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High-achievers, what are your study habits/tips?
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Hello. Im just checking if this actually worlds lol
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Final year Med student with experience in teaching. Speaks four languages!
Now studying medicine! Has taught as a private tutor and a secondary school teacher. Feel free to ask about university life/ life studying medicine during lessons. I am also an animal lover. GCSE score: 8A* 1A
Im passionate about teaching Science and Maths!
I have 6 years of experience working as a tutor. I provide one-to-one and group tuitions on a range of subjects.
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!
Friendly, supportive and dynamic, experienced tutor, ready to support you!
Teaching is my passion. For the last ten years I have been a university teacher, and have experience in tutoring science subjects at all levels. My background is in Biochemistry, but have experience in teaching chemistry, biology and physics at all levels. I strongly believe in the individual. I am kind, approachable and patient and focus on building the trust and confidence which will allow the students to flourish.
Currently doing my third degree in economics
I am an experienced tutor with over 10 years of experience. I’ve been tutoring children from KS1 up to A-Levels as well as University students, for north of 10 years; I tutor English, Maths and Science. I, myself, have a degree in Medical Genetics, a PGCE in secondary science from the University of Leeds and am currently doing my third degree in Economics. I’ve had the pleasure of working with students who weren’t doing so well when we met, but who achieved amazing grades with their hard work and my dedication to them and I’ve had some great results from my students in their SAT exams, GCSEs and A-Levels. I have an open door policy, figuratively speaking - I’m available to my students or their parents, on my mobile, whenever they need or have any queries. I expect homework to be completed weekly and full concentration in class. I’m flexible, firm but fair with my students and always keep parents in the loop with regards to weekly progress. Just a note: I’ve set my hourly wage here at £33 but prices really do depend on the age range I am teaching. So please do ask about pricing for your particular child!