I am mainly able to teach the three core sciences and maths. My teaching style is one-to-one. I have taught many students in the past 3 years, both in school and outside of school. The subjects included the three core sciences, maths and history. These students in the space of a year went from C grades to A/A*grades in their end of year exams.
I currently have a few students who I am teaching GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Maths.
I have passed my International Baccalaureate Diploma at King Edward's School Birmingham, so I am very confident in teaching GCSE science, especially Chemistry and Biology. I have A* grades in these subjects (May 2016) and I am confident in teaching the new GCSE syllabus. Having just finished secondary education recently, I feel that my experience is valuable and beneficial to students who are going through the system currently, as it is still fresh in my memory. My direction of teaching will be appropriate for the needs that are required.
Also, since I am a prospective UK medical student, I can guide students whose aspirations are towards a career in medicine. I will help them create a competitive application for a medical degree, where competition is fierce. If you want practice and preparation for interviews, I am here to mentor you.
I am a 20-year-old prospective medical student with excellent experience in teamwork and communication.
Private Tutoring and Mentoring (2016 – present)
I tutor younger pupils in the core sciences, starting out as a mentoring programme in school that developed into private tutoring after I graduated from school in 2018. My communication skills improved vastly as I was able to explain difficult scientific concepts in a simple, but accurate, manner thus improving the student’s knowledge. Since I am older, they are able to confide in me, perhaps because they see me as a role model. I learned that the key to mentoring was to be patient and empathetic, which would result in better grades. There would be times where I had to re-explain or find different ways for the students to understand the work, so having patience as a mentor gives the pupil more confidence when working.
2011 - 2018 King Edward’s School, Birmingham
May 2016 GCSE’s:
iGCSE English Language A
iGCSE English Literature A
iGCSE Mathematics A*
iGCSE French A
iGCSE History A
iGCSE Biology A*
iGCSE Chemistry A*
iGCSE Physics A*
GCSE Design and Technology A*
GCSE Religious Studies A*
May 2018/19 International Baccalaureate:
History Higher Level 6
Biology Higher Level 6
Chemistry Higher Level 6
Maths Studies 7
English Standard Level 5
Ab Initio Italian 5
Total: 36 points
I am a prospective medical student who will study at the University of Plymouth in September 2020.
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