I like to make the lessons as personal as possible by asking the student what particular areas they would like to cover. If the gap in knowledge is theoretical we cover the topic and then proceed to try and apply that to potential exam questions on the topic. I like to try and make sure my tutees have a very good understanding of a topic and not just the knowledge of how to answer an exam question on it, because then if an unusual question comes up, they’ll be much better prepared to answer it.
I am studying Biological Natural Sciences at Cambridge and currently do modules in Chemistry, Cell Biology, Physiology and Mathematics. I have been tutoring for the last 2 years in Maths and Biology.
10 A* GCSE: Maths, English literature, English Language, History, Latin, Spanish, French, Chemistry, Biology, Physics.
A in FSMQ.
4 A* at A level: Maths, Further Maths, Biology and Chemistry.
Currently studying for BA in Natural sciences at Robinson college, Cambridge.
Worked in Professor Stebbing’s cancer research lab at Imperial College, London for 2 weeks in July 2018.
Did work experience at MNG laboratories in Atlanta, USA in September 2018.
Worked 2 days at Cancer Research Technology, Cambridge July 2017.
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