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I love to help students develop & become more confident in their chosen subject.

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Hi, I'm Lise

I have a dual background in science and humanities as I moved into science from the humanities, hence my offering tutoring in a variety of subject. French is also my mother tongue. I have experience of tutoring students at both GCSE and A levels. One of my biggest success last year was helping a student getting the grade she needed for her French A level to get into Oxford.

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University College London (UCL)

PhD in Neuroscience - N/A (2012 - 2017)

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University College London (UCL)

MRes in Bioscience : Neuroscience - Distinction (2010 - 2011)

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Open University

BSc(Hons) Life Sciences - First (2004 - 2009)

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Open University

BA(Hons) in Humanities - First (1997 - 2002)

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Study Skills πŸ“š
What is the best way to study ?
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On top of the excellent advice already given, I would suggest you try different approaches and find the one which works best for you. Mind maps may ...Learn more

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What are stem cells?
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Stem cells are non specialised cells, which as well as dividing to produce more cells as all other cells do, can differentiate in any other type of ...Learn more

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How did WW1 impact WW2?
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WW2 was very much a consequence of WW1, or more precisely of the Treaty of Versailles, signed on 28 June 1919. It was seen (and meant to be) a compl...Learn more

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How does a transgenic plant differ from a hybrid plant?
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They are two completely different things. Transgenic plants (or any transgenic organism, as the technology is used on animals too) would have receiv...Learn more

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Why are stem cells (from bone marrow) able to repair damaged heart tissue?
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Stem cells are unspecialised cells that can differentiate and be used to repair various tissues, including heart one. When used in medical intervent...Learn more