A saying comes to mind when asked this, that there are no bad students just bad teachers. I believe each student is different and a single teaching methodology is what leads people with great potential to underperform. I beleive the trick is to adapt to the learning process of the student.
With regards to examination I believe that exams are not the most efficient way to test students, I rather come into terms with a student for a custom type of examination.
Being a Biomedical engineering graduate I have been challenged by mathematics each year, and once I learned it next year would be even more difficult. I wanted to share my tips and experiences so my students can build upon me and not re-learn what I have been through. I am on track of obtaining a first and currently hold an offer for a Masters in robotics in Imperial College.
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City, University of London: BEng Biomedical Engineering 2015-2018
Imperial College: Offer for MSc Human and Biological Robotics 2018-2019
Diploma for High Academic Achievement 2009-2010
Distinction for High Academic Achievment 2010-2011
Merit for camaraderie and collegueship 2011-2012
Scholarship Lord Mayor of London for Academic Excellence 2015-2018
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