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Degree: Geophysics (Masters) - Imperial College London University
- Hi, my name's Lily and I'm a first year undergraduate studying Geophysics at Imperial College London. Geophysics involves the application of physical laws to the study of the earth through the knowledge of maths, physics, computer modelling and other natural sciences.
- I have already completed and achieved a first class mark in one year of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial and am transferring course to Geophysics where I have discovered my main interests lie.
- A project I undertook at Exeter University in the summer after my GCSEs studying the physics of graphene was selected for the finals of the Young Scientist of the Year Competition in 2014, where I presented my work at the Big Bang Fair and after more rounds of judging was selected for the final five. I spoke to hundreds of young people at the fair, talking to them about my project and enthusing them about the subject.
- I was awarded the prestigious Blue Tree Scholarship
- I already have experience tutoring physics and chemistry and I myself have had tutoring in mathematics, from which I picked up many techniques.
- I achieved 12 A*s at GCSE
- I enjoy long distance running, triathlon and surfing
- I am a keen photographer
- I play piano to Grade 8 standard
- I love to travel!
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