I am a 3rd year medical student at the University of Birmingham. I am currently looking to teach students at secondary school level or younger (mostly for students at GCSE and A level standard).
I attended Berkhamsted School where I took GCSE's in all the Sciences, Maths etc. and achieved A*'s in all of them so i know how to achieve the higher grades! I also did A level Chemistry, Biology, Geography and AS level Mathematics.
I would be confident teaching all of these subjects. I am also able to advise you if you are thinking of applying to medical school as I have been through this arduous experience and know countless others who have been successful.
I have had experience tutoring for GCSE chemistry, biology and maths students in the past but would be confident teaching students up to A level. I have gathered essential revision methods over the course of my school and university career and would love to be able to share these with students. I know how difficult some of the GCSE and A level content can seem at a first glance- I aim to simplify these scientific and mathematical concepts so that you can really understand them rather than simply rote learning the information which is a much less effective technique.
September 2016-June 2017-Completion of second year Medicine at University of Birmingham.
2007-14, Berkhamsted School, Castle Street, Herts, HP4 2BB, UK;
June 2014- A levels in Geography, Chemistry, Biology, A*AA;
June 2013-AS Levels: AAAA in Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Geography;
June 2012-GCSEs: 9 A* in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, English Language, English Literature, Geography, History, Religious Studies ; A grade in Spanish;
Sept 2011- European Computer Driving Licence;
June 2014- Berkhamsted School, Award for Academic Attainment
September 2013- Chemistry Club for GCSE students, assistant;
Relevant Voluntary Work and Work Experience
January 2016-Basic Life Support Training-Assessment of an unconscious patient, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, use of an automated defibrillator, the recovery position, choking, bleeding and shock
Sept-Dec 2014-The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, Coordinate My Care
department within Palliative Care Dept., working full time, speaking to GP’s and
using the software programme;
July 2014-childminding for family in UK with 4 young children including lively twins;
18th -26th October 2013- volunteering with Motec Life in Ghana, a UK medical
charity based locally. Travelling with a group of medical students and visiting a
small clinic set up by Motec in a remote village in rural Western Ghana. Doing
visits with public health officer and assisting observing surgery;
July 2013- Kaplan London course on preparation for med school UKCAT course;
20th July 2013-“So you want to be a Doctor” course, West Herts NHS Trust;
June 2013- 1 week St George’s Hospital Tooting, 2 days with St Albans GP practice;
March 2013- Medicine Day, course, Berkhamsted School;
29th-31st October 2012-West Herts NHS Trust – 2 days in orthopaedic theatres and
outpatients; morning sitting in a clinic with chest physician, David Evans at W. Herts;
26th October 2012- St John’s Ambulance, First Aid course, Marylebone, London;
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