I have tutored throughout my education, including both one-on-one sessions and teaching larger groups. My tutoring style focuses on understanding the core material to learn how to work through questions and come to the correct answer, rather than just memorising facts. In this way, I hope to help my students develop key methods and skills that they can apply across any subject and future career. How I go about teaching the core material depends upon how the student prefers to learn and their current level of understanding. This can include preparing resources, such as flash cards, working through simplified diagrams, or simply talking through complex topics.
I really understand how stressful exams can be, and how easy it is to become overwhelmed with the amount of content that has to be learned. As such, I am more than happy to help students with content or time management, and give advice on revision and exam technique. By sharing my experiences, I hope to make learning an easier and as stress-free experience as I can. And, if possible, to make it fun!
I am a graduate-entry medical student at Queen Mary University, where I started after I completed my undergraduate degree in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology at King's College London. I have tutored throughout my (very long!) education, including both one-on-one sessions and teaching larger groups, where I have used my experience to offer support and guidance. I first started as a reading buddy during secondary school, and then continued teaching at university where I created and ran presentations going over key concepts for younger students. I was also always willing to provide my students with additional support, through email or in one-to-one teaching, because I know from experience how easy it is to feel overwhelmed.
o AS History – A
o A-level Biology – A*
o A-level Chemistry – B
o A-level Psychology – A*
o Extended Project Qualification – A*
o AQA Baccalaureate – Merit
• Undergraduate degree
o Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology BSc (Hons) – 1:1
o Graduate-Entry Medicine MBBS
• Sambrooke Exhibition Prize for highest overall mark in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology (First Year)
• Ford-Caiger Prize for highest overall mark in the Fundamentals of Physiology and Anatomy module (First Year)
• Roger Warwick Prize for highest overall average mark in Structural Basis of Human Function and Essentials of Embryology (Second Year)
• Hamilton Prize for highest overall average mark in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology (Third Year)
• Outstanding Achievement Award in Psychology
• Outstanding Achievement Awards in English Language and Drama
Perfect! Was well prepared, explained very well, open to questions and is very understanding and friendly
Kadi had good knowledge on diabetes, but more work on the normal physiology (i.e. metabolism of glucose and maintaining normal blood glucose levels) that underlies the condition may help to support her revision.
Explains everything very clearly, especially if you are struggling to understand something. She’s friendly and makes it interesting!
Sophie is always considerate of my needs, she ensures that I put the time and effort into my studies yet always checks in on my well-being. She’s an excellent tutor who offers great support in many different aspects. I know I can rely on her whenever I am struggling when it comes to my studies and I know she’ll give good criticism when I need it.
|at her home||at your home||By webcam|
|1 hour||Not available||Not available||£15|
|5 hours||Not available||Not available||£75|
|10 hours||Not available||Not available||£150|