Hi, I’m a post-graduate medical student. I am currently studying at UCL, which is where I completed my undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences. I am a calm, warm and extremely approachable individual. My resolute organizational skills and patience have allowed me to deal with different problems and to become more successful. These qualities are vital to be an effective teacher and role model for my students.
Teaching has always been a keen interest of mine, and is a vital skill. I have previously worked at an established tuition company, working with secondary school students in both Mathematics and Sciences.
In addition I have been a student mentor for my current and previous degree. Currently, I am volunteering at Islington sixth form college aiding students in their subjects as well as applications for medical school.
I have been in education for a long while and have noted from my own experience, of peers and tutees, what is a formula for success. I’ve realised that everyone thinks and processes information differently. Therefore learning is personal and should be tailored to the individual. There is no ‘set way’ or ‘how to guide’ when it comes to studying. So on my first session we will assess the students strengths and weaknesses, thus enabling me to adapt to the students needs, whether it be to focus more on exam technique or simply understanding content.
In subsequent sessions we will then only focus on one topic per session, which needs particular attention. Then we will attempt exam questions together making sure they understand how to approach and tackle the topic effectively. This will then give the student a full understanding of the core knowledge but also exam technique. I believe this is the best way for the student to ultimately apply their knowledge and gain vital confidence for the exam.
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