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. I am currently studying towards a Certificate in Learning and Teaching for Higher Education (CILT) at Queen Mary University of London.
My teaching method involves focusing on learning the basic concepts at the beginning of the lesson and then tackling commonly asked exam questions on the subject to reinforce. For medicine it is crucial not only to have the knowledge but to know how to apply it and this is where students struggle usually.
My teaching method is goal-oriented and aimed at improving intrinsic motivation of my students. I base my tutoring on Bloom's Taxonomy - to classify learning objectives and goals. I believe a student learns best when facilitated with the right questions and when autonomy is passed on to them. I very much use a shared decision making strategy for approaching a problem and problem-solving.
I like to work around the needs of the student. I will tailor my teaching style based on the learning needs of each individual student. A couple of days before each lesson, you can message me with any topics that you want to go over. A few weeks later we can do a quick review to check your understanding.
I have an extensive knowledge and extensive knowledge in the field of medicine. I have been tutoring and mentoring medical students for the last 5 years . I have a MD in medicine and currently pursuing my masters in neurology in the University of Sheffield which is a Russell group university. I guarantee progress and better understanding of the subject if you choose me.
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.
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.
My teaching methodology varies according to the need of the subject and requirement of child. Concept based learning is my main target, ensuring that the child understands and fully comprehends what he is being taught so that it can be applied in various situations. Also I believe in visual teaching so where ever possible I take help of diagrams, flowcharts, tables and pictures.
My teaching method can be catered to the individual, I’m happy to share resources that helped me with the GAMSAT, as well as guidance on essay writing techniques, personal statements and ways to approach questions in the GAMSAT
Public Health Doctor | Oxbridge Graduate | Over 10 years teaching experience | Specialist marker for Edexcel - Which subject(s) do you teach? 11+ 13+ Common Entrance Mathematics (KS2, KS3 & GCSE) English (KS2 and KS3) Sciences (KS2, KS3 and GCSEs) Economics (GCSE & A-level) Business Studies (GCSE & A-level) Accounting (GCSE & A-level) A-level Biology.
My method depends on the individual and the distance between us. If close, meeting up for teaching sessions would be ideal- however with a busy schedule, and distance being a problem I have facilitated skype teaching sessions in the past that have worked perfectly.
I have a wealth of experience tutoring applicants for their examinations and interviews. I provide academic knowledge, study tips and additional revision materials. I always encourage students to challenge the ways in which they approach their goals, to boost their confidence and increase their competitiveness when it comes to university applications.
I will help you complete your assignments on time and to a very high level. I will tailor my help to what you need and let me know specifically what exactly you require.
I plan my lessons according to what the students would like to achieve and what they found challenging. I am very adaptable and flexible as to what is covered in each session as long as students have achieved their learning outcome or lesson goal. I use diagrams and keywords to help students understand concepts. Mnemonics are useful for memorising solid information for example medical conditions.
Hello! My name is Travis Brooks, and I am a qualified trainer with a first class honours degree in Biomedical Science, as well as currently finishing a fast track post-graduate Medical degree at Imperial College London.
I will provide lessons to prospective medical applications in Year 12 & 13. I utilise a holistic approach to initially understand their current standard. I will use a variety of approaches to strengthen their personal statement and interview skills. Providing 1-1 discussions to assess and improve personal statements and interview practice.
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 have achieved 10A* at GCSE and 4A*s at A-level in Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Physics. I am currently undertaking a medical degree at the University of Cambridge, having just completed my first year. In my lessons, I like to focus on areas the student is struggling with, rather than teaching them the whole syllabus.
It depends hugely on what help the student needs in this area. I will try to assess this quickly and aid where I can. Practice interviews as well as help with personal statements and admissions tests are available. I am happy to help where I can.
I adapt my tutoring approach to the student. Over the years I have taught, I have collected all the materials required for each area that I teach and provide these to the student through the course of lessons. When teaching online, I use an interactive presentation platform alongside Skype for seamless cooperative experience.
Hi, my names Lottie. I'm a 26-year-old medical student in London currently on maternity leave in Sevenoaks. I have just completed my second year and feel like I have the experience to guide A-level students through the complex and daunting medical school application process which I successfully completed in 2015.
Newly qualified Doctor from King's College London, having studied Medicine (MBBS) for 5 years. Enthusiastic and dedicated one-to-one tutor, completely committed to helping pupils engage hidden potential and achieve their ambitions.
I always ask how the student best learns their chosen subject and base my teaching on this.
I teach base on individual requirements, either by subject basis or base on clinical scenarios, this can be discuss, prior to commence of any classes
Online lessons will start with recap from last session. With mini quizzes to test your learning. Each session will teach something new, there will be videos to watch, I will write notes on the online whiteboard also. I am also ready to explain any doubts you may have. To measure progress tests will be set out and I will keep track of your results.
My teaching methodology is that I start you off slowly so I ask you what you know and I will go from there because I don't want to go into something that you do not know. I will keep the lessons up to your standards.
My lessons are aimed at sixth form students applying to UK medical schools. As every student is different, lessons are individuals and flexible to guide and help each student based on the various aspects that a medical school application entails.
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.
Fun, friendly and hardworking! With admission tests, I think that going through questions, and ensuring the student fully understands the reasoning behind the questions is really important. When tutoring interview advice, I think doing mock interviews, as well as discussion possible answers to questions etc.
Everyone has a different learning style and I aim to tailor lessons to the needs of the student. Primarily focusing on exam technique as this is the most efficient way to attaining the results the student wants. However due to my experience after school I am able to offer a more in depth understanding if the student wishes.
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Perfect! Dr Michael is an excellent tutor and he is able to help in a postgraduate level. He identified and clarified some problems that I was having with my biostatistics assignment. Thanks.
Perfect! I would highly recommend Kathy as a tutor especially if you are applying to medical school and want to refine your (MMI) interview skills. She provided me with information on hot topics and ensured that we went through everything I wanted to cover....
Perfect! Saira is a really good teacher that always comes prepared and makes lessons tailored to your needs. I've had a number of medical tutors, and more often than not, they just wing it and don't really bring any resources, but Saira is different - she...
Perfect! Tamphasana is passionate about teaching and has broad knowledge around health science. Her explanation is very clear, and she always makes sure I make the most of the class. She puts a lot of effort into preparing materials for every class and also...
Perfect! Michael helped me prepare for my physiology exam. He has a great knowledge about the subject and makes difficult concepts easy to understand. He's organised, patient and very friendly. Overall I think he's an excellent tutor can't recommend him...
Perfect! Michael was an excellent teacher, taking the time to clearly explain each problem we went through and laying out a strategy so I could continue learning in my own time. He came very well prepared and I highly recommend him as a teacher.
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