I like to teach students by making the scientific concepts fit into the real world.
I like to make lessons both fun and challenging to help get you to the next level.
I like to use a lot of practice questions to help you get exam ready.
My name is Sam, I am a third year medical student and I would love to help you with your science and maths! If you're finding these subjects hard at school then feel free to send me a message and we can discuss where you need the help and how you like to learn so that we can work together to come up with the best plan to help you out.
As a medical student communication is really important and so isnthat ability to explain concepts and so I would love to bring the skills I have learnt at medical school into helping you.
I have had a lot of experience in other caring roles where communication, time management and giving instruction is also very important such as working as a care assistant in a care home, and volunteering and children's holiday camps for the disabled.
The direct teaching experience I have had has mainly been informal experience such as teaching my sister some of her GCSE physics at home, but I also used to work as an assistant tennis coach where I helped to improve children's tennis skills.
I myself have experienced some tutoring at home and I know just how beneficial it can be having someone there to work through challenging concepts and guiding you when you go wrong on a 1 to 1 environment.
Thank you very much for reading about me and feel free to message me with any further questions you have.
Curriculum Vitae - Oliver Sam Brown
Name: Oliver Sam Brown
DOB: 03/08/1997 (21 Years Old)
I am a highly motivated medical student based at St George’s University of London and I would love to have a job that involved working with people as it really compliments my skill set developed through past experiences, communication skills training and placements throughout London’s hospitals and GP’s.
• St George’s University Of London:
o MBBS 5 Medicine Degree (end of 3rd of 5th year)
Passed first 2 years in top 30%
Passed 3rd year in top 20% with a merit
• Bedford Modern School:
o A Levels:
o AS Levels:
6 A*’s, 3A’s, and a B
o Extra qualifications:
Additional Mathematics (between GCSE and A Level) B
BCS Digital Creator
European Computer Driving Licence
• GCSE Tutor:
o Biology, Chemistry, Physics
o Self employed
• Westbury Grange Care Home:
o Bank Care Assistant
o July 2016 – September 2017
• Broomfield Residential:
o Cleaning and Kitchen Work
o July 2016 – September 2017
• Nigel Willard Tennis:
o Assistant Tennis Coach
• Working as a bank care assistant at an old people’s home being responsible for the physical and mental wellbeing of the residents as well as their safety.
• Working as a cleaner at an old people’s home cleaning resident’s rooms, the kitchen, and washing up, taking responsibility for various aspects of hygiene for the residents and improving time management skills.
• Taking up the role of year rep for my cohort at medical school with one other person being responsible for addressing any issues which occurred throughout the years and ensuring all our lectures were recorded and uploaded to the website on time.
• Placements as part of my university course in hospitals and GPs throughout London learning to communicate with many different people and all circumstances, as well as learning how to work as part of a team and under pressure.
• Two disabled children’s holiday camps with Interchange Outer East Melbourne, becoming a one on one carer for selected children with different intellectual and physical disabilities.
• Shadowed a child healthcare and maternal nurse in Mildura, performing checks on children in either disadvantaged or at-risk families, as well as assisting at routine child clinics.
• Week of timetabled work experience at Bedford Hospital and a week at a General Practice, shadowing doctors of many different specialities, as well as a day’s work experience with a consultant psychiatrist at Bedford hospital, learning about different diseases and disorders and how they are treated.
• Weekly volunteering at a local dementia home, helping to improve the living conditions of the patients there, and building upon my communication skills. October 2013 to Summer 2015.
• Trained and worked as a tennis coach assistant, which involves working with a fully qualified tennis coach in groups of around 20 pupils, helping and encouraging children to learn to play tennis. My work consisted of teaching the children the techniques and rules of the game, whilst ensuring they have fun.
Achievements and Interests:
• Passed 3rd year medicine degree in top 20% with a merit, and first 2 years of medicine degree jointly in the top 30%.
• Year Rep for my cohort for the first 2 years of my degree.
• Gold, Silver and Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award.
• Computer related: ECDL Award, School ICT Award, BCS Digital Creator.
• Smallpeice Trust Engineering Year 9 STEM project prize - completed 3-day residential course at Telford University.
• ATP Tennis Young Leaders coaches’ course completed – Easter 2011.
• Travel - I have visited many countries and seen foreign cultures in 5 different continents, including two backpacking trips around Europe.
• Sports – playing and watching various sports such as tennis, football, cycling, table tennis, badminton.
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