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Resourceful tutor and undergraduate at University of Surrey.
I am passionate about teaching young people and helping them excel. I also have experience in helping students apply for university and jobs. I’ll read over CVs, cover letters and personal statements.View Profile
Will to Learn and Strive to Grow
I have always been a tech geek and wanted to take up Computer Science after 12th. But, I took a liking to Biology in 10th and decided to change schools, dropping Mathematics as a subject. I slogged my behind off for 2 years to try to get into MBBS, didn't get through. Now that I had given up maths, Computer Science wasn't a choice anymore. I realized I wasn't actually interested in MBBS, it just seemed like the obvious choice for Biology aspirants. I was stuck between the rock and a hard place. So, I decided to pivot my career into applied sciences. Because I had recognized Biology was my curiosity and not my passion. Picking Forensic Science for my Undergraduate Degree. Here, I understood that I had a knack for problem-solving, but not math-related. The tech geek in me steered into the field of Digital Forensics, learning a thing or two. Then I stumbled onto the. very niche, field of intelligence. Taught myself OSINT & HUMINT to build the skill set of an analyst, and networked with ex-Military Intelligence Analysts. Parallel to this, seeing how I struggled with my career choices, I started an initiative called Conquering Mindset where I am building a healthy environment for youngsters to support each other and discuss these topics. With a modest amount of followers, around 500 collectively, the community is slowly growing. I conduct seminars on Personal Development, Career Choices, and Digital Safety every alternate Sunday. Informing and helping the audience improve themselves and spreading awareness. Safe to say that I don't regret pivoting my career. 🙌View Profile
Dedicated tutor and who is ready to teach!
My name is Tilly, I have done lots of tutoring, mainly at GCSE level, but am very happy to help students of all ages with any school support and things they are struggling with. I tutor up to GCSE level (Maths, English, Science, RS, Geography, French, Spanish) and up to A level for French and Spanish. I speak English, French and Spanish fluently, as well as a bit of Italian and German. I am currently living in London, and am happy to travel to suit my students’ needs. I am working as a teaching assistant at Francis Holland School, so am used to working with and teaching children. I have always had very good reviews for my tutoring, and appreciate any feedback. I aim for a very open and relaxed approach to my tutoring so as to make my tutees feel comfortable about asking me any questions. I have had coronavirus, so no need to worry about that!View Profile
Accomplished tutor and who is ready to teach!
Biology Tutor | Proof reading services | University Advice | Available Online
I am a Queen Mary University graduate. Originally from Greece, I moved to London in 2016 to begin my undergraduate studies. I obtained my BSc with Honours in genetics in 2019 and am now starting an MSc in applied neuroscience at King’s College. I offer biology tutoring for undergraduate students - genetics - neuroscience - psychopathology - evolution - ecology Additional services: Academic writing - Planning and structuring your essay/dissertation. - Effectively reading and critically appraising scientific papers - Proof reading services. Applying for university - Picking a course and institution. - Planning and structuring your personal statement - Proof reading services.View Profile
Hard-working tutor and who is ready to teach!
I like to teach primary school kids the most but I do also do higher education, I went to UCAS for a few years and finished the course, I am now a school primary school teacher and a nanny. I am also the parent of two wonderful kids, Chelsie age 4 and Callum age 7View Profile
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
I thrive in communicating with students, able to build connections and share knowledge easily. I pride myself in being able to connect with younger students and have the ability to get along with anyone. This makes it easier for your son/daughter to learn.View Profile
I am here to help you learn and understand things better.
I am a hard worker, who works for all my grades so I know a lot about study skills and what it is like to struggle. I want you to feel comfortable and safe whilst me helping you and never want it to feel awkward.View Profile
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
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