My teaching is based on exam success, the ultimate goal being to ace the exams in question. My experience and knowledge is based on performing these exams my self to a high standard. My focus is on actually understanding the material and how to apply this successfully to the exam system.
I am a 2nd year undergraduate at Imperial College London. Have tutored for 2 years now with great results and satisfaction. Studied Chemistry, Maths and Biology at A level (A*AA). So far I've taught 2 students for 2 consecutive years.
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First year Medical Biosciences with Management student at Imperial College, London; interested in investment in life sciences and a career combining scientific knowledge and analytical skills with business acumen. Main areas of interest: neuroscience, pharmacology, cancer biology and the data behind medical research. Completed laboratory research this year investigating how stress hormones affect the rate of metastasis of breast cancer. This project was fascinating and provided a steep learning curve to enact all the laboratory procedures carefully and accurately. Keen to build on experience this year and apply some of the knowledge gained in a workplace environment. Next year I have chosen to specialise in neuroscience with pharmacology, cancer biology and genetics. My laboratory module will entail using CRSPR, a novel gene editing tool, to test hypotheses in a team.
Key Strengths: confident communication and teamwork skills, determination, healthy competitiveness, sociable, friendly and approachable.
2017-to date: Imperial College, London, Bsc Medical Biosciences with Management
2012-2017: St Paul’s School, Hammersmith, London
A levels: A*AA (Chemistry, Maths and Biology respectively)
AS Levels: AAA Biology, Chemistry and Maths, (also studied Cambridge Pre-U History during the year)
GCSEs: 11 in total: 10A*s in English Literature, English Language, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography History, French, Italian: A in Design and Technology.
Work & Other Experience/ Volunteering:
Biology Journal Club St Paul’s School 2016-2017: helped to establish and run the School Biology Journal Club. This society allowed interested biologists to research new paper each week and present our findings to the rest of the group. Presented papers on CRSPR, Zika virus and many others.
St John’s Ambulance 2015-2017: trained and volunteered as a paramedic with St John’s Ambulance at sports events and concerts. Improved my teamwork and communication skills; tested my resolve under pressure.
Moorfields Eye Hospital, July 2016: shadowed an ophthalmic surgeon; provided insight into the everyday life and work of a surgeon and an academic study, my first experience of academic research; I was fascinated by the work being undertaken, on progressive cone dystrophy; keen to learn more about genetic conditions and research techniques.
University College Hospital Maternity Ward April 2016: shadowed doctors on the UCH maternity ward.
Languages: English, conversational French (and Italian to a lesser extent).
Other Interests: all sports but particularly football, rugby, skiing and tennis.
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