I will give practice interviews and give constructive verbal and/or wittencriticism afterwards. I will enusre my students are up to date with medical news and recent deveopments. I have a positive and warm approach to lessons, instilling confidence into my students.
I am currently an in my last year of my A-levels studying biology, chemistry and economics. I have offers from 2 universities (Liverpool and Southampton) to study medicine in September 2018. I would like to offer interview adivice and practice for prospective students.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Forest School (2010 to present)
A Levels: Economics, Chemistry and Biology. Predicted AAB
GCSEs: Maths A
English Literature A
English Language A
Higher Project Qualification A*
Religious Studies A*
Paediatric First Aid (exp. 2020)
Cello - Grade 7
Voice - Grade 6
Saxophone - Grade 3
I currently work at Waitrose as a sales assistant. This job requires me to communicate effectively with the wider community. I have learnt how to deal with unfavourable situations effectively and perform under pressure. In my role I had responsibilities such as handling money, checking date codes and stacking shelves.
I currently babysit for 3 different families on a regular basis. The age of the children ranges from 18 months to 11 years.
WORK EXPERIENCE PLACEMENTS:
Newham General Hospital (Summer 2016)
Whilst on work experience, I shadowed a Consultant Urologist and a Junior Doctor in her second year. Whilst shadowing the team I interaction with patients with varying medical conditions and experience first hand the ability of the team to diagnosed, treat and work as a team to ensure the best outcomes for their patients. I also attended several multidisciplinary meetings where patients next steps where discussed. The experience helped me understand the importance of varying my communication skills depending on the situation, the importance of team work, confidentiality, and having good work ethics. I also improved my communication skills as I had to interact with both patients and other health professionals.
British Medical Journal (Summer 2016)
Whilst working of at the offices at the BMJ I learnt about work life, traveling on the train and working 9am to 5pm. I learnt transferable skills, such as and how to constructively critique a medical research paper, computer skills, attend meetings which involved note taking.
Chelmsford Mencap (2015-present)
Volunteering at Mencap involves interacting mentally handicapped people once a week after school. It also involves setting up activities, leading on activities, and helping serve snacks and drinks at break time. This has taught me how to interact with people from all walks of life.
Kuumba Youth Music (2014-2016)
Whilst volunteering here I led a quartet of string players. I was responsible for sourcing music, organising rehearsals. This would culminate in a concert to the local community. It taught me how to manage time effectively and communicate with both children and parents.
I play the cello and do olympic weightlifitng in my spare time.
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