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Brandon Turner

Tutor, Medical Student, Biomedical Science BSc

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Hi, I'm Brandon! I'm a London-based, northern-born medical student with a first-class degree in Biomedical Science. == Educational Background == I started high school in 2007 and achieved 10 A/A* at GCSE. I went on to study Biology, Chemistry, and Computing achieving A*A*A* with an average of 95% in my second-year exams. In 2014, I moved to London to study Biomedical Science at King’s College London where I graduated with a first class honours degree. During my time at King’s, I participated in a number of research projects in the fields of hepatology, immunology, and clinical medicine. In my second year at King’s I successfully applied for entry to Medicine at UCL, a university ranked 7th in the world, where I am currently a medical student. == Tutoring == Given that I'm a tutor it's perhaps unsurprising that I will work with you to improve your understanding of science, help you ...Learn more

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University College London (UCL)

Medicine (MBBS) (2017 - now)

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King's College London

Biomedical Science (BSc) - 1st (2014 - 2017)

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Winstanley College

A-Levels - A*A*A* (Biology, Chemistry, Computing) (2012 - 2014)

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Asked by Iman

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Why do plants tend to have polysaturated fats while animals have polyunsaturated??
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Brandon Turner

Tutor, Medical Student, Biomedical Science BSc

Fats are generally used to store energy, so organisms try to maximise how much fat they can store. Saturated fats are straight (as they contain no...Learn more