I have taught a wide variety of people over the past few years, from relative beginners to advanced-level students, at all ages. I adapt my teaching style for the individual needs for each student, implementing several revision techniques I employed to my own studies.
For individual tutoring, I like to obtain details surrounding the course the student is undertaking; allowing me to prioritise topics relevant for the examination board. I also like to determine what the career aspirations of the student are, so we could potentially organise a plan of action to help them become more attractive to potential colleges/universities.
Lessons will usually focus around my own Powerpoint slides, which consist of a range of diagrams, questions and workflows that help to keep each tutoring session fresh and enjoyable, in parallel to enhancing the memory retainment of my students.
I have experience in individual tutoring with GSCE, A Level and University students. As a particular example, a student and I initially went through the syllabus for their Biology course, outlining specific strengths and weakness. This allowed my tutoring sessions to primarily focus on topics which needed improving. Taking this approach also allowed me to prepare questions and additional material ahead of time.
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Currently I am a neuroscience PhD student, wherein my research focuses on the role that neuroinflammation has in the propagation and development of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. I currently carry out my work with Queen Mary, University of London; home to some of the country's world leading research scientists. Further, Queen Mary was voted 2nd in the UK for Medicine and 3rd for Dentistry (Guardian University Guide 2017) and one of the UK's leading research intensive medical schools (REF 2014). I also hold a first class honours bachelors degree in Biomedical Science from King's College London.
I am currently researching the drivers of Alzheimer's disease. I am also an undergraduate human physiology lecturer, wherein in teach 1st and 2nd year students human physiology and anatomy. The course covers the cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems, alongside laboratory practicals, including measurements of cardiovascular and respiratory function.
I received A grades in both A Level Biology and Chemistry, and I am well versed as a private tutor for both GCSE/IGCSE Science, alongside A Level Biology and Chemistry.
2015-Present: Doctoral candidate in Neuroscience and Pharmacology at the University of Westminster and Queen Mary, University of London.
2011-2014: Obtained a first class bachelors degree with honours in Biomedical Science. This included a 14-week research project, and the completion of a 10,000-word dissertation, focussing on therapeutic strategies to tackle Parkinson's disease.
2009-2011: Obtained A Levels: ICT (A*), Biology (A), Chemistry (A), Performing Arts (A)
The endless support and encouragement from Edward is very good especially when in need of help it is sure to say he will help and take his own time away from tutorials to help.
He always made an effort to answer tutorial questions, if he didn't know the answer he would find it and get back to us the following week.Was welcoming and approachable to all students. All round literally perfect tutor
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