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Gallstones properly only refer to stones in the gallbladder itself or the bile duct but commonly refer to all stones made out of bile. The overwhelming majority of gallstones are found in the gallbladder or the common bile duct however very rarely they can be dislodged and end up in the neck of the pancreas (causing gallstone pancreatitis) or in the small intestine blocking it up (causing gallstone ileus) The Gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ located just under the liver and often stuck to its base
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Graduate from UCL. Really enjoy tutoring and helping others
Hi :) I'm Alisha. Ive been told that I am an individual who has a positive can do attitude and easy going. You can let me know if this is true ? I've been tutoring for almost 9 years now and absolutely enjoy it. Especially knowing that I'm helping students to build a strong foundation to set them up for the future. I have tutored students from KS1 upto A-levels, teaching Maths and Sciences (and English to younger students). Not only have I tutored students, I have had the amazing opportunity (and a challenging yet unique experience) to also home school a number of students in the past. Misc: I am a socially active person who enjoys trying out new activities or visiting new places. Next on the to do list is sky diving (ahhhh). I also try to be actively involved in raising funds for different charities. For example, I have helped organise charity events to raise funds for educational resources and schools in rural developing countries and orphans in need.
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at Institute of Education, UCL
With 12 years experience in teaching I know my subjects well. I have taught GCSE Science and A-level Biology with a variety of exam boards meaning I am confident in what I deliver. I have a middle management role in my school so I know all about the curriculum and how to best to deliver my subjects. When I am not teaching I love photography and walking. I often combine both taking my camera and capturing what I see.
Second year dental student, happy to help :)
Hi, my name is Abdur and I’m currently studying Dentistry at the University of Bristol. I’d describe myself as a kind and friendly person who loves to teach using evidence-based techniques. As a dental student, a lot of my time is spent learning but also teaching others as it reinforces the knowledge I’ve gained from lectures, seminars and clinical sessions. I’d describing my style of teaching as interactive and personal as everyone has their own way of grasping topics. What sets my teaching apart from others is that it integrates core topics and links the common themes which cements the information to a deeper level of understanding. This is something I’ve used in my own studies which has helped me to ranked in the top 10 for the end of Year 1 exams and over achieve over 70% in end of Year 2 exams. I have been tutoring and mentoring students since 2016. What I’ve learnt from this experience is that building confidence in students is one of the key components to boosting grades. I highlight strengths and weaknesses so we can reinforce the areas which require more attention. This is through evidence-based teaching called active recall. The purpose of this method is to stimulate the mind through questioning rather than passive learning. Passive learning is something many students are guilty of which often leads to average grades. Through active learning it highlights areas that requires more attention. Spaced repetition will help to prevent forgetting important information and enables long term storage of knowledge which is crucial for exams!
Many years of experience in: English, Maths, Biology Chemistry for GCSE/IGCSE pupils!
A pasionate teacher for both primary and secodary levels (including GCSE/IGCSE). I thrive in assisting students on the following subjects: -English / English Language -Maths -Biology -Chemistry Be sure to reach out if you require any help in your studies to success.
Biology tutor with 4 years of experience. Medical student with a BA in biochemistry
I am currently a 4th year medical student studying at the University of Cambridge. I have previously obtained a BA in biochemistry and have 4 years of tutoring experience. My style revolves around a dialogue with students to help them understand topics through first principles, not just to learn a topic through a textbook.