In addition to tutoring GCSE and AS-level Maths, Biology and Chemistry for one and a half years, I also enjoy my role as a tutor in the peer-assisted learning scheme at university. This involves helping students in areas they find difficult, across a variety of fields in Biomedical Science and Medicine (such as Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Physiology, Anatomy etc) at undergraduate degree level.
Subjects I teach
Maths to GCSE level
English to 13+ level
Biology to A-level
Chemistry to AS-level
Personal Statement (especially for Medicine/Science related degrees)
Interview Preparation – Panel/MMIs for Medicine
– Biomedical Science Prize for the Best Laboratory Research Project in my degree (my research focused on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine)
– Academic scholarship (30%) to Dauntsey’s School
Postgraduate degree (King’s College London):
– Medicine MBBS – In progress
Undergraduate degree (King’s College London):
– Biomedical Science BSc. – First Class Honours
A levels (Sir Thomas Rich’s Grammar School):
– AAA in Maths, Biology and Chemistry
My Passion And How I Inspire
Having gone through the UK education system myself (and still going at university!), I really do understand the challenges that students face. It’s plain sailing when you understand everything you’re learning, but sometimes a few topics can be tricky to wrap your head around. You know as well as I do, nothing quite compares to finding that “Eureka” moment!
Every student has a different way of learning – with this in mind, I adapt my teaching style to what works for you. As well as working on any areas that you find challenging, I also place a large emphasis on exam technique and past paper questions to really help you perform at your best on exam day. After all, practice makes perfect!
Everyone gets stuck – even Einstein did! Using my knowledge to help others improve and gain confidence in their ability is extremely rewarding for me – when you feel inspired, I do. It would be my pleasure to help you work towards your academic goals and achieve your full potential.
I used to go to the same Sainsbury’s as Eddie Redmayne, and have had dinner with Henry Golding!