My teaching method can be considered quite personal in that I believe each person learns differently, but of course would also cover certain techniques that can boost anyone's learning. Whilst I have a passion for all things science related, my lessons would also go over the way that you learn and how that can be implemented in helping you achieve grades across all subjects. I like to use diagrams and be very interactive my lessons too, as I've found that everyone I've helped in the past has really appreciated that as a way of aiding the sort of longer term remembering that is crucial to exam technique
I'm currently in my third year at the University of Birmingham studying Materials Engineering and have been attaining straight 1st's so far. I have a certain knack for understanding how different people learn and thus how different people need to be taught to help them pass. I'm new to online tutoring but have been helping friends and colleagues to better their work since I can remember, and have never gotten a grade below an A in science related subjects at school, but mainly I get my satisfaction out of helping others understand and therefore appreciate the vast amount of scientific processes that occur all around us everyday.
Home Address: Mowsley Chase Farm, Leicester Road, Knaptoft, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 6NP
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• 2017-present University of Birmingham
MEng Materials Engineering FT
First year grade: 1st
Second year grade: 1st
• 2012-2017 Repton School
A-Level: A* - Biology, A - Physics, Chemistry, Maths
AS-Level: A - Additional Maths
GCSE: 7 A*s (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, English lang. and Lit. and PE); 3 A’s (Latin, French, History)
• Thomas Turner Prize - For First class performance in year one.
• OR Science Prize - For outstanding performance in the scientific disciplines across A Levels.
• CB Fry Scholarship -
An ‘all-rounder’ award attained upon entrance to Repton for excellence in multiple disciplines including sport, music, academia and leadership.
• Grade 8 Singing, with Grade 5 Musical Theory -
Awarded Sydney De Verilles Singing prize for outstanding contribution to the musical arts (2015-16 academic year).
• National Gold Medal for Hockey - Achieved with school at U16 level.
• Duke of Edinburgh - In the process of completing the silver award having completed the expedition
• Care Home Volunteer –
-Volunteered for one year at a local mental disability home during the 2015/16 academic year.
-Given responsibility of teaching and advancing one patients ability to interact with others through games.
-Developed respectful and conscientious communicative skills.
-Tracked progress and provided information on the patients.
• Hockey – Vice Captain
-Vice-captain of my school team during year 13.
-Organised weekly fitness training session.
-Played up to JRPC standard in the England Hockey system (2016/17).
• Singing – House Production Lead, Boys Winners
-Co-wrote, organised and lead house singing 2017.
-Managed a group of 55 with strict deadline.
-Won numerous individual medals, including being nominated for the Musician of the Year (2017).
• Peer Mentor
-Responsibility of helping first year materials students settle into university life and providing advice throughout the year.
-Co-leader of a group.
• Birmingham University Materials Society
-Attend role allocator talks.
• IT Skills – Level 1 European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Powerpoint. Experience with SolidWorks and MatLab.
• Languages- GCSE in French.
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