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Dev

Dev

Doctorate: BMBS (Medicine) (2013)
me an "Excellence as a Peer Tutor and Mentor" at their annual Excellence in Education event. I have also recently gained a formal teaching certification, and hold a formal teaching post alongside my clinical job with a London university. This serves as a testament that I love teaching! For anyone trying to get into medicine I can help with this. I have worked at over 20 interview days and I have also interviewed on the...
Sayinthen

Sayinthen

Bachelors: BSc in Neuroscience (2013)
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 is engaging to the student. The satisfaction I gain from teaching and seeing the student improve is my primary goal. I adopt the principle that it is important to use lesson time to allow students to ask questions and introduce the next level of understanding. This will...
Rene

Rene

Bachelors: BSc. Biology. Upper Second Class Honours (2011)
the most senior NCO at my school's air cadet organisation where I spent 4 years teaching younger cadets multiple subjects (non academic) to help better themselves. Whilst in Sixth form I was a mentor, looking after and helping the young students, trying to make their transition from primary to secondary education much smoother. Each student is different and so different approaches are needed. Some work better in old fashioned, structured environments whilst some are more...
Amar

Amar

Doctorate: PhD Cardiovascular Physiology (2010)
Removed** I joined Bangor University as a Lecturer in 2014 and I am the module leader for several physiology/biology modules on the Sport and Exercise Science course. I also supervise Masters and PhD students. I have also previously taught as a guest Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and the University of Wolverhampton and have good experience of the diverse learning needs of students. I am able to provide a friendly and relaxed approach to...
King Rebecca
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 currently offering English, piano and entrance exam lessons. I have been teaching privately for more than two...
Rosie
of my university course there has been a substantial emphasis on peer-to-peer learning. When faced with seemingly endless amounts of information, I have had lots of practice in coming up with and sharing ways in which to remember it, and also in breaking down complicated topics. This has no doubt helped my tutoring. I feel I'm friendly and approachable and have the approach that no question is a silly question - having been a tutee...
Fahed

Fahed

Bachelors: BSc Neuroscience (2004)
to be the primary aim of all medical students, for the sake of practical implementation and not just passing a simple exam: "It is a fact, albeit a regrettable one, that many students, perhaps the majority, are obsessively concerned with passing examinations, which become for them the raison d'etre rather than a by-product of medical education. Even at this pragmatic level, it should be understood that the process of learning transcends the acquisition, partial retention...
Ved
I am a PhD research scholar at school of biological sciences, University of East Anglia. My research area is in the field of RNA Silencing (Biology). I am an Indian. I have taught students for 3 years starting from 3rd standard up to higher secondary level, one to one as well as in group. I would like teach based on the understanding capacity of the student....
Sadihika

Sadihika

Bachelors: Clinical Anatomy (2017)
tasks. I have helped many juniors with their university 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...
Sara

Sara

Bachelors: Natural Sciences (2015)
which I have thoroughly enjoyed. I have also been a subject contact within my college, which involved helping the veterinary and medical students in the year below with work that they were struggling with. Whilst at sixth form, I ran an after school science club for local primary school students. I also am currently tutoring GCSE Maths. I am enthusiastic about my subject, so try to make the tutoring sessions fun rather than a chore....

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