I am a final year neuroscience PhD student with extensive experience in teaching students from secondary school to university. I am a graduate of King's College London, whilst currently carrying out my research at Queen Mary, University of London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach: - GCSE Science (including Biology, Chemistry and Physics) - GCSE PE Theory (Physiology – i.e.
Hi there, my name is Dr Michael Grant and I'm a medical doctor in the highly competitive NHS Academic Foundation Program in London. Alongside my medical degree I also hold a Bachelors of Science (First class honours) in Molecular Medicine.
Knowing what to study is a challenge in medical school. I help students pick out high yield knowledge from the vast ocean of medical information by using the right references and understanding biological and physiological concepts before memorizing university notes.
I'm a junior Doctor and enjoy teaching medical students in the hospital and would like to extend this to private tutoring. I can provide teaching for medical students of any level for practical examination/history skills and ECG interpretation as well as physiology, pathophys and plenty of other topics.
I like to base my teaching on what is needed to know. We will set a brief outline for the session before starting and establish areas for development. Based upon your needs we can structure the session to offer you the best outcome.
I like making my lessons structured but not too structured that it does not become adaptable to the student's needs. I make my lessons interactive to ensure that the person fully understands the concept. I also have practice questions that I like to give out for practice.
For BMAT/UKCAT I can offer plenty of tips to improve speed and accuracy. I can work with you to create a lesson plan tailored to what you need to improve on the most. I can help edit and improve your personal statement and also give mock interviews and feedback.
I am able to teach simply using books and effective methods of revising for science exams and will aim for high marks for the student I am able to make revising fun for the student and can help overcome difficulties in understanding concepts
My experience in Biology is vast and varied as I draw on my knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology to teach. I am always finding new ways to break down topics and I tailor my teaching to the student needs. I started working as a private tutor 11 years ago and since then I have accumulated more than 1000 of hours of tutorials.
sessions are there for you in online format.•My content is designed keeping in mind the student’s needs and regular updation is done to improve the content’s poignancy and usefulness.• Apart from the regular lessons, homework sheets are assigned everyday that the teacher reviews on the next session and clarifies any doubt of the student.
I am a very charismatic and passionate teacher. I really want my students to do well, and i think the first step is getting the student to enjoy learning. I aim to understand the students preferred learning style e.g. using VARK questionnaire (Visual x Auditory x Reading x Kinaesthetic (touch/movement related)). This helps me decide learning strategy, e.g.
I have completed my graduation and postgraduation with quite a number of distinctions. As a teacher i believe it is necessary to make the students conceptually understand the topics as well enable them to write answers for exams and present their knowledge. I teach up to medical graduate level and fluent in english.
Hello, I am Hesbon Okemwa, a university nursing student. I have conducted health-related courses on a number of platforms. Most specifically, I conduct online lessons where I tutor students from across the globe. Apart from demystifying nursing, I have helped students boost their writing skills. I have helped students proofread, edit and format their papers in the required standards.
I will alternate between problem based learning and topic focused sessions, quizzes, interactive learning with diagrams, videos and practical work. I will help you through the UK medical school curriculum, practical as well as academic studies, at a pace that suits you.
While doing my PhD I became very involved with teaching as I like to pass on my enthusiasm for studying to children of all ages. I have a wide range of experience- from primary school english tuition to university level dissertation advice. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach: KS1/2/3 English and Maths 11+ exam Biological Sciences up to degree level.
I am a medical doctor from India and have come to UCL for my Masters. I have been teaching medical students for the past 4 years. I believe in positive conditioning, each student is different and teaching will be tailored.
Hi! I'm a 4th year Medical Student at UCL, with a First Class Honours Degree in Medical Anthropology. I am passionate about helping get passionate students into medicine, and have 3 years of experience in this. I meet my students at the start of their journey (usually when they are in Year 12), and help them every step of the way.
Hello! My name is Ross and I'm a final year medical student at Imperial College London. I have been tutoring for the last 9 years.
I give lessons to students from GCSE to university students. I utilise YouTube videos to teach and dissect exam questions for a deeper understanding of the topic. I utilise images as I am a visual learner and have found this technique to work.
I adopt the evidence-based approach to discuss clinically important and practically useful findings in disciplinary areas of medicine and nutrition science using case challenges and scenarios to help students develop skills of critical decision-making and reflective thinking. This integrates lectures, case-based discussions, portfolios, individual reports, and group joint activity reports.
Young enthusiastic Doctor looking to tutor in the most interesting subject of all...SCIENCE! Have tutored several GCSE subjects including Biology, Physics, Chemistry for all ages. Teaching style is visual, interactive, and use proven memory techniques that help in long term memory. Tutoring times preferably in the evenings.
Results 2017: A-level. A* 50% of tutees, A grade 30% of tutees, B 10% of tutees C/D. 10% GCSE: 70 % A *, 20% A, 10% B. I help parents and children who are striving for good grades in GCSE/A-level or degree level exams in Science subjects. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach, Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Health and Social Care NVQ, HNC, HND level subjects.
I try to tailor my teaching to each individual student by assessing the student’s knowledge of the subject matter at the start of every session. This builds students’ confidence in their own ability and allows me to pitch the subject matter at the right level.
My approach to teaching is to first ascertain the students current knowledge of the subject area and to assess were the weaknesses and strengths lie to the adapt my teaching program to tailor it to the individuals needs, as to give the best teaching advice
I am in my 6th year studying Medicine at St Hugh's College, Oxford. Throughout my postgraduate years I have mentored prospective medicine students, and thus have a great deal of experience in the preparation required for medical school applications.
I am Dr Chirag Bhandari. I am a Master in Surgery with an experience of over 5 years. I was a topper in my University in my Post graduation. I have always believed in learning the vast field of medicine by an experienced and well qualified tutor and I believe I have the best education for my subject which is reflected in the way I manage my patients.
I'm an academic foundation doctor who qualified from Imperial College London with triple distinction in my primary medical degree (MBBS), first class honours in my BSc and several prizes throughout medical school.
As a final year student I am competent and able to explain the key concepts/physiology that students at earlier stages of the degree may struggle with.
Over the years I have worked with students of all ages and abilities around the UK and globally. I believe that tutoring should involve a two-way dialogue, with students having every opportunity to discuss their thoughts and ideas. Beyond simply teaching the relevant material, I hope to increase a student’s confidence in his or her own abilities through the tutoring sessions.
I am a second year distinction level graduate medical student at Barts and the London School of Medicine and previously graduated from Bristol with a degree in Biochemistry. I teach A-level chemistry and biology and degree-level medicine.
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