of life and life processes, from the smallest biological molecules, through organ systems and the variety of organisms on the planet, to the largest ecosystems and habitats where these organisms live and interact.

As such a huge subject area, Biology gives a fascinating range of knowledge and insight into not only how other species survive, but also the mysterious workings of our own body.

Up to age 14 you are introduced to various basic aspects of organisms and how life works, and from GCSE onwards through A Level you add more technical concepts and details that provide more understanding, giving more interest and stimulus to the subject.

Biology leads towards careers in research, fieldwork, analysis and medicine, to name a few possibilities. The development of antibiotics, vaccination and genetically modified organisms have all come about due to Biological Science, and there is a huge amount still to discover!

During studies you will develop the ability to learn, recall and organise large amounts of information, and will improve your ability to analyse data and evaluate conclusions based on the data, so will be better able to spot ‘bad science’ whenever you see it around you and in the media (a common occurrence).

For higher studies, to get on to a biology-related degree there is obviously variation between what the different universities require, but you will usually need at least two A Levels, including Biology and preferably Chemistry, as there is considerable overlap between the two subjects. You are also likely to need at least five GCSEs including Science, English and Maths.

For more information on the subject, including new articles and helpful advice, visit: the Royal Society of Biology website

Biology is a very real and living subject and studying this subject is extremely interesting and can be great fun. It can also tell us a great deal about ourselves.

Featured tutor Rozie, tutor number 1047

Featured Tutor: Rozie

Location: Mulbarton

I have over 12 years’ experience of teaching GCSE Science and A-Level Biology. I have successfully tutored many students over the years so they can achieve the grades they need to obtain a place on their chosen degree course; including enabling students to attain places for Medicine and Veterinary Science courses. I am also an …

Featured tutor Christine, tutor number TTT707

Featured Tutor: Christine

Location: Skype tuition only

An enthusiastic and motivated BSc Honours graduate from St George’s University of London, currently studying for my MSc Cardiac Physiology degree at Middlesex University and working as a full-time Cardiac Physiologist with the NHS. Tutoring for 4 years, I have a vivid passion to share my knowledge and motivate others in their learning. Throughout these …

Featured tutor Emily, tutor number TUT682

Featured Tutor: Emily

Location: Hingham

If you’re struggling with any part of the curriculum or you are just wanting to make sure that you nail your SATs, GCSEs or functional skills qualifications, then I would be happy to help you achieve your goals with friendly bespoke sessions, tailored to you. In me, you’ll find a committed, enthusiastic teacher and hard …

Featured tutor Richard, tutor number 826

Featured Tutor: Richard

Location: Gunthorpe and also offers Skype tuition

Tutoring is my main job these days. I teach yoga as well. I dinghy sail and spend time walking with my Jack Russell terriers. From your point of view the important things are that I have lots of experience and so know how varied are the ways people approach learning, and I am relaxed. I …

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Biology Tutors

In addition to the featured tutors, we have more tutors who teach this subject. Here is the full range of levels we can offer:

PrimaryIncludes KS1 & KS2
SecondaryKS3 – Lower secondary
GCSEKS4 – Upper secondary
A-levelKS5 – Sixth Form