I have helped students at both undergraduate and A-Level stages get to grips with complex concepts that they have found challenging. At university level, I have one-to-one tutoring experience in Sociology and Anthropology with students at prominent London universities, and I have led small group tutorials for medical undergraduates in Human Physiology and Anatomy.
As a graduate of both Cambridge and a London medical school, I have helped students get places on highly competitive Oxbridge courses by reviewing their applications and preparing them for interview.
Subjects I teach
I’m happy to help students at any level develop their essay skills, and work on organisation and revision plans.
Specific subjects I teach:
Undergraduate Level: Pre-Clinical Medicine, Politics, Anthropology, Sociology
A-Level: Biology, Chemistry, English, Politics, Anthropology, Sociology
GCSE: Sciences, Maths, English
Oxbridge/Medicine University Entry
I got a double starred first from the University of Cambridge in Human, Social, and Political Sciences. I was awarded a number of commendations, including two prestigious Pollard Memorial Prizes, for achieving the best mark in my year.
I am currently a clinical medical student at UCL, where I am involved in medical education, research and leadership.
My Passion And How I Inspire
Ideas can be difficult – and everyone takes time to get comfortable with them. My approach is always to be student-led; identifying those tricky concepts, and finding new and personalised ways to approach them, as well as building the confidence to use this knowledge independently.
I’m also a professional singer – a tenor. You can spot me on the back row of churches around London.