I am a dedicated student whose vocation in life is to become a doctor. I work extremely hard to get the best education I can and I'm willing to make sure I can give you or your child the same. I absolutely love maths, biology and chemistry. Doing my A-levels has allowed me to study my passion and I hope I can help you or your children learn not only the content but how to apply the knowledge, how to explain the knowledge, master exam techniques, master revision and how to write structured essays according to the subject specifications.
I am familiar with working with children as I have baby-sitted children in the past and I am patient when dealing with them. I am also a non-commissioned officer in the Air Cadets so I'm experienced in holding positions of responsibility. I'm very organised and also flexible when needed.
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15 Burlington Road, EN2 0LL
18 years old
Dame Alice Owens
It was during my two weeks of work experience at the Speedwell Practice that confirmed my vocation in life was to be a doctor. Seeing doctors help people by diagnosing their illnesses and offering them treatment proved to me how rewarding the job can be. The challenge of problem-solving, analysis and diagnosis intrigues me to the greatest extent.
GCSE (at Chace Community School)
Further additional science
My Key Achievements:
Industrial cadet award
Crest silver award (signed by Sir Paul Nurse FRS, President of the British science association and Royal society)
Sporting medals within the cadets (gold cross country, gold swimming relay, gold 800m, gold 1500m, silver hockey and bronze breaststroke along with wing blues)
STEM work experience course ran by RAF Cranwell in which, I had to compete in an application process against 460 (with only 37 places available)
Laid the wreath for the polish ambassador at the polish war memorial (RAF Northolt)
Laid the wreath for Enfield at the Enfield war memorial
Senior cadet classification
The ‘best effort’ award at my school’s presentation evening
Extended learning summer challenge- mind the map, explorer’s award
Maths department award (x2)
Graphics department award
Art department award
Vocab express award
History department homework award
English department award
100% attendance award
School leadership award (SLT)
Women in STEM program award
Enfield school improvement award (NRICH Maths day)
Best cadet award (x2)
Captain of the netball team (at school and in the cadets)
100 hours of volunteering award
being selected to attend the 75th anniversary of the ATC (with the duchess of Cambridge present)
Diamond Challenge Duke of Edinburgh award
Jack Petchey award
Form representative for 4 years
Team leader award for Nijmegen (when I walked 100 miles in the Netherlands)
I thoroughly enjoy participating in different extra-curricular activities. I have demonstrated the ability to work under pressure by correctly applying my map reading skills to re-route my team during DofE whilst maintaining a calm atmosphere. I also love tackling problems logically and this was enhanced by attending STEM work experience with the Air Cadets. Working with people I had never met before presented me with the opportunity to reinforce my communication and leadership skills, ultimately being selected to give a presentation summarising what the group had learnt to a number of senior personnel in the RAF along with chief test pilot of BAE systems. With motivation and hard work, my Silver Crest award was presented to me (signed by the inspirational Sir Paul Nurse — president of the Royal Society). Meanwhile, I have certainly enjoyed being a member of student council for over 4 years, voicing concerns and finding solutions. This has furthered my confidence along with holding the responsibility of being a senior non-commissioned officer (SNCO) in the cadets.
Two weeks working at the Speedwell Practice, one week of STEM
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