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Enthusiastic tutor by day and UCL medic by night!
Experienced Maths, Science and Medical Application tutor. I have always enjoyed teaching and have years of experience tutoring. I think studying should be fun! Having said that, I hated school growing up. I was always in the bottom set, and had little motivation to improve. But through some great teachers and online tutors in year 11, I turned things around. I went from low predicted grades to smashing my GCSEs, getting 3A* and an A (Maths, Bio, Chem and Spanish) at A-Level and 4 medical school offers!!! Now I want to help others enjoy learning, as I believe that’s the key to success. Whether you just want to pass, improve slightly or massively, I hope I can help!! Thanks, BenView Profile
First Year Med Student at Notts | many years experience as a Tutor :)
First Year Med Student. Here to help! Tutoring is one of my passions and I truly believe that with the right mentor a student's academic ability can improve immensely. Being a student myself, I think I have been able to grasp on what can make certain subjects daunting for kids, and I hope I can use my experiences to be beneficial to everyone. My style of tutoring will also include teaching the students about time management, key revision skills and exam techniques along with the core content of the subject. As I believe that to achieve your maximum potential in academics it is 60% knowledge, 25% exam/revision techniques and 15% time management. I am a first year medical student currently studying at the University of Nottingham and thus my schedule is quite tight. BUT I will always try to be in everyone's best interest. :)View Profile
Enthusiastic tutor in chemistry and maths
I have graduated from high school in the UK and am currently studying Medicine at UCL. I am very interested in science subjects, and have taken them in A levels, receiving 3A*s. I would therefore like to share my ways of studying as well as exam techniques. I am a curious and enthusiastic individual who is particularly interested in Chemistry. I have been involved in Chemical Analytical Challenges and Symposiums. At school, I have also given biology presentations, including topics of epilepsy and effects of chocolate on the brain. I enjoy learning about the human system as it allows me to understand fully on how our body responds to different situations. I also had the experience of teaching Mathematics, alongside sciences. I have achieved A* within a year in A level maths, with UMS 581/600. I relish the logical thinking in Maths and have tutored several students, giving them advice on how to approach a question when prompted. From past experiences, I adopted a wide range of teaching styles, ranging from interactive whiteboards during online tutoring, to providing quizzes and exercises during face-to-face tutoring. I believe that this interaction will enhance visual learning and enable students to retain knowledge and be more interested in the subject. I am a native Chinese speaker and have taken Chinese GCSE and AS level. In my free time, I am an avid violinist and was the leader of Symphony Orchestra. I have taken music as one of my GCSEs before and I particularly enjoyed the classical pieces studied during the course. I hope to connect with more people and influence students with my passion for the subjects through teaching. Please contact me if interested. Thank you very much.View Profile
I'm a curious and ambitious medical student and teacher!
Hi everyone, My name is Carola and I am originally from Italy. Travelling has always been a passion, and after an exchange programme in Vancouver (Canada) I decided to move to London. I recently graduates with a 1st in Biomedical Science from QMUL and I will start Medicine at Barts this September. I have been tutouring all levels (from elementary school to adult learner) in a variety of subjects. I am an ambitious and curious student, so be sure that if I don't know how to answer one of your questions, I will make sure to do some reseacher and let you know as soon as possible!View Profile
Medical Doctor (MBBS), Biomedical Science (1st class honours), Pharmacy assistant (NPA qualification), previous tutoring experience (The Study Spot, Deen Tutors, private one-to one-tutoring), previous medical school interviewer, A levels (Maths, Biology, Chemistry), AS level (Electronics), GCSEs (11 total with mostly A* and A’s). Overall, my strong suits are in the STEM field, Maths, English and Science. I would be happy to help with medical school content (OSCE practice, medicine, surgery, specialties, prescribing exam), but I am also happy to take on suggestions and be flexible with what is taught. I am also happy to help those preparing to apply to medical school (interviews, personal statements, transfer programme at St Georges Medical School, applying as a graduate) or to the NHS foundation program (SJT). Really enjoy teaching! If I didn’t take the medical route I probably would have become a teacher. Currently charging £25/ph for lessons, but won’t be like this for long!View Profile
Resourceful tutor in physical, applied and social sciences at Imperial College.
I am very friendly but results-oriented. I take keen interest in my students progress and development.View Profile
Resourceful tutor and who is ready to teach!
For me, teaching and tutoring are not only rewarding, but are fulfilling and provide a sense of achievement as I have the wonderful opportunity of guiding and getting to know children and teenagers, enhancing their strengths and addressing their weaknesses; all the while helping them to achieve their true potential.View Profile
Experienced tutor of 4 years who studied Medicine at UCL
I am a Medical student at UCL and have successfully tutored in IB,GCSE Maths, Science and English, as well as for the 11+. Furthermore, I taught on a weekly basis, for a year, at a local primary school. I have been tutoring for the past 4 years. In the past I have also taught a course on Medicine for Oxford Summer Camps. Further to this I have worked with a lot of students on behalf of companies such as Uniadmissions and Investin to help prospective medical students learn more about writing personal statements, doing interviews and getting into medical school. My academic record is excellent (I achieved 10 A*s at GCSE and 42/45 in the IB). I always adapt my teaching style to best fit my students and have the commitment, passion and hard work to help them achieve their own personal aspirations. I have an enhanced DBS checked.View Profile
Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University College London (UCL)
Hi! I'm currently a medical student at University College London, but having done my GCSEs and A-Levels to a high standard, I realised I could pass my knowledge of the key skills needed to get As and A*s onto other students! I have experience tutoring for a year and I provide lesson plans tailored to each student. With my teaching style revolving around exam-focused objectives, I ensure students have all the essential information to get the highest grades!View Profile
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
I am enthusiastic about teaching. As an avid learner myself I have a Bsc Honours in Medical Biochemistry and am currently a full time medical student. Great teachers have been essential in my learning, through my work as a programme leader and pastoral care lead in initiatives like NCS I have gained invaluable experience. I believe this had made me well rounded person and an excellent tutor.View Profile