As an A Level Student, I can comfortably give lessons to GCSE students, alongside primary school children. Due to my patience, I prefer a proactive approach to learning, by testing various methods that suit the individual(s) I am teaching.
I am a student, who has been willingly mentoring students within my grammar school, throughout my academic career as well as family friends who required extra support. I now pride my ability to teach through my understanding of progress.
I also have privately tutored, for family friends, to aid them within their GCSE qualifications.
I am a hard-working, dedicated Dartford Grammar Girl’s School student, who aims always to push myself to achieve what others perceive as unattainable. I have both methodical and logical approaches to problem solving, in various aspects of my life, and am proud of my persistence to do any job, until it is done, to the highest of standards. I am a learning enthusiast, and during my secondary years, I have adopted a mindset similar to the Kaizen philosophy. I believe that every aspect of my life deserves to be constantly improved, in various methods of continuous gradual improvements. I apply this mindset especially in my education. I have a mature and attentive mentality, which has led me to striving always to be the best I can be. With education especially, I feel inclined to be better than that I was yesterday. Having noticed that I value the well-being of others over my own from an early age, I have developed a passion for the medical profession. With its rewarding nature, and my desire to help anyone who can benefit from my assistance, my interest in this career has grown profoundly.
Roles and Responsibilities
• Deputy Form Captain in Year 7 and 11, Form Captain in Years 8,9,10 and 12 – consisting of gathering feedback from fellow classmates and relaying the information to the head of year and headmaster of my school, alongside organising form activities on a weekly basis
• Prefect in Year 6 and Year 12 – working with younger students, keeping them entertained whilst preventing mischief
• Currently an academic mentor for my all sciences and mathematics – assessing students’ current positions in a subject and creating proactive steps for improvement
• Babysitting a three-year-old brother – demonstrating patience, responsibility and reliability, and ability to work under pressure
• English Language, Literature and Mathematics: GCSE grades 9
• Chemistry, Biology and Physics: GCSE grades 988
• Geography and History: GCSE grades 9
• Business: GCSE grade 8
• German: GCSE grade 7
• Further Mathematics: GCSE grade A
My achievement in school have not only proved my natural strengths, but has also led me to venture more, specifically about Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics, which I have continued as A Levels. Seemingly, these are subjects I excel in, and complement my future career ambitions immensely, aided by my EPQ qualification focused on Genetic Engineering of Embryos.
• Work Placement at Darenth Valley Hospital
Merely working and shadowing someone in the medical field heightened my desire to do the work myself. I was able to sense the reward in working in medicine, due to the acknowledgement that you are helping others significantly. Furthermore, I learnt how every department in a hospital held a fundamental job, regardless of size, in helping the general public. The responsibility of a job in the medical field excites me, due to my ability to work best under pressure – and in knowing that my role holds great importance.
• Completed ‘Young Reporters Scheme’ for students between ages 14 to 18 years old, and an active member of debate club, demonstrating my dedication, time management skills and ability to formulate an argument and express myself coherently
• Completed Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award, and the National Citizen Service, to show ambition, and capability of working outside of my comfort zone
• Attended the “Be Inspired Youth Conference” on 1st April 2016, provided by Barclays, and the WCAN conference on 21st August 2019, to demonstrate willingness to learn, and having a proactive approach to future careers.
• Participated in Imperial College London’s Taster Lectures on 14th September 2019, alongside UCL’s Medicine Lecture on 7th September 2019, showing true interest in my future education
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