I endeavour to be a warm and approachable tutor that can help you navigate the trickiest parts of your studies, whatever that might be. Each student is unique and my methods are designed to ensure students flourish. I am happy to tailor teaching during holidays and can willingly give intensive sessions.
My primary aims: to build your confidence and develop revision techniques that will aid future study.
I first speak with you to establish specific ways to cater to your needs.
Secondly, preparation is key: ahead of the sessions I'd like us to agree on a list of subject areas to cover. I will adequately plan your sessions, set work for you to attempt and engage in independent learning.
During the session we will go through the most difficult areas of the preparatory work. The remainder of the time will be used to attempt exam-style questions to consolidate understanding. Alternatively, should you require help with homework, that can also be arranged.
am happy to help navigate the stressful period that lead up to GCSEs, guid you through that awkward transition phase from GCSEs to A-level or IB study and I can offer advice as you look to make applications to higher education institutions.
At university, I have been a keen rower and swimmer and am a huge advocate for maintaining a work life balance: however, I'm a strong believer in the rewards that hard work brings.
I am an ambitious and self-motivated incoming junior doctor from the University of Exeter. I am looking for some permanent tutoring and afterschool and holiday nanny work as I take a career break in order to pursue selection for the British rowing team. I am organised, and an excellent communicator – proficient at working under pressure – looking for a family to who I’m can provide childcare, tutoring and housekeeping duties. In short, I am hardworking, friendly, reliable, and trustworthy.
Career Aims: I have hope pursue an sporting and academic career, with budding interests in acute and emergency care. I have experience in biomedical and clinical research projects, with an interest in human genetics and its interplay with clinical medicine. Other broad interests include sports, disaster and military medicine. Currently, I’m developing an interest in research and have completed an MSc by Research studying human genetics.
October 2017 – present: Rapid Access Triage Assistant in emergency department at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
December 2012 – 2018: Recreation Assistant and Swimming Instructor at Parkwood Leisure sites in South East (Fairfield Pool & Leisure, Sidcup and Erith)
December 2011 - 2015: Swimming Coach at Bexley Swimming Club.
July 2019: Elective placement in the trauma and orthopaedics at Royal Berkshire Hospital – with a special interest in hip surgery
August 2018: Elective placement in a plastic surgery at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (with a special interest in burns and hand surgery)
September 2015- present: Rotating clinical placements at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital and North Devon District Hospital
The key skills acquired on these placements are wide ranging: as a medical student, I have integrated into a multi-disciplinary team. Such experience has improved my confidence and my understanding of the treatments and protocols that exist within the NHS.
• MSc by Research in Medical Sciences (Thesis title: Investigation of the Molecular Basis of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia and Situs Inversus amongst the Amish)
• Final year medical student/ incoming junior doctor at the University of Exeter
• AS level Government and Politics (B); A level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Spanish, Physics (A*, A*, A, B, A respectively)
• 15 A* at GCSEs: Mathematics, English and Sciences included.
• National Pool Lifeguard Qualification 8th edition (AED training) – July 2012
• ASA Level One Certificate in Teaching Aquatics - August 2011
• ASA Level Two Certificate in Teaching Aquatics – April 2013
Special Study Modules
• Research modules considering obesity and collagen deposition in adipose tissue, evidence based neonatology and the microbiological challenges of cystic fibrosis.
• Medical humanities module considering the multidisciplinary treatment of psychiatric disorders and the use of literary writing in medical education.
Management and Leadership
• Treasurer of Medical Research Society, organising and funding events designed to engage undergraduates with exciting research opportunities.
• Previous president of PsychSoc, organising events advocating for recruitment and furthering medical education in the field of psychiatry.
• President of Exeter University Boat Club 2017-19: I manage the day-to-day running and long term running of the university rowing club with 300 members, organising logistics, accounts and race entries, amongst other duties.
Basic Japanese, Spanish and French
IT Skills: competent on both Windows and Mac operating systems
Hobbies and achievements
Active sports person: I enjoy rowing, swimming and running. I am currently part of the GB rowing development stream, with aspirations to compete at the 2020/24 Olympics
Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award
Creative arts: acrylic portrait painting, reading and photography
References available on request
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