I approach each topic by first identifying the areas in which the student is especially strong, and those in which there is room for improvement. This will be done by challenging the student with progressively more difficult questions, encouraging them to work though the solutions out loud so their ways of approaching the problem can be assessed and corrected.
Next I will move on to cycles that start with the teaching of information and and followed by short verbal questions and then exam style questions designed to practice the application of knowledge, and to broaden the understanding of the student.
I am a Cambridge Natural Sciences Grad, with a BA (2:1) in Biology and Msci (2:1) in the History and Philosophy of Science.
I am currently employed as a Graduate Tutor Assistant at a school in central London.
I have 4 A* at A-Level in Maths, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry.
If there are any questions you would like to ask, please don't hesitate.
University of Cambridge
10/2015 – 07/2019
BA - Natural Sciences (Biological) – Class 2,Div1
Msci –Natural Sciences (History and Philosophy of Science) – Class 2,Div1
Charterhouse School, Surrey, GU7 2DX
09/2009 – 07/2014
A levels Maths D2 (A*), Biology, A*, Physics D1 (A**), Chemistry D2 (A*)
Additional Mathematics (free standing qualification): A
GCSE - IGCSE Grade A* - Maths, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, History
IGCSE Grade A - English, Religious Studies, Geography
GCSE Grade B - French
Ferguson Lab, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge. (June 2017 – September 2017)
Summer research project focused on the innate immune system. Completing the project required that I learn and demonstrate significant technical skills and operate well as part of a diverse team.
Third Year Research Project: A Genetic Risk Assessment of Avian Flu (October 2017-April 2018)
This project formed part of the final assessment for my BA in Zoology. Its aim was to computationally identify the genetic patterns that were responsible for/ correlated with the ability of avian flus to become infections to humans, whilst attempting to predict those that may allow for increased transmission from human-human and thus greatly increase the risk of pandemic. The project was awarded a score of 82/100
Political Lead, Louder than the Storm. (March 2020 – Present)
I have been part of the organization since it was founded. Our goal is to educate people about climate change and provide inspiration for effective way to work towards a better climate future. My role requires me to regularly produce my own material for the political section of the website, whilst commissioning and editing other work. I am also a member of the central team responsible for managing the overall direction and goals of the organization.
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