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Home Medicine Tuition across Scotland

We can help you find the right private medicine tutor in Scotland to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Local medicine tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge (and grades). Please run a search for private medicine teachers near you (anywhere in Scotland) and choose the one who fits your needs.

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Katrina
helps them to become more enthusiastic about learning. At this point, the student and I set out a plan to help them get the most out of the subject and how to prepare for exams. This all depends on what their needs and goals are. From this point on I try and tailor the lessons according to their needs and to help them work on their weak points as I believe that these should always...
Duncan
a first class honours at the Univeristy of Dundee. Teaching students how to understand maths, biology and chemistry is necessary for my future profession as a doctor. I have loved tutoring all my students over the last 3 years. I have been tutoring students in Maths , Biology and Chemistry and also have been involved in the tuition of medical students and medical applicants. Friendly, one-one and tailored approach to tuition. It will be the...
Lex

Lex

College: International Baccalaureate (2012)
My secondary 4 student improved from a C5 to A1 for English in his "N" levels, my secondary 3 student improved in his English, E Math and Bio/Chem from C5 to B3, B4 to A2 and C6 to B3 in his final exams. My approach is a holistic one, tackling not only academic achievements but to stir in them an enthusiasm to learn, to develop a self-driven attitude in them that is beneficial in the...
Sara
been a tutor at a public school in Lebanon as a Red Cross volunteer in the subjects of Mathermatics and English. More recently, I have been giving a seminar about Public Health at the University of Dundee, and had been a guest speaker for undergraduate International Health students. I think the best way to tutor someone is to let them be partners in learning, in terms of deciding which areas need to be focused on...
Akindayo

Akindayo

Bachelors: Bachelor of Engineering (2016)
I am a 5th year medical student and a bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering with more than 10 years experience in teaching physics, chemistry and biology at both advanced level and ordinary level. More than 10 years experience in teaching of physics, chemistry and biology My teaching approach involves understanding the need of each student and tailor my teaching process to proper understanding of the subject topic....
Elena
I just relocated in Scotland and I would like to continue tutoring. 10 years of teaching in Romania and 3 years of tutoring in US-Michigan I am very flexible upon student's needs, using a wide variety of approaches upon the student's best way of learning...
Salma

Salma

Bachelors: MBChB Medicine (2021)
and also teaching and facilitating first aid workshops. I have personal and teaching experience of a variety of subjects and the following entrance exams: 11 plus and medical admissions tests: UKCAT, BMAT and GAMSAT. I use interactive methods for teaching and instil a love for learning with all my students. I teach 11 plus, pre-GCSE, GCSE, A Level and Undergraduate University level. I pay close attention to each pupils needs and work out with them...
Adam

Adam

Bachelors: 2.1 BSc Anatomy and Physiology (2016)
placed and set up for the sessions – I have found that most pupils benefit from being out of their home environment for tuition. I ask that a parent/guardian attend the first lesson to ensure that everyone feels comfortable and I hold full disclosure for my associated work with young people. - Medicine (Med School Application Assistance) Helping Hand Package £100 I know how daunting and competitive the whole Medicine application process can seem. With...

Our unique search will order local medicine tutors (from Scotland) in your local area according to their medicine tuition charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a medicine teacher, you can ask specific questions in our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for medicine tutors teaching at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even local medicine tuition for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Scotland! Finding help through private medicine tuition (or using group medicine tuition) improves your chances of learning success and remembering what is being taught.

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Regions: Scotland