I believe the answer to how to tutor someone is very dependent on the student themselves and how they work best. I would want to speak to the student and find a method that both of us were happy with to try and maximise their learning capacity in each session.
I have completed 2 years of my biological sciences degree and have obtained a first class so far and hope to maintain that. I am looking to tutor students of varying levels and I am very keen and willing to tutor them in the ways that best suit them. I have not tutored as a job before however I have helped others to learning and their studies and am very keen as I think it would be very rewarding to help students succeed.
I am flexible with my rates on a case to case basis.
DOB: 24/10/98 (aged 20)
I am a well travelled 20 year old, originally from the North West of England but I have moved back to the UK after living in New Zealand for many years. I am currently studying biological sciences at the University of Liverpool and I am extremely self-motivated with an average 1st classification for my degree so far. I have a very strong work ethic, I am committed to personal growth, enjoys learning new skills and I am punctual and professional. Having taken multiple animal orientated modules I am very familiar with this area and know I find it interesting and rewarding.
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, U.K. Sept 2017 - Present
Sir John Deanes College, Northwich, U.K. Sept 2015 – Jun 2017
Westlake Girls High School, Auckland, New Zealand Feb 2012 – Dec
NorthCross Intermediate School, Auckland, New Zealand Feb 2010 – Dec
Kristin Junior School, Auckland, New Zealand Feb 2008 – Dec
Campbells Bay Primary School, Auckland, New Zealand Feb 2004 – Dec
George Parking Centre - Whilst attending normal primary school, I also attended a one day per week school for gifted children following an international assessment called WPPSI-R and formal invitation to attend.
NCEA Level 1 in Chemistry (Merit), Physics (Merit), Biology (Merit), Maths (Merit), English (Achieved), Art
(Merit), Dance (Achieved) – This is GCSE in the UK.
GCSE: Maths(B), Biology(A), Chemistry(A), Physics(C)
AS level in Maths (B), Biology (B), Chemistry (B)
A2 level in Maths (C), Biology (B), Chemistry (B)
Year 1 Biological sciences: Grade achieved: 1st class
Matador, Auckland, New Zealand Oct
Mobile retail of imported wooden building kits, aimed at children 3 to 12.
A short term assignment during school holidays. Working in a busy Auckland Mall, I worked as an assistant on the stall and
supervised children to help them build structures
SPCA Bird Wing, Auckland, New Zealand (voluntary work) Oct 2012 – Mar
Hospice for injured or abandoned birds of many kinds including penguins, parrots, herons, pigeons, doves, seabirds, swans, hawks,
Two seasonal 6 monthly assignments over the 2 years
Hand feeding baby and adult birds, who may have fallen from nests, caught by predators or via other injuries
Cleaning of aviaries and enclosures
Communicating and directing customers, who brought in birds needing help
Represented SPCA bird wing at expo demonstrations
River Island Church Street, Liverpool - Current job
Working in the stock room
Maintaining the shop floor
Providing customer advice
INTERESTS – My main interest is animals, I find them both fascinating and lovable. I also enjoy other areas of biological science and have learnt to play the piano and trumpet.
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