I plan to approach my tutoring lessons by first investigating the problem area the student is struggling with and from there develop personalised lesson plans to target this. The approach taken depends so much on the learning style of the student so I'm happy to work around that!
I personally find making visual diagrams to explain difficult concepts helps understanding a lot. I also think working through questions together to find the solution as a team before gradually allowing the student to become more independent can help build confidence. I want my lessons to be fun and engaging so I try to think outside the box and come up with new ways to look at the information!
I'm a current medicine student studying at King's College London after completing my undergraduate Bachelors at Imperial College London with a First Class Hons. I've also spent time working at Harvard Medical School in Biological research. I'm a hard-working and reliable person that loves working with other people. I'm extremely patient and happy to work with students at any level to see they achieve their goals.
Although this is my first formal tutoring experience, I have taught younger siblings regularly throughout GCSE's and A-levels in sciences and maths. I also have a lot of experience volunteering with disabled elderly people which demonstrates my patience and ability to communicate.
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