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Hi! I'm a 3rd year medical student at Cambridge, and can show you how I got here
Hi there! I'm Anthony and I'm a 3rd year medical student at the University of Cambridge. I am happy to help you in maths, further maths, biology, chemistry and physics up to A level, with first hand experience in the linear qualifications. I also have a few strategies in place to help you get those top marks, having gained straight A*s across all my subjects at both GCSE and A level. Whether it is getting to grips with the core concepts or improving exam technique to get those tricky marks, I can help you achieve the grade that you want to. If you are looking to stretch yourself further, I participated in all the maths and science olympiad competitions in secondary school, and represented the UK in the International Chemistry Olympiad, so am happy to go through olympiad material to help you stand out from the crowd. In addition, I know just how stressful it can be when applying to medical school, and can help you with preparation for the UKCAT/BMAT entrance exams and with writing that all important personal statement. I also have a wealth of resources to help you with interview practice, be it for panel, MMI or Oxbridge-style interviews. In addition to Cambridge, I received offers from UCL, Imperial and Queen Mary's, so if you are thinking of those universities especially, feel free to ask me about my own personal experience. If you have any more questions, please get in touch :)
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at Queen Mary university of London
I`m a fourth year medical student at Barts and the London, currently intercalating in pharmacology. I would love to help with GCSE biology, chemistry and maths and A-level biology and chemistry. I achieved As in these subjects at A-level and A* at GCSE so this puts me in a good position to aid with exam technique but I am also able to give students an insight into studying and researching science in the real world. I have successfully tutored students in a tutoring centre setting using a one to one approach as every student is unique and has different needs to achieve their goals. As each student is different, it requires slightly different approaches. The first lesson, which can be offered as a trial, is all about making an individual plan to concentrate on the areas that need work and make sure any gaps in subject knowledge are filled. During the sessions, I make sure the student is always engaged with questions and activities. I often use mnemonics and comparisons (often silly!) to help make the lesson content long term memory. I set homework after each lesson, which we go over at the beginning of the next lesson so topics are constantly being revisited, as repetition is often the best way to learn! I am also more than happy to help with medical school applications and other personal statements. I have experience of sitting on medical school interview panels so I have a good insight into what they are looking for and what makes a good candidate. I look forward to helping you reach your potential!
I’m a final year medical student at University passional about teaching!
A final year Medical student at Imperial College London (2014-2020), with an additional BSc degree in Medical Management (2018). My lifelong dream of studying Medicine became a reality the moment I joined one of the most prestigious and competitive universities in the world. This was after years of building extensive knowledge and expertise in multiple areas of study, especially Maths and Science. I have multiple interests and passions, one of which is teaching and passing on my years of knowledge to younger students! I absolutely relish in the field of teaching and communication, and thoroughly enjoy creating classes and content to help younger students in a similar position to where I was a few years ago. I attained 8A*s 4As for GCSE and A*AAA for AS/Alevel and so I have first-hand experience of the Education system in the UK and how to succeed in it. My teaching experience started at University where I conducted multiple teaching sessions through various student academic societies at the University, including Medical Education Society. I have also been an OSCE and PACES tutor to younger medical students for two years. I also participated as a volunteer for multiple medical education events at the university organised by student academic societies i.e. Mock examinations, revision days. I have over 4 years of experience in teaching University medical students. I very much enjoy teaching, and relish the opportunity to pass on knowledge to my peers to facilitate learning on a more personal level. My approach is firstly to establish an excellent level of communication and rapport between the student and myself in order to determine what teaching style best suits the student. I take a holistic approach that ensures the student's individual and unique requirements are met, whilst also creating an atmosphere of openness and clarity so that the student is comfortable to share what they want to achieve from the lessons. The lessons will be guided by the student's needs and wants, with clear learning objectives and outcomes set out for each class.
2nd Year Medical Student with years of tutoring experience teaching STEM subjects.
Having taught as a tutor for several years, I have the confidence and ability to help you in unlocking your full potential, to achieve the goals you have set for yourself. I aim to provide a stellar service by doing as follows; -I will provide fortnightly knowledge tests to check your understanding and track your progress over time. -I will provide numerous resources including textbooks, exam papers and question banks. -I will aid in coursework preparation to aid you in achieving the highest grade possible. The typical lesson structure is as follows; -Previous topic recap and Knowledge Check. -Learn/Review preferred topic for the Session; This includes techniques and exam tips on how best to approach exam style questions. -Check learning by completing several different question types. -Setting homework for the following session to maintain knowledge. This lesson plan can be adapted to fit your preferred style of learning, this can be decided during the introductory session. Please feel free to contact me for more information.