Hello! I am currently a biomedicine student who has a very broad knowledge in biology - especially the content of GCSE/A level (I achieved A* in both GCSE and A level biology). I would help students by tackling the areas of the course that they are finding particularly tricky; this would be achieved by condensing everything down to the basics and then showing them how everything links together and what they need to remember. I am a visual learner myself, so my teaching style will sway more in that direction, although this is not the only way I project information.
I'm currently new to the whole tutoring thing, however, a lot of my professors at university and a few teachers at A level said that I should consider tutoring others and share the techniques I used in order to achieve the grades I did (A*s in biology for both GCSE and A level).
Everyone has to start somewhere and I feel like this is a good place for me to start.
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