Active learning is the most effective way to truly understand a subject. There is no use in me just telling you how to solve a problem. Instead, I will help you form the links between concepts by asking questions, so you are able to come up with the answer yourself. This means you will be able to solve similar problems in the future when I am not there to help. I am patient and understanding, so if you don't understand something the first round I will simply adjust my method of teaching to work for you.
I am a first-year medical student, and I completely understand how harsh the secondary schooling system can be and how difficult it is to also apply to universities. Fortunately, tutoring is just up my alley, and I have been tutoring for 18 months now, and have been helping my own peers with difficult concepts for longer. Together, we can achieve the grade you want.
Enthusiastic first year medical student with A-level grades A*A*AA and eleven GCSEs (grades A*-A).
Obtained a bronze award in the British Biology Olympiad 2018, gold award in the Senior Mathematical Challenge 2018, and went on to compete in the Senior Kangaroo.
Has 1 year of experience working as an online maths tutor for American grade 8 level. Has 6 months experience tutoring face-to-face A-level Maths, Biology and Chemistry and providing coaching on how to perfect a UCAS application for medical schools.
As first year rep of my medical school’s dance society, I often have to teach choreographies to members with no previous dance experience. This involves me making sure the whole class is on the same page and asking if any dance moves need to be clarified. I hope I can make learning as enjoyable as the feeling you get when you perfect a dance move, and that you achieve the grade you want.
Sept 2019 – present Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Brighton
Currently studying Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery
Sept 2017 – Jun 2019 Henrietta Barnett School, London
4 A-Levels: Grade A* in Maths and Further Maths
Grade A in Biology and Chemistry
Jan 2015 – Jun 2017 South Hampstead High School, London
11 GCSEs: grade A* in Maths, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Further Maths, Spanish, Geography, Latin and Computing
Grade 7 in English Language
Hobbies and Interests
First year dance society representative – Teaching choreographies is my main role here, and I make sure that I not only teach the moves well, but make sure everyone is having fun while they’re learning.
First year Malaysian, Singaporean and Bruneian Society representative – Able to lead a large group of people and make sure everyone has fun at events.
Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award holder– I am very committed when taking on a task, as I will with making sure you understand the content you need for your exams.
Sailing for two years – Not only has it developed my teaching skills, but it has also developed my teamwork skills. I’m a strong believer in that a teacher and a student are a team, and we will work together so that you can achieve your goals.
Dec 2019 – Jan 2020 Seasonal Sales Assistant, Clintons
• Customer service
May 2018 – May 2019 Volunteer, Royal Free Hospital
• Serving tea and dinner to patients quickly yet in a friendly manner
• Welcoming visitors and bucket fundraising
• Diligently training new volunteers
Jan 2018 – Jan 2019 Tutor, InnerTube Tutors
• Effectively tutoring GCSE and American high school students maths and science through online video calls
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