Hi, I'm Anisha and I study Medicine at the University of Glasgow.
In my free time I enjoy volunteering at my local care home and Oxfam. I have always enjoyed sports, especially football.
Throughout GCSE's and A Level's I developed a passion for the sciences, with Human Biology becoming my favourite.
I have previously tutored a students of different abilities in GCSE science. This experience allowed the students to enjoy science and recognise their abilities in the subject.
I believe my experience in academics and Medical school applications can be useful for individuals looking for help in these areas.
During my sessions we will...
Firstly you will let me know what you need and we will work from there. I hope to make my sessions as engaging as possible through communication, diagrams and Q&A's.
With science understanding the concepts is very important and I will help you with this before we move onto anything harder or any questions.
Medical school applications
Applying for medical school is a stressful process for all students who apply. I understand that it can be a huge pressure, especially whilst you are trying to focus on your A Levels. Now that I am in Medical school I look to help you in your journey, whether it is help with your UCAS application or just advice.
Let me know if you would like my help in the science or with your medical school application. You can do this through email or a meet-the-tutor session.
Please could you include the area you would like help with in your email.
I look forward to hearing from you soon!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Human Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Human Biology||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
The main difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration is that anaerobic does not require oxygen in order to provide energy whereas aerobic needs oxygen to supply the body with ATP energy. However, the absence of oxygen in anaerobic respiration causes the process to produce a smaller net ATP compared to aerobic respiration.
The processes involved in aerobic respiration include: glycolysis, krebs cycle and oxidative phosphorylation. Anaerobic respiration only involves glycolysis.see more