Six years tutoring experience
Campus ambassador at the University of Oxford
Undergraduate medical admissions student coordinator at Magdalen College, Oxford (2013)
100% success rate in Medical School entrance
“Naeem has the ability to explain concepts very clearly and easily which made me realize that studying isn’t as stressful as I initially thought. He is also very responsible with his work. His organization helped me to stay up-to-date with my studies.”
‘‘I felt very comfortable with Naeem teaching my son science; he takes the time to constantly relay feedback to us, as parents, which is wonderful! His politeness is truly astounding, and his patient manner with our son really helped develop his rather low self-confidence. I cannot recommend him enough. He is truly a doctor in the making’’
Subjects I teach
Medical School Entrance
UCAS and Personal Statements
Biology & Chemistry – from primary school up to A-Level
Currently – University of Oxford (Magdalen College), Medicine
2015 – Awarded Merit from Oxford Medical School for outstanding performance in year 4 examinations
2014 – University of Oxford (Magdalen College), BA: Medical Sciences
2013 – Awarded Exhibition Scholarship from Magdalen College, Oxford for outstanding academic performance in Year 2
2012 – Awarded Exhibition Scholarship from Magdalen College, Oxford for outstanding academic performance in Year 1
2011 – A levels: Mathematics (A*), Chemistry (A*), Biology (A*), English (A*), Further Mathematics (A), Urdu (A)
2010 – Appointed Head Boy at the Royal Grammar School and was awarded membership at the Leander Club
2009 – GCSE: 12 A*s – The Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe
2009 – Invited to national squad training camps, and ranked in top 5 scullers in Great Britain
My Passion And How I Inspire
I am a graduate of the University of Oxford, and am currently studying to become a doctor. I have tutored for many years and have a 100% success rate with Medical School entrance mentoring. I particularly enjoy working with young people and aiding them in their journey through school. My personal philosophy to tutoring is based on the observation that tutors are only with pupils for a limited amount of time per week. As such, I believe that no matter how great the tutor is, the success of the pupil is dependent on his or her willingness to work outside of timetabled lessons. In order to encourage independent study, I work very hard to instill in my pupils a passion for learning. The main method I use to achieve this is to relate text-book material to real-life scenarios as often as possible. I come across many students who are hugely talented, but due to a lack of interest in their studies, are unable to capitalise on their genetic potential. It is these students that benefit most from an inspirational and enthusiastic tutor. Once pupils become enthused with learning, they are truly unstoppable, and it is this enthusiasm that I aim to cultivate in all of my tutees.
Of utmost importance to me however is the creation of a safe environment where tutees can express themselves, and where mistakes are not seen as things to be afraid of, but opportunities to learn from. I look forward to working with yourselves to design a syllabus that best suits the individual needs of your child.
My video Introduction
When I’m not tutoring or studying, I’m running up and down the river bank as a volunteer rowing coach!