My teaching method is very interactive, whereby I ask the student where they have queries and then I aim to explain it to the student using concepts and examples. I adapt my teaching based upon the students unique learning style be that a visual approach or a literary approach. I aim to work through the syllabus and then move on to past papers to really help prepare the student for their exams.
I have started tutoring during school and taught students between the ages of 8-16 across maths, biology and chemistry. I have achieved an A* at A level at all these subjects, combined with studying medicine at Cambridge I have a thorough understanding of the content and the ability to explain that to others.
Medical Student | University of Cambridge
OCTOBER 2017 – PRESENT
Currently in my 2nd year
Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet | School
SEPTEMBER 2010 – JUNE 2017
13 A*s at GCSE and A*A*A*A at A Level (Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics)
Secretary | Cambridge University Eton Fives Club
JUNE 2018 – PRESENT
I was in charge of the day to day running of the club, organising fixtures and events by liaising with other club as well as coaching players.
Pool lifeguard | David Lloyd Clubs, Sudbury Hill
JUNE 2016 – OCTOBER 2016
During my time here I was responsible for ensuring the safety of pool users by monitoring the pool very closely along with my colleagues as well as ensuring the pool facilities were safe to use by testing the pool water and cleaning the surroundings
Volunteer | Riverview Loge Care Home
NOVEMBER 2015 – NOVEMBER 2016
In this role I interacted with the elderly residents, many of whom have dementia, and for two hours every Saturday I have a chat with them and play games with them in the hopes of making their day better. From this I have developed my interpersonal skills and my ability to empathise with people, especially the elderly.
Member of the Barnet Youth Board | National Citizen Service
OCTOBER 2015 – MARCH 2016
In this role I was responsible for my entire group whilst I was on NCS, putting me responsible for their views. This has also built up my leadership skills. Moreover, whilst being on the youth board I have worked in a team to set up youth events like Ignite and I was the project manager in charge of a charity event for the homeless people By being a member I have gained responsibility and I am able to communicate effectively as part of a team
• Charities officer at school – was in charge of organizing charity events at school by working with other students
• School prefect – helped ensure smooth running of the school by working with other students.
• Tutor – I tutored GCSE students at in maths, biology and chemistry; I have also tutored primary school students in maths and English
I am avid sportsman, playing Eton Fives (for the university team), cricket (for my college team) and I like to swim (used to swim for a club)
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