Currently unavailable: until 16/12/2015
Degree: Psychology (Graduate) (Bachelors) - Liverpool University
Hi I'm Megan. I'm a Psychology graduate from the University of Liverpool starting a masters in Global Health in September. I have extensive knowledge of psychology and experience, as I have worked as an assistant researcher under a Psychologist for the past 2 years. I have also studied abroad in Italy at the University of Padova, where I undertook psychology modules at masters degree level. I have achieved firsts and high 2.1s across my modules throughout my degree.
I am passionate about tutoring as I am keen to pass on the skills and knowledge I have acquired during my degree. I have also worked in schools before mentoring small groups. Tutorial sessions will be adapted to suit you and your abilities, and I will accommodate sessions to suit any learning styles. I have also taken a module in my degree on techniques that are best for memory and understanding!
I have completed an Access course in Psychology, Sociology and English Literature, achieving distinctions across all modules. I feel confident in my ability to tutor these subjects, as I also achieved two A's in English at GCSE level.
I am a motivated student passionate about psychology and humanities subjects, and I am determined to ensure tutees achieve their best and feel confident with the subjects they are taking.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to leave me a message. Looking forward to meeting you!
|Psychology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|English Literature||GCSE||£18 /hr|
Ecological validty in an experimental condition is how applicable the study is to real life. For example, an experiment conducted in a laboratory has low ecological validity, as this type of setting does not reflect real life or how a person acts in a situation outside of the laboratory. A field study reflects high ecological validity, as these are conducted in more real life settings, however bring about their own issues and problems.see more