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GCSE Medicine Tutors & GCSE Medicine Tuition

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Dev

Dev

Doctorate: BMBS (Medicine) (2013)
I received 4.94/5 stars based on the statement "I would recommend Dr Dev's teaching programme to other students", 4.95/5 stars based on the statement "Dr Dev was a knowledgeable teacher", and 4.97/5 stars based on the statement "Dr Dev was an effective communicator". Since then I have conducted local, national and international teaching programmes which have been equally successful. I have also tutored many students in the past, all of which have found my teaching...
Taaha

Taaha

Bachelors: Medicine (MBChB) (2018)
refer to my 'Entrance Exams' or 'University Medicine' prices , however these are negotiable based on need so please message me to enquire! In the previous three years, I have helped numerous students gain entry in to Medicine, this has included running interview workshops and working on personal statements. For the 2016 intake, every single medical applicant I worked with had at least one offer to Medical School. Not only have I worked with students...
Mo

Mo

School: A in A-Level History (2012)
not provide for me. This is something that I have gone on to publish in several medical education journals. I hope to bring the techniques I have learnt to the students that need help improving their grades and setting up their careers. I have a lot of experience in the field of applying to universities and a future career in medicine. I went onto apply through the UCAS system and received offers from King's College...
Sayinthen

Sayinthen

Bachelors: BSc in Neuroscience (2013)
on a one-to-one basis. I have previously tutored KS3 and GSCE students in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. I currently also work as a teacher for Kaplan. Throughout my studies, I have also used numerous opportunities to teach other students that are at the same level as me, or in younger years. I believe this vast experience has perfected my skills in being able to make concepts crystal clear and conveying information in manner that...
Rene

Rene

Bachelors: BSc. Biology. Upper Second Class Honours (2011)
me to interact with students from all walks of life and has given me the ability to build a caring yet professional relationship to get the best out of my students. Part time teaching assistance, for a number of years, at local primary schools whilst at secondary school and university. Spent 3 months in China teaching English to children at a summer school. Was the most senior NCO at my school's air cadet organisation where...
Amar

Amar

Doctorate: PhD Cardiovascular Physiology (2010)
revision. I have many years of experience in higher education and gained my PhD in Cardiovascular Physiology from the University of Birmingham in 2010. I then spent four years working as as a Clinical Research Scientist for the NHS, where I presented my research at international conferences and published in numerous medical journals. My Bangor University Staff Profile can be found by copy/pasting the following link into your browser: **Web Address Removed** I joined Bangor...
King Rebecca
background. In 2012, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Philosophy from the 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...
Fahed

Fahed

Bachelors: BSc Neuroscience (2004)
a systematic, organised and disciplined approach when it comes to the study of any subject, but particularly with something of the theoretical depth and practical significance of medicine. I have organised all that I have learnt from medical school and postgraduate studies into organised simple chunks based on a simple though I feel unique system which allows for easy recall, particularly in the stressful times of examinations and, later on, patient care. I have organised...
Jessica

Jessica

Doctorate: MBBS Medicine (currrently studying) (2018)
a science tutor at two tuition schools in west London and have experience in tutoring small groups, both for KS3/GCSE science and A-level biology. I have also been tutoring one-to-one students (in the same subjects) since September 2015. My experience so far has focused on both teaching content and exam preparation. I have also tutored university level students, with a focus on assisting with and improving essays and dissertation-style work, as well as teaching other...
Melis

Melis

Doctorate: Medicine and Surgery (2018)
to see time and time again. I am a motivated individual, always aiming a little higher than I should and am currently loving the wards and the times I get to spend in surgery! I have taught a range of individuals from ages 4-68! There is no such thing as too early or too late to learn. I started tutoring when I was 15 and then went into professional tutoring all around London. I have...

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