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: .
If you live further away, please bear in mind that it will cost me more to travel, and I will require travel reimbursement.
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!
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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