I am a second year medical student, who has plenty of experience teaching my peers and my juniors!
I adapt well to my students and how they learn best! Some of us learn from making diagrams, whilst others work best when writing: .
I previously privately tutored KS3 children (with everything from biology and physics to religious studies!). I am very lucky to have studied the International Baccalaureate so have experience with a wide range of subjects. I have also helped GCSE students with failing grades in booster classes, who went on to pass comfortably!
If you live further away, please bear in mind that it will cost me more to travel, and I will require travel reimbursement.
A medical student at a top-rated medical college in England.
Have previously worked with secondary school students from Year 7 to Year 11. I currently also aid my peers in medical school.
Having received 4 (out of 4) interviews for medical school (including Oxford, Imperial and King's College), I am very skilled at medical school applications and able to assist in the process.
I received 800/900 in my UKCAT and also above-average for BMAT, with an essay score of 4.5A.
2016 – present: Bart’s and the London, Medicine MBBS
2014 – 16: Bexley Grammar School, International Baccalaureate (37) – Biology, Chemistry, English HL (6,6,6), Maths, German, History SL (6, 6, 5).
2012 – 2014: Haberdasher’s Aske’s GCSEs – 8A* (including English, Maths and Science), 3As
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