I love to explore the sciences with both the experienced and the unexperienced, and am happy to help students of all skill levels achieve the grades they can!
I'm a big fan of the Test-Teach-Test methodology, as it allows the teacher to understand exactly what the pupil knows first, and then progress the lesson to exactly where it is needed. This ensures no time is wasted, and every moment of the lesson is used to the best it can be.
I consider myself to be very jolly and find a lot of joy in seeing someone understand a tricky concept and be able to explain it back to me with confidence.
I'm currently a third year Molecular Biology student at Royal Holloway, University of London. I'm a really ambitious and driven student, and look forward to helping whoever I can understand biology, and discover just how fun the subject can be to explore and study further. I'm also happy to help with Chemistry and Physics at GCSE level, and will be spending my next year studying to teach the sciences at the University of York.
Port of London Authority, London River House - Data Analyst
• Effective time management and reproduction of information to a more accessible format - produced a spreadsheet of imports for the Thames Tideway Tunnel team with multiple automated systems for calculating totals, percentages, and other statistics, saving engineers time and allowing them to progress on the project.
• Reliability – Completed other tasks when asked, such as filing, sorting, and copying.
• Offered and accepted a long term position on the Environment team thanks to reliability and adaptability when presented with varied tasks.
Lyndon Care Home, Sandridge, St Albans - Volunteer
• Adaptability - Entertaining residents, involving board games, quizzes, and music.
• Building Relationships - Assisting residents and carers, providing company to the elderly, and a helping hand to the staff when required
Royal Holloway, University of London
(September 2018 - Present)
BSc Molecular Biology
• Organisation and time management - effective timetabling for work management, particularly during exam time, allowing for efficient, and high quality, work and revision with minimal stress, demonstrated by high exam scores.
• Presenting scientific information - Completed a talk on contemporary molecular genetics to an audience with a varying knowledge of the subject, achieving 92%, with particular merit in audience interaction and question response.
• Leading and delegation within a group - First year group project work provided an opportunity for cooperative work, during which I helped to delegate and chase up work from each group member while completing my own assigned task to achieve a final high grade, and full marks from peer assessed contributions.
St. Albans School, Hertfordshire
(September 2013 – June 2018)
• GCSEs in English (A*, A*), Maths (B), with 7 additional GCSEs (A grade or above)
• A level Electronics, Biology, and Chemistry (A, B, C), and an AS in Physics.
• ECDL qualifications in IT Safety, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and Access.
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