I like to tailor my tuition to the learning style of my students and I am naturally adaptive to their learning needs.
I am passionate about helping students thoroughly understand course material in an enjoyable way rather than rote learn facts. This sense of systematic and logical learning ensures students stay interested in their subjects and fosters enthusiasm in learning.
I have over 50 hours of tutoring experience in wide array of subjects. I have experience teaching students from primary school age up to second year undergraduate level. I specialise in teaching Spanish, Turkish and science up to and including key stage 3 level.
I have tutored and mentored over 60 students in the medical school applications process, from helping with personal statements to coaching for interviews. I also extensively taught anatomy to first and second year medical students and tutored young pupils in surgical skills at the Royal College of Surgeons.
I am currently a medical student at University College London
Bachelor of Science in Medical Sciences with Surgical Sciences from University College London
A Levels: AAAA in Spanish, Biology, Chemistry and Physics
GCSE: 6 A’s and 5 A*’s
Gibson’s Prize for Best Oral Presentation at the Society of Academic & Research in Surgery Meeting
Certificate of Merit at medical school
Mary Schofield Scholarship & Vernon Chinnery-Haldane Scholarship
UCL Undergraduate Bursary Award
Jack Petchey Award of Outstanding Achievement
President of UCL Anatomy Society
“Your tips and advice on the medical school applications process has been indispensable, thank you Buket!”
“Thank you for teaching the youngsters at our school, you delivered engaging and fun lessons for the pupils”
I love to travel and experience different cultures and cuisines – I recently backpacked through Southeast Asia and did a road trip in the United States!