How I like to teach is to begin with what the student knows so that I have a basis to build on. I really encourage the student to ask as many questions as possible because no question is too silly and that way we can bring any potential gaps in their knowledge. It's also important to ensure they know the basics and that we're on the same page.
As a graduate Biomedical Scientist with a 2.1 BSc (Hons) degree in Medical Biology from Edinburgh University, I have experienced a wide range of disciplines from biochemistry, to statistics, to reproductive biology, neuroscience and more. Having been involved in a tutoring scheme with fellow students on my course at university, I feel like I know what methods of tutoring are most effective, as well as how to really engage with people in a subject they need help with.
Obtained a 2.1 in BSc (Hons) Medical Biology (Jul 2017)
Unconditional offer to study Masters in Public Health for 2018/19
Vice Convenor, Undergraduate School of Biomedical Sciences (Mar 2016 - May 2017)
President, UNICEF on Campus (Apr 2015 - Apr 2016)
Director of Public Relations, Edinburgh International Asia Conference (Jun 2015 - Feb 2016)
Events Manager, The Turing Trust (Sep 2013 - May 2015)
Edinburgh Award for Student Representation (May 2016)
Class Representative for various courses
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