I pride myself on working around my student. Everyone has different requirements when it comes to learning and retaining information. I aim to be flexible and patient at all times, ensuring the best possible environment to foster learning. All abilities are welcome.
I am a Medical student in my 4th year, studying at King's College London. I began tutoring privately 3 years ago and am passionate about teaching, as any future doctor should be. I have taught 3 students in total who, under my tuition, have managed to comfortably progress in their understanding and application of the sciences.
As a quick learner, who strives to perform all tasks to the highest standard, I have the utmost confidence that I will be an asset to any work force. My journey to becoming a medical student at a top tier university has led to a refinement in interpersonal qualities ranging from comprehensive communication skills to being an effective team player. My academic credentials are testimony to my scrupulous work ethic, and my ability to maintain a physically and mentally exhausting career concurrently only attains to my discipline and tried and tested time keeping skills.
Education & Qualifications
Robert Clack School Sept 2007 - July 2012
GCSE’s: 7A*’s 2A’s 1B
Robert Clack Sixth Form College Sept 2012 – June 2014
AS: Biology A Physics A Maths B Chemistry B
A2: Biology A Physics B Chemistry B
King’s College London Sept 2014 – Present
MBBS - Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery
Queen’s Hospital – Clinical work experience July 2013
My responsibilities during my work experience centred around shadowing a Junior doctor on an intensive care unit. I was able to gain valuable insight into the demanding nature of a hospital environment, where doctors face a constant unrelenting pressure to maintain the highest quality of care. During this experience I took the opportunity to work as part of multidisciplinary team in the care of a patient with chronic liver complications. From developing the foundations of a clerking structure, to learning how to present the patient back to the doctor, I learned the importance of confident, clear and efficient communication skills required in an interprofessional capacity to positively influence patient outcomes.
Mission discovery 15th – 19th July 2013
After a competitive process, I secured a place on the Mission Discovery program held at King’s College. The event had teams of students competing against each other to have a science experiment of their design tested on the International Space Station. As the elected team leader, I was given a chance at creative control, and managed to design an experiment that would test how a male gamete, and specifically it’s motility, is affected by extra-planetary conditions. The project forced us to consider the financial and practical feasibility of transporting and eventually carrying out the experiment in space. On the last day of Mission Discovery, my team and I presented our idea to an audience of 120 people including a panel of NASA astronauts and representatives, managing to get 2nd place out of 23 teams. I am especially proud of this achievement as I was able to demonstrate my abilities to learn new skills under time pressure whilst managing a team effectively.
MedStart 5th March 2019
I helped organise the MedStart program which was designed to give aspiring medical students an insight into the practical skills required by doctors on a daily basis. During the event, I was in charge of a large group of A level students, and was tasked with demonstrating procedures including suturing, catheterisation, and injections. Towards the end of the day I led group discussions with the students, exploring how to adapt medical histories to difficult scenarios, employing empathy, confidentiality and professionalism whilst trying to resolve issues and/or reach a diagnosis. At the end of the program, my supervisor commented on my “enthusiasm, supportiveness and energetic nature”, noting that I displayed “excellent communication skills” and that I achieved “the most amount of interaction” out of my group of students. Ultimately the experience allowed me to develop my confidence, giving me invaluable experience in teaching and motivational speaking.
My interests range from sports (I am currently training in Muay Thai and 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu), art and business. I am an avid reader who strives to increase his intellectual capacity, whether it be about investing or quantum mechanics. Although the majority of my accomplishments have been academic, I regard myself as naturally creative, and I aspire to pursue a career in music production alongside a career in healthcare. I am a pro-active individual who constantly achieves self-set goals and seeks to improve his character.
Strong work ethic
Strong interpersonal skills
Empathetic and polite
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