I believe that the best way to do well in exams is to fully understand what it is that you are learning, rather than making the mistake of trying to memorise everything. Not only does this mean that information is more easily absorbed into your long-term memory, thus making tackling exams much easier, but it also provides students with skills that will set them up for success in high education. I approach each student as an individual, asking for them to provide me with the topics that they find the most difficult and use this list as a starting point that we can work through together, ensuring that we stay on track on what topics are most important for us to cover. In addition to this, the student will then also have a list at the end of our time together of all the things that they struggling with before but have now mastered, instilling confidence and self belief in them, which is paramount in education and doing well in exams.
I am currently a Biomedical science student who achieved an A at a level Biology. I have been helping out other students with tutoring since being a science prefect at age 16, and still have students to this day tell me that my teaching methods helped them 'learn how to learn'.
A highly motivated and enthusiastic employee with experience working with the general public. Honest and reliable, with an outstanding record of attendance and punctuality. Capable of working alongside others as part of a team but also has the ability to use own initiative to solve problems quickly and efficiently. Very keen and willing to train to learn skills so as to be an asset to the company.
I started work aged 15 in a hair salon, this job role exposed me to work that provided a service to the general public; hence I was able to greatly develop my customer service skills, something I was praised for many times in my three years in this role. Working as part of a team allowed me to advance my skills in working with others to meet deadlines as well as leadership and communication skills, both of which are essential in almost any job role.
I started volunteering for Woodland Grove, a care home, in 2017, working as an activities assistant. I was offered a permanent paid position after a week of me working there due to both staff and residents viewing me as an asset to the company. My job role included running activities for residents and their families, planning events, maintaining a clean and tidy bistro area and serving food and drink. Working in this environment taught me to think on my feet and be proactive when issues arise, whether these be communication problems or otherwise, and this is a skill I am now able to apply to all aspects of my life. My natural organisational and time management skills were developed throughout my time in this role due to its heavy reliance on planning ahead, thus I consider myself as a highly organised individual who can meet deadlines and promptly finish tasks to the best of my ability. Communication was vital, and I am now highly experienced and confident in speaking to members of the public of all ages and attitudes. My calm manner allowed me to solve any issues efficiently to achieve an outcome where the customer was satisfied, I believe this is a skill which is applicable to this job role.
GCSE Maths: A
GCSE English Literature: A*
GCSE English Language: A
GCSE Religious Studies: A*
GCSE Geography: A
GCSE Economics: A
GCSE Biology: A
GCSE Chemistry: A
GCSE Physics: B
GCSE Statistics: B
GCSE French: A
A Level Biology: A
A Level Geography: A
A Level Chemistry: C
(Currently studying Biomedical Science at Newcastle University)
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