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Walpita Rahul
(1st & 2nd years). As an A/L student I tutored GCSE students in physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics. My teaching style focusses on the core concepts of the subject, an application of this core knowledge to practical examples, and its subsequent association within exam questions. My teaching will be tailored to your individual needs, wants and expectations. I will focus on the setting and achievement of goals with a structured study plan. I will also...
Stuart
including lecturing to hundreds of students, small and large group seminar-based sessions and a mix of theory and practical skills. Since 1998 I have been the Year One tutor which involves a pastoral element as many students are having their first experience of independence away from friends and family. As a private tutor both in my own home and in the tutee's home I mainly focus on one to one tuition which I find hugely...
Dev

Dev

Doctorate: BMBS (Medicine) (2013)
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 panel for entry into medical school. In July 2015 I also ran an "Entry to Medicine" summer school programme which was associated with a highly commended London medical...
the subject and achieve better grades and pass entrance exams. Every year I run Pharmacy training sessions for pre-reg students covering all aspects of the exam to help them pass Pre-reg Exam. If you need help with Pharmacy pre reg exam to cover calculations, BNF, OTC sections, case studies, I am here to help. I have a very methodological and thorough approach.I try my best to help my students understand the core principals and concepts...
Taaha

Taaha

Bachelors: Medicine (MBChB) (2018)
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. I've also been heavily involved in Medical applications and interviews and am well versed in the requirements of various medical schools throughout the UK. I've been a mentor for many who...
Irene

Irene

Bachelors: Medical Sciences with Management (2014)
includes providing advice on personal statements as well as support with preparing for the UKCAT and BMAT. I have conducted and delivered an ‘Entry to Medicine' course for international students which was held at a reputed London medical school. Sessions included tips on how to succeed in the UKCAT & BMAT which received positive feedback and all my students have gone on to achieve commendable scores. Having had considerable experience as an interview panel member...
Mo

Mo

School: A in A-Level History (2012)
of 650 students through AIMS and a further 1,500 medical students during my time at university. My teaching experience ranges from teaching 5 year olds, to transforming D grade GCSE students to A/A* students, to teaching complex medical principles to final year medical students. I am confident I am able to transform the attitude and grades of my students. I am extremely enthusiastic, approachable and inspire a love for the subject in the student. I...
Alexander
can be daunting and am keen to use my own experience to help others. I prefer to work in an exam focused manner going through practice questions and then addressing any issues that arise either with exam technique or subject understanding. The simplest approach is usually the best. The first session will consist of going through the syllabus for the relevant exam board and highlighting areas to target. This will be followed by several practice...
Katrina
lessons get the best from them and 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...
Kitty
A level Psychology and prepare students for GCSE Science and English. In addition to my degree level qualifications, I also have a Diploma in General Science (equivalent to A Level) and a Diploma in Psychology. I currently have a range of students of combined science, English and psychology, working across GCSE, A level and Degree/Postgraduate programmes, together with regular IELTs and FCE students. The latter come for intensive preparation of up to two weeks on...

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