I am a friendly and approachable tutor, and my teaching method is to systematically work through various aspects of the entrance exams and interview, providing thorough feedback after each question. My priority is to ensure applicants feel confident going into their interviews and entrance exams.
I am a 4th year medical student at the University of Cambridge, and received offers after interview at Cambridge, Bristol and Birmingham. I regularly tutor a number of students preparing for medical school interview, at UK medical schools ranging from Aberdeen to Anglia Ruskin. I held a committee role on Cambridge MedSoc last year, so have plenty of experience providing advice to prospective students.
Pembroke College, University of Cambridge Cambridge
Undergraduate:, MB BChir Medicine 2016–2022
BA awarded 1st Class (Honours)
Papers studied: Homeostasis, Functional Architecture of the Body, Molecules in Medical Science, Neuroanatomy
and Human Behaviour, Mechanisms of Drug Action, Biology of Disease, Human Reproduction,
Part II Pharmacology, Modern Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (HPS).
St John Fishers and St Aidans Associated Sixth Form Harrogate
A levels, Chemistry (A*) Physics (A) Biology (A*) Geography (AS Level) (A) 2014–2016
St John Fisher Catholic High School Harrogate
Secondary Education, 11A*s 2As including English and Mathematics 2009–2014
Extended Project (EPQ) - The potential use of stem cells in treating diabetes - A*
Tutor November 2019-present
To ensure my students are thoroughly prepared for their medical school interview, I systematically work
through sections of the interview with them, providing in depth feedback and tips after each question.
Cambridge Summer Schools in China (CSSC)
English and Debating Teacher July/August 2019
Through various debate topics, including science, technology and medical ethics, I taught 10 students English.
Marking and planning engaging lessons amid an intense camp schedule demanded exceptional organisation,
whilst tutoring students with poor English strengthened my clarity and communication skills.
Eton Univerisities Summer School
Undergraduate Assistant July 2017, 2018 and 2019
My role included daily administration duties, pastoral care as a House parent, assisiting with homework,
leading students who were intending to apply to Oxbridge in recreational activities requiring organisation and
adaptability, presenting informative talks. Previously attended Biology and Chemistry course here myself.
Pembroke College Time and Place Campaign
Telephone caller September 2017
This involved a high level customer service skills, clarity, sincerity but also persuasiveness, listening,
multi-tasking, computer programme competence and responsibility in processing payments.
Social Mobility Foundation Medicine Residential
Group Leader July 2017
Responsible for a group of children interested in studying medicine in hospital and leisure settings,
enthusiastically helped lead skill and experience sessions, advised students on Medicine and application process.
Invited to return.
Bowcliffe Hall, CGC Events and Taste Cuisine
Waitress/Team Leader 2015–Present Day
Events include York race weekends, Great Yorkshire Show (Presidents Pavillion - silver service). Responsible
for listening to and communicating clearly with both my team and customers, using decision making skills
and flexibility to prioritise jobs.
Crazy Tykes Children’s Play Centre Thorp Arch
Party Leader November 2014–April 2015
I utilised my customer service, organisation and creative skills. I responsibly ensured my team knew exactly
which children had allergies. Work on the till involved handling cash and using an operating system.
- Delivery ward, neonatal unit and prenatal clinic (5 days), GP (3 days), Paediatric Cystic Fibrosis
Clinic (3 days), Paediatric and Adult Oncology (6 days), Endoscopy (3 days), ENT (5 days)
- 2016 - present - Addenbrokes Hospital. Teddy Bear Hospital Volunteer, leading group activities.
- 2014 - 2016: Harrogate Hospital. Hand hygiene and feeding patients weekly.
- 2014 - 2016: York Hospital. Weekly tea round on stroke rehabilitation ward.
- 2014 - 2015: Care home assistant
- 2015: Year 6 additional maths class teacher
- 2015 - 2016: English tutor to a Polish neighbour, greatly enhanced communication skills.
2019 - present: Clinical Representative of Cambridge Widening Access to Medical School
(CAMWAMS). Involves organising open days and presenting talks.
2018 - 2019: Cambridge MedSoc. Organised and led the society’s first ever Access
to Medicine Open Day for Year 12 students, created and published "The Cambridge MedSoc
Guide to Applying to Medical School", organised a programme of talks on how to apply to study
medicine at 40 schools across the country.
2018 - 2019: Design and Decor Officer for 2 Cambridge Balls (MedSoc Ball and charity Pink
Week Ball, raised £40,288). Portfolio of themed venue transformation available upon request.
Sport: Pembroke College Women’s Netball Team, Grade 6 ballet (now attend Cambridge University
Ballet Club), additionally running and swimming non-competitively.
2012 - present: Young Leader at a Brownies group. Duties involve planning meetings, working in
a team to assist the running of activities, and leading my own sessions.
Competitive public speaking: reached county final of Young Farmers Competition.
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