Hi, I'm a junior doctor who trained at the University of Oxford. I am an experienced teacher, having taught for many years, and I have an expert understanding of the basic sciences. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, a fact that I've been told comes across in my sessions. I've been through the system recently so I understand the challenges faced by students sitting exams both before and during med school.
I've graduated from the University of Oxford with a medical degree and a 2.1 honours degree in medical sciences. At school I achieved 11A*s at GCSE, 5 As at AS and 3A*s in A level biology, maths and chemistry. I also scored an average of 815 on the UKCAT and performed well on the BMAT. I currently offer sessions on GCSE and A level Biology and sessions relating to medical school admissions.
I am also an expert in OSCE's and other medical school exams, having recently sat my own med school finals. My own experience has taught me the best ways to get through med school exams, both theory and practical, and I'd be happy to take sessions for current med school students who'd like help in this area.
I've been told by my students that I'm an open and friendly person with the blend of patience and empathy to teach. Please get in touch to see how I can help you!
6+ years of tutoring experience for school exams and medical school admissions tests.
Currently teach medical students at the University of Bristol and nursing students at the University of the West of England
Our sessions will always be centered around you - we'll work at your pace to help you feel confident with your work and tackle any problems you're facing. We can work on your exam board's syllabus or specifically focus on any topic you need. My experience has taught me that exam technique is very important and so I like to cover this in addition to syllabus content.
I'm very familiar with medical school applications, having spent a lot of time on my own a few years ago. I can offer help with interview practice, medical personal statements, admissions tests and general advice.
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|University of Oxford||2018||Bachelors||2.1 Ba Honours in medical sciences|
|University of Oxford||2020||Bachelors||Medical degree (Bm BCh)|
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