I am studying Environmental Science at the University of Nottingham. I am currently in my 4th year. Last year I undertook a year in industry working at an ecology consultancy; EMEC Ecology. My love for the outdoors and my natural surroundings combined with my strong interest in science and Geography is what attracted me to my course and work placement.
I have been a tutor now for a year, please read my reviews. I am a good communicator, patient and very willing to help. Due to a strong Geography influence in my course I am competent to teach this at A-level standard and GCSE.
I am currently a student ambassador at Nottingham University. This involves leading campus tours, answering questions about the university, visiting local schools/colleges and being a positive role model to young people. I have had a lot of experience teaching in schools, teaching English to children in Africa, working for a charity to support children with Downs Syndrome, coaching tennis and teaching elderly people how to use computers.
The sessions will be guided by you and we will work on improving your areas of weakness. This may be the understanding of the topic or question or how to actually answer the question.
I am a very visual learner so my sessions will include lots of pictures, diagrams and analogies to help with your understanding. This should also make the sessions a lot of fun. We will go at your chosen pace to build confidence in your knowledge and hopefully achieve those all-important exam grades!
Please get in contact if you have any questions, send me a 'WebMail' or book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'! Remember to tell me your exam board and what you're struggling with.
I look forward to hearing from you!
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Once the ecosystem has been destroyed, extinct species can't be replaced. There are lots of medicines from the plants, trees and animals in the rainforest (at least 1/3) and its unknown how many more chemicals may still be discovered. All species have the right to exist and maintaining the biodiversity is part of the sustainable way forward.see more