My teaching method is a mix of visual and hands-on techniques, and focuses on long-term retention of material. That way you won't have to cram the night before an exam! I generally start with a quiz, follow up on any questions you have from the quiz or the previous seasion's homework, before leaping right into the main meal. We will think outside the box by creating links between different areas of the syllabus, and learn the key concepts in new and exciting ways. Think "acting out the journey of urine through the nephron". That's a technique I used, and I swear I will never forget that information. After a few questions to practice applying the knowledge we just learned, I'll send you away with 20-30 minutes worth of practice questions for you to do in your own time.
Of course, this is just an outline. I'm totally flexible- if one week you just need practice questions, and another we spend ages on a particular concept, that's totally fine. With me as your tutor, one thing is certain- your learning always takes priority.
I'm a patient, logical medical student who has worked crazy hard to get to where I am- and I'd like to share my techniques with you.
I achieved 6A*'s and 4 A's at GCSE, and have an A in both Biology and Psychology at A-level. I have two years tutoring experience with a variety of age groups and thrive on watching my pupils improve even faster than they expected. I'm also available to help with personal statements and university applications.
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