I believe in using an individualistic way of teaching my students. As every student is different, I like to work with their preferred ways of learning and tailor my teaching to their specific needs, strengths, and weaknesses. I integrate my teaching with progress checks in the form of small progress tests and homework assignments, to ensure that they are getting the most out of my teaching and to identify any other areas with which I can help. I also like to ensure total understanding of the subject, rather than mere memorisation techniques.
I have a wealth of experience in teaching, having taught preclinical and clinical medicine across all fields of medicine to medical students for four years, and helping A-Level students with applications to medical school for five years. I have also taught GCSE sciences and English for four years, and primary school core subjects (English, Maths, Science) for three years.
I studied at Gunnersbury Catholic School, where I studied Biology, Chemistry and Maths, and achieved AAA. I also won two academic awards for my performance in Biology and Chemistry.
I once bumped into the Japanese CEO of Subway while strolling around Kyoto, and proceeded to go with him to his favourite rooftop bar for drinks!