I'm happy to tutor in biology up to A-level (or equivalent). My teaching style depends on the needs and preferences of that particular student. I will work with the student to find methods which work best for them. I can tutor either individuals or small groups.
I graduated from the University of Oxford, having completed an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences. While studying, I tutored an international student in biology at IB level for a year. I spent a year out working in Project Management at Rolls-Royce. I am now returning to studying and will be completing a Masters in Environment and Development at LSE this year.
BA (Hons) Biological Sciences, University of Oxford, October 2015 – June 2018
Degree Classification: 2:1
St. Paul’s School for Girls, Birmingham, September 2008 – June 2015
A-Levels: Biology A*, English Literature A*, Mathematics A, Polish A*
AS: Philosophy and Ethics A
Bilingual: English, Polish (native)
Achievements and Awards
Top 10 in the TARGETjobs Female Undergraduate of the Year Award (2017)
7 School Awards for Academic Excellence (2011-2015)
Micro-intern, Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre, March 2017 (1 week)
•Using GIS mapping software (MapInfo) and coding software (R), supported a local government project investigating the factors affecting the distribution of Great Crested Newts around ponds in the Oxfordshire area.
•Produced a report on my methods and the issues encountered for use by future project participants.
Biology Tutor at IB level, Tutoracle, October 2016 – April 2017
•Prepared and delivered weekly lessons, tailoring them to match the specific needs of my student.
•Communicated scientific concepts coherently to an international student who spoke English as a second language.
Other Experience and Volunteering
Volunteer Field Researcher, Wildlife Sense, Greece, September 2016 (2 weeks), September 2017 (4 weeks)
•For two consecutive years participated in a charity project working towards the conservation of the Mediterranean loggerhead turtles.
•Worked in small teams during a variety of shifts and activities, including: nest inventories, beach profiles, beach surveys, hatchling rescue and the monitoring of adult behaviour in the harbour, while educating the public where necessary.
•Frequently performed the role of shift leader, which involved taking responsibility for equipment, data recording, issue escalation, and assigning roles to other team members.
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