My Passion & How I Inspire

I have always been a keen student since studying for the 11+ examination. My determination and hard work allowed me to achieve respectable GCSE and A-level grades. It was during my A-levels that I really began to appreciate a career in science/medicine. I absolutely love medicine and the opportunities the degree has offered me are incomparable. I have had the chance to get involved in frontline research, as well as working with some of the top clinicians in the world on placement in hospitals. By tutoring students who also have the same passion of science that I had, I hope to inspire them to achieve their goals/dreams, just like I was able to.

I love tutoring students because I understand the pressures/stresses from school myself, and I know how some concepts can seem so confusing. I hope to remove this confusion in a fun and relaxed learning environment, so that the students can feel they can ask me anything!

I always offer 24/7 support to my students- I don't want them to feel like they can only contact me for help during the lesson! I am truly passionate about helping others, and I will do whatever it takes to help the students I teach to achieve top grades.

My Experience

I have tutored a small group of 7-10 year olds in maths for 2 years. I have also tutored year 10 and year 11 maths GCSE students, as well as year 11 GCSE science students (triple science). I am currently in my 4th year of medical school and have sat on medicine panel interviews for my university, so I have a lot of insightful experience on how to be a successful medicine applicant.

Subjects That I Teach

  • Biology
  • Biology - GCSE
  • Biology - Interview Preparation
  • BMAT
  • BMAT - Interview Preparation
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry - GCSE
  • Chemistry - Interview Preparation
  • Maths
  • Maths - GCSE
  • Maths - Interview Preparation
  • Medicine
  • Medicine - GCSE
  • Medicine - Interview Preparation
  • Physics
  • Physics - GCSE
  • Physics - Interview Preparation

My Qualifications

I went to Chelmsford County High School for Girls for year 7-11, where I got 8 A*s, 3As for GCSE. I then moved to King Edward Grammar School for Boys for sixth form, where I got all A's for my 4 A level subjects (biology, chemistry, maths, geography). I am currently in my 4th year studying medicine at Barts and the London School for Medicine and Dentistry (based in central London), which is currently ranked 7th in the UK according to the Complete University Guide.