I am a 6th year medical student at Oxford. During my third year I specialised in Neuroscience and published research on gene editing. This background has aided my understanding of the scientific literature and enabled me to better teach the analytical skills needed at degree level.
I have experience in tutoring for BMAT and medical school interviews and have been doing so for a number of years.
Additionally medical school can be difficult at times. I am keen to use my knowledge and experience to guide others through areas they may find difficult. I have a special interest in anatomy, neurology and surgery - though I am able to provide tuition in all areas of the curriculum.
I have experience providing a wide range of tuition. I have also helped people out with personal statements and university applications for medicine, averaging over 4 offers each. I realise that the application process can be daunting and am keen to use my own experience to help others.
Ultimately these sessions are about maximising your time and effort and I hope to engage with you in a manner that allows this.
For interview practice the focus will be on the areas of knowledge and qualities expected by medical schools. I aim to provide a realistic experience designed to ensure that on the day my tutee's do not have to worry about what might come up and can simply focus on being themselves.
For BMAT sessions I aim to equip tutees with a range of skills and methods to approach questions while also instilling a robust exam technique and confidence to tackle the test.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (evenings)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Oxford||2015||Bachelors||2:1 BA Hons Medical Science|
|University of Oxford||2018||Bachelors||BMBCh|
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