My name is Shaz and I'm a Graduate Entry Medical student. I am studying to be a doctor and am wishing to choose endocrinology for my specialisation.
I have taught a range of age groups from KS2 up to University level. Teaching demanding subjects such as Maths, Biology and Chemistry has allowed me to teach the essential skills necessary to gain marks and most importantly the content knowledge to receive the higher grades.
Working with exam officers in OCR and Edexcel has given me a very detailed understanding of their mindset and exactly what their specific requirements are for GCSE and A-Levels. These skills are transferable and have allowed me to teach to other exam boards such as, AQA, WJEC and IGCSE.
Many of my students have easily met and also exceeding their set targets, achieving their goals in studying respected courses such as Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy, Mechanical engineering and Law at prestigious Universities such as St Georges, Bristol, Aberdeen, Swansea, Kings College London, Imperial College London and many more.
As I have been tutoring extensively, I have a range of clients that can give a reference for my teaching. I also have an enhanced DBS check.
I am also available to tutor students with learning difficulties, such as Dyslexia and Autism
I am very enthusiastic and determined individual. I believe its very important to understand each student for their individuality, then adjust to each student separately.
My strength is being able to interact with students on a more casual level, because I've recently been in their positions. I understand the uneasy mindset and can quickly adjust misconceptions effectively. I'm very good at simplifying difficult tasks and showing students new ways of understanding their work. Task linking and the zoom approach are personal techniques developed by myself, which aim to create logical steps helping with memory recall. These are essential to cope with the high pressures of exams, especially in a STEM degree requirement.
|Languages||English (British), Hindi, Urdu|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Sussex||2016||Bachelors||Biomedical Science|
|Imperial College London||2018||Masters||Preventive Cardiology|
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