Hello! I'm going into my third year at UCL for Medicine. I give lessons to those at GCSE/A level standard and having done these exams recently and scoring top marks I believe I know the key things to do in order to achieve the best. My lesson structure is a mixture of teaching and testing, so that knowledge is not only learnt but consolidated. As a tutor I'm looking for those willing to learn and put in the effort to achieve the top marks.
I am relatively new to giving lessons, however I do have experience of tutoring 2 students who have gone on to achieve all A/A*s at GCSE. Also having done these exams recently means unlike older teachers, I understand the recent syllabus changes and the techniques/knowledge needed in order to do great. If you'd like to see more experiences and results of mine, please have a look at my CV!
Ongoing degree - Medicine at UCL (achieved a first in my first year and second year exams)
IB diploma achieved in sixth form - A score of 43 out of 45. The equivalent of A*A*A* at A2 level in Biology, Chemistry and Economics and A*AA at AS level in German, English and Maths.
GCSEs achieved - 9A*s and 1A. A*s achieved in Maths, English Language, German, Chinese, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Music and Geography. A in English literature.
Have experience of tutoring Biology and Chemistry.
Samuel is an excellent tutor - he is friendly, reliable, patient and has an outstanding in depth knowledge of his subjects. He always goes the extra mile to make sure his students really do understand everything and that they know how to answer questions too! Overall, I cannot recommend Sam enough as a tutor for you !
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