Recognizing the importance of building strong foundations to enable students to become more confident in their subjects, I provide in-depth tutoring from the basics and build up to more complex areas. I use interactive teaching methods tailored to your learning style.
I'm an enthusiastic 4th year Medical Student at the University of Nottingham. In my pursuit of studying Medicine, I have attained the highest grades in GCSEs and A-levels over a very wide range of subjects. My passion lies in Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English Literature, thus, I love spending my free time helping students in those subjects (from KS1 upto A-level). I am also happy to give advice on applying to Medical schools (applications and interviews).
In the past few years, I have gained lots of experience in tutoring students, from both comprehensive and grammar schools. If you are committed to succeed academically, I am here to provide the friendly and tailored support you need!
Education and Qualifications
2016 – Present: University of Nottingham: Fourth Year Medical Student
• Undergraduate course: Medicine A100 (2016 - 2021).
• Clinical skills such as first aid, blood taking, cannulation, ECG, catheterisation and simple clinical examinations.
2014 - 2016 : Queen Mary’s Grammar School
• Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics & English Literature
2009 - 2014 : Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy
• GCSE’s grades attained: 10 A*’s and 3 A's
Experiences and Volunteering
2019 – Present
Nottingham University Athletics: Cross-country Captain
• Organizing team sports events and coordinating over 50 students
• Building rapport and looking after the well-being of students
• Taking leadership and promoting team-spirit
Teddybear Hospital volunteer
• Teaching primary school children about healthcare and lower the stigma and anxiety children have towards hospitals
2017 - Present
INSPIRE Medicine Society: Pre-clinical Representative and coordinator
• Promoting the development and expansion of this fantastic society, by standing as an approachable figure to voice the opinions and answer questions of undergraduate students.
Recreational Running Society: Communication and Publicity Officer | Treasurer
• Organizing and facilitating the communications and broadcasts of the society to large groups of students, not only in the society but also across the whole university and other organizations outside the university.
Tutorful: Personal Tutor
• Providing academic support for primary school to A-level students by structuring effective explanations and adapting to individual learning needs.
2016 – August
St. John’s Medical Centre, West Midlands – shadowing a GP and nurses as part of work experience.
• I gained a better understanding of the organization and provision of primary care in the community.
2015 - 2017
Young Volunteer at The Walsall Manor Hospital and Mali-Jenkins Care Home.
• Assisted healthcare staff in serving patients from many background and cultures.
• Received training and practiced providing effective hospitality.
• Developed good interpersonal skills (such as communication) as well as administrative skills.
2015 – 2016
Queen Mary’s Combined Cadet Force: Senior Cadet
• Conducted drills and procedures in a disciplined manner and as part of a team, having completed many projects and activities within my RAF flight.
• Developed effective leadership, in leading and teaching groups of younger cadets.
Other activities and skills
• Active cross-country runner of University of Nottingham Athletics Club.
• Volunteer of Medsoc societies such as WAMS (Widening Access to Medicine): help run events and panels to support medical applicants; peer mentor for students in lower years of Medicine.
• Participant and supporter of charity runs such as Stroke Association Resolution Run.
• Fluent in Vietnamese
• First aid trained
• Volunteer for Parkrun
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