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North East Medicine Tutors and North East Medicine Tuition

First Tutors can help you to find a private medicine teacher in the North East region and across the UK. Private medicine tuition is an excellent way to boost confidence as well as increasing grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our service to search for home medicine teachers near you in the North East region and select which best meets your requirements.

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Taaha

Taaha

Bachelors: Medicine (MBChB) (2018)
a part time job I have also worked at Eureka! The National Children's Museum, which undoubtedly shows I am capable of working with all ages and naturally able to teach. Aside from this I have also volunteered in a scheme in which I mentored ex-criminals to integrate back in to society through the means of education and employment; this further enhanced my approachability and means I am comfortable with working with all types of individuals....
King Rebecca
University of Durham. After completing the first two years of my medical course, I decided to take some time off (2015-2017) to pursue a Master's degree in Piano Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Taking a break from the medical school has given me the opportunity to rediscover my passion for the creative arts. I am currently offering English, piano and entrance exam lessons. I have been teaching privately for more than two years....
Richard

Richard

Bachelors: MBChB (Hons) [Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery, with Honours] (2015)
took part in Peer Teaching - a programme where more senior students help to prepare lower years for exams and/or clinical practice. This was an extremely enjoyable time as well as being a fantastic opportunity to improve my teaching skills. I have also provided revision help to the lower years in more informal sessions. In Sixth Form I took part in a mentoring scheme which involved being responsible for 3 or 4 younger students from...
related subjects. Flexible in nature and innovative in teaching approach. Over 3 years of college teaching and one-to-one tutoring experience. Volunteer teacher in school for underprivileged people in rural areas of Pakistan for 2 years. I am really flexible and I am personally open to all different approaches of teaching. I believe it depends on a common understanding among the tutor and the tutee as to what method will be more suitable according to the...
Aayesha
Training of new employees at work (Post office - train from new with banking/cash handling, customer service, parcels, bill payments, passport applications, etc.) Details of any may be provided on request. Every student has their own approach to learning, whether it be verbal, visual, auditory, or by teaching others. I recognise the strengths and weaknesses of my students and alter my lessons to suit them. I like to make my sessions fun and interactive, continuously...
Zain

Zain

Bachelors: Clinical Sciences (Hons) - 2:1 (2012)
Maths, English and Urdu ever since. Being a student myself, I can appreciate that different clients are receptive to different teaching styles. I am also aware that some clients may find a particular topic or concept more difficult to grasp than others. For this reason, I use a flexible teaching method adapted to the client's needs and preferences. I believe that the key to success is a mixture of core learning, doing past papers, learning...
Oliver
weeks. During the tour we focused on British history and increasing cultural understanding. My approach to tutoring is simple yet effective; to tailor every lesson specifically for the needs of the individual student and help motivate learning through a dynamic one-to-one dialogue that only private tuition can deliver. Every pupil comes to private tuition in order to meet their own educational needs. Thus, every pupil has individual requirements. My approach is to work with students...
Thomas

Thomas

Bachelors: 2:1 (2014)
an hour ### I am currently an anatomy demonstrator for many students at the University of Leeds. I have privately tutored two academic students - one a GCSE student in a private school, and another in A Levels. In addition to this, I often proofread works relating to history, heritage management, computing and forensics all to a university level. I have taught 40 volunteers skills such as active listening, customer experience, empathic communications, emotional resilience...
Sadihika

Sadihika

Bachelors: Clinical Anatomy (2017)
applications and personal statements which is something I enjoyed doing. Volunteering in numerous settings has allowed me to gain many transferable skills appropriate to tutoring. I have delivered a number of sexual education sessions at schools in Yorkshire as part of an outreach society of the Medical school at Leeds. I have also volunteered at a children's youth group which often involved helping them with homework and keeping them focused. Having given presentations to people...
Matthew

Matthew

School: 10 A*s, 2As in GCSE (2012)
hear from someone who has been through it all, I have learnt a lot and will be fully committed to passing on my knowledge. I have helped out with aspiring medics back in my school, passing on advice about the application process and reviewing personal statements. I will always start by getting to know my students, their goals and by reviewing their current situation. Then I will plan with the student what to cover in...

This is the best place to discover through one search the most suitable local medicine tutor for your needs in the North East region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to compliment your online education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our unique search will order private medicine tutors (from the North East region) in your area according to their medicine lesson charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a home North East medicine teacher, you can ask specific questions through 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 information. For those studying for medicine exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the North East area.

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