I will provide tutoring in chemistry, biology and psychology up to A-level. My main techniques for learning centre around breaking down the workload in manageable amounts in order to create a learning plan. This greatly reduces stress as it provides a strong sense of control. My approach to learning material incorporates a range of techniques to ensure a strong foundation of understanding including teaching others, creating flashcards and mindmaps to link work together and practising exam techniques by studying past papers.
I am a graduate-entry medical student about to start my degree at Queen Mary University. I have just completed my undergraduate degree at King's College London, where I studied Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology. I have previously tutored both privately and have led group peer-assisted learning sessions for fellow students.
Work experience and positions of responsibility:
• Volunteering at Deansfield Residential Home (March 2013)
• Volunteering at Corsham Churches Foodbank (February 14th 2015 – August 2017)
• Volunteering on Cedar Ward, Chippenham Community Hospital (November 14th 2015 - July 2016)
• Two weeks volunteering in paediatrics ward in Morogoro Regional Hospital, Tanzania (Gapmedics) (August 2015)
• Two months volunteering at Maven Care Home (Summer 2015)
• Extra-curricular activities including parent’s evenings, open days and university fair
• Paired reading and buddy scheme with year 7
• Anatomy Representative for staff-student liaison (King’s College London) (September 2017 –)
• Campaigns and Events Representative for LGBT+ Association (King’s College London) (September 2017 –)
• Education Officer for Bioscience Students’ Association (King’s College London) (May 2018 – May 2019)
• President of the Bioscience Students’ Association (King’s College London) (May 2019 - May 2020)
• Peer-Assisted Learning volunteer (King's College London) (September 2018 - April 2020)
• MDSA position as lunchtime supervisor (February 26th – August 25th 2015)
• Mother’s help/Nanny (March 8th 2016 – July 2017)
• Care Assistant (July 2016 – 3rd August 2017)
• Sambrooke Exhibition Prize for highest overall mark in degree in first year
• Ford-Caiger Prize for highest overall mark in the Fundamentals of Physiology and Anatomy module
• Roger Warwick Prize for highest overall average mark in Structural Basis of Human Function and Essentials of Embryology
• Outstanding Achievement Award in Psychology
• Outstanding Achievement Awards in English Language and Drama
• Drama Student of the Year
• Grade 5 and 6 distinctions in Performing Arts, Drama
• Terrence Higgins Trust Sexual Health Awareness Course 3 credits at Level Two Education
o AS History – A
o A-level Biology – A*
o A-level Chemistry – B
o A-level Psychology – A*
o Extended Project Qualification – A*
o AQA Baccalaureate – Merit
• Undergraduate degree
o Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology BSc (Hons) – predicted 1:1
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