I'm a current medical student at Imperial College London. Having just finished my 4th year, I have had the pleasure of teaching my peers and younger years at University which motivated me to start helping those wishing to do well in their exams (GCSE's, SAT's) in order for them to pursue and fulfil whatever hopes and dreams they may have. During my pre-clinical years at University, I have achieved distinctions (awarded to those in the top 20% of the year group). I have also been awarded a first class degree in Cardiovascular Sciences at Imperial College London.
-Achieved the highest grades achievable at A-level (three A*'s in Biology, Maths and Chemistry, A in AS-level Physics).
-Achieved 7A*'s and 4 A's at GCSE, with all sciences and maths subjects achieved A*.
On top of my studies, I have been on the committee of the badminton and surgical societies. In these roles, I've had the opportunity to be captain of the badminton team, as well as work in a team to run workshops for the surgical society.
Within academia, I have given lectures to younger students at my University, as well as volunteering myself as a tutor for the next academic year. I also give talks and presentations to students who are passionate about studying medicine at University. At University, I attended a teaching skills training event day at my University which gave me the opportunity to practice teaching my peers, as well as learning the most efficient and successful ways to teach others.
At University, I'm committed to helping my peers in younger years to achieve their potential. I have been a Medical Education tutor and mock examination examiner to younger years. Through this I have taught younger medical students how to take a history, examine and offer diagnoses, as well as give them feedback on how to improve these aspects.
I have been in the shoes of those studying for their school/college exams not so long ago, so I will know what the examinations are like and how to prepare best for them.
Contributed work to a website named: www.simpleosce.com which is dedicated to support medical students through their clinical studies at University by giving guides on how to ace examined medical stations.
Experience coaching badminton at my local club to a range of ages.
-Volunteered at the Tim Lamb Centre which is a safe place for children with disabilities and special needs. Here I engaged and socialised with the children, organising activities and games throughout the day. This improved my ability to organise and socialise with a variety of different children.
I believe that you can achieve whatever you put your mind to, therefore initially I will seek to learn the student's goals and needs for their particular subject.
Since beginning University, I have learnt a lot about myself and the way I revise best. I have been exposed to many different styles of revising and believe that I can provide new and efficient ways of revising certain topics. I will put in the hard work to ensure everything is organised, concise and allow smart goals to be set and reached.
The best environment to revise is one in a relaxed atmosphere, which I hope to produce through my patient manner. Sometimes the classroom environment can be busy, distracting and at a faster pace for your mind to cope with. In a one to one setting, the student can become more infused and focused with the work, with the advantage of being able to ask questions immediately if there is anything they're unsure about.
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|St Thomas More RC Sixth Form College||2014||College||A-levels: Chemistry (A*), Maths (A*)|
|St Thomas More RC Academy||2012||School||GCSE's: 7 A*'s, 4 A's|
|Imperial College London||2018||Bachelors||Cardiovascular Sciences|
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