Hi, my name is Sarah and I am a Second Year student, studying Biology at the University of York.
Why I want to tutor - I really enjoyed studying Biology for GCSE and ALevel, especially due to great teachers I had during this time. I hope to pass on my enthusiasm and knowledge, with revision techniques and methods I was taught to help Biology students achieve really great grades.
How I plan to tutor- I will always have a plan of the tutorial session, and try and include quizzes and any interesting videos on the topic. I will do my best to answer all the questions and explain as best as I can.
Experience I've had- During my time in 6th form I helped out in a younger years science class, helping with experiments and any questions.
I have also worked at a Canadian Summer Camp for 7 weeks during the summer, being a mentor for teenagers.
Thank you for your time and I hope to hear from you soon!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
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