I like to be more relaxed than most tutors. My lessons can differ depending on those who are in my class. They can range from GCSE level to entry level for university. Some lessons can be using more of a lecture style whilst others may have some preprepared sheets.
Currently, I'm in the third year of studying Marine Biology at the University of Portsmouth and currently writing a dissertation on dolphin healing rates from shark bites. I am new to online tutoring but have tutored many of my year and the years below me in different areas of science and maths. I have an A* in Statistics and Maths GCSE and an A in Chemistry and Maths and a B in Biology at A-level. I am currently predicted a first in Marine Biology.
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Currently, I'm in the third year of studying Marine Biology at the University of Portsmouth and currently writing a dissertation on dolphin healing rates from shark bites. While I was studying at secondary school, I was involved in many clubs and leadership roles where I gained the skills and traits which are beneficial for the workplace environment such as communication with peers, working as part of a team, solving problems and handling pressure. These experiences have allowed me to become a hardworking, patient and self-motivated person who looks forward to every upcoming challenge.
Qualifications and skills
GCSE - The Albany School, Hornchurch, Essex (finished June 2016)
•A* - Statistics and Maths
•A - English language, English Literature
A-levels – Havering Sixth Form College, Hornchurch, Essex (finished June 2018)
•A - Chemistry and Maths
•B – Biology
•D – Further Maths
Previous or current employment
• Role: Kiosk Worker
Place of employment: Fratton Park, Frogmore Road, Southsea
Start date: 20/10/18 - 2020 (casual contract)
Duties: I had to take orders from customers and then retrieve/prepare any food or drink they ordered. This could be either whilst on a till or not on a till. I also had to clean my working area and make sure that the food area was hygienic.
• Role: Science Inspirer
Place of volunteering: Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium
Duration: 02/12/18 (current, casual contract)
Duties: I engage with visitors to the centre and talk with them about the science behind several exhibits. I also led workshops or creative areas where children had hands on experiences with science. These can sometimes include participating in shows.
• Role: Pub Quiz Host
Company: Lucky Cow Quiz Co
Start date: 10/11/19 (current)
Duties: Every week I would print out the answer sheets and picture sheets for the quiz and promote the quiz on social media. Then I would go to the pub where I would set up and host the quiz. I would interact with many people on these nights and use my charisma and communication skills to interact with the participants.
Extracurricular activities and achievements
• Assistant manager for Tigers JFC (February 2017 – May 2018)
I was in charge of checking and publishing any upcoming fixtures for my Sunday league football team. Here I would show my organisational skills and ability to take charge of a group of people.
• Head Boy at The Albany School (September 2015 – June 2016)
During Year 11 of secondary school, I was privileged to become Head Boy. I was able to build upon my communication, leadership and problem solving skills. I worked with the Head Girl to lead the prefects and the student voice and to improve the school, overcame problems with opposing views between individuals and planned and carried out a successful open evening. I was also tasked with organising the school prom by arranging activities, awards and music. The new responsibilities put me out of my element but I was able to handle them.
• Ambassador to Japanese students at The Albany School (May 2014)
When Japanese students came to our school, I was one of the individuals who took them on a tour of our school and then invited them into some of our lessons. This gave me the experience of talking with students my age where English wasn’t their first language.
• Maths Tutor at Havering Sixth Form College (February 2018 – May 2018)
On Friday mornings, I come in early to tutor Lower Sixth students in maths, which demonstrates my communication skills. As their syllabus is different to mine, I learn while I mentor, which shows my ability to adjust quickly to situations.
• Science club runner at The Albany School (September 2013 – May 2016)/Jack Petchey Award winner (November 2015)
I assisted my Science teacher in running a Science club where I would supervise the younger students and help out in setting up the activities. If there was a spillage or accident, I cleaned it up and reported back to the teacher. I later earned a Jack Petchey Award for my assistance in running the club. The club let me improve my communication skills and how to give instructions clearly and in an understandable manner.
• Science competition award winner (December 2015)
While I was at Albany, I was invited to take part in a science competition at Havering Sixth Form College. We were grouped together with other students from different schools. Once put into our groups, we worked together to solve scientific problems. Fortunately we won and went on to Cambridge for the national competition where we eventually finished runners up. In these activities, I had to use my problem solving, teamwork and spontaneous thinking skills to complete these challenging tasks.
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