My teaching methodology revolves around determining where a student is struggling and focussing on these problems. I also think it is important to learn about how a student learns best. I also like to apply evidence-based learning techniques to my study regimen. Depending on how much a student is willing to put into a subject these techniques might include spaced repetition learning, active recall, question writing and teaching a student to teach (the ultimate learning technique).
I am a postgraduate medical student at the ANU. I have a first-class honours degree in molecular pharmacology, and I also majored in biochemistry. I have earned 9 scholarships over my undergraduate degree for academic achievement and would love to share the knowledge that I have accumulated. Additionally, I had to sit the GAMSAT (top 5% of my sitting) and the medical interview process and would be happy to help anyone trying to overcome these significant barriers to entry into medical school.
I would like to be reimbursed for my travel time.
- As well as being a university student, I have undertaking work as a research assistant in developmental heart biology. This project involved a technique known as "reprogramming" human-induced pluripotent stem cells. Note that these are "ethical" stem cells and were derived from the skin cells of people with heart disease.
- I will also be involved in research at the ANU.
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