Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: Zoology (Bachelors) - Manchester University
I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Manchester studying Zoology, which so far I love! I have a real passion for scienceÂ and hope to be able to share that with you during my tutorials.Â
I am enthusiastic and understanding and will try my best to make the sessions interesting and enjoyable.Â
I am currently studying part-time to allow me to swim professionally for the Paralympic GB Team. The training and travelling has meantÂ I have takenÂ some of my modulesÂ through online videos so I understand what it's like to be on the other end of the tutorial and have insight in to how to make it interesting and engaging.
The sessions will be very flexible in terms of what is covered and is determined solely on what the student wants. We can work on a particular topic until it is fully understood and you are confident in your ability.
Everyone is different and certain learning styles work better for some people whether it is visual aids or working through exam questions we can work through whateverÂ works best for you!Â
I am also available to help with university applications and personal statements. I have experience helping others with this as well as writing one myself and can offer a lot of useful advice and hopefully make the process less daunting.
Get in Touch:
If you are interested send me a WebMail or book a Meet-the-Tutor session and we can go from there!
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