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Degree: Cancer Studies (Masters) - Newcastle University
I am a masters student at Newcastle University, studying cancer research. I recently graduated from Newcastle with a First with Honours in Biomedical Sciences. Science is my passion, and I am currently applying for PhD's in cancer research and am working full time within a research laboratory.
History while not my current area of study is a subject which I have great interest in and excelled at through my GCSE's and A level. Key is the ability to analyse the facts and formulate them into a good essay something I have continued to do through my degree and is an area I feel I can help in.
I have mentored younger students while at school and have two younger brothers who I have often tutored with their studies. One of the best ways to learn I find is to teach and as such relish the chance to share my knowledge with others.
Getting the basic foundations is key and I will focus on that but the problem often with GSCE and A level science is that the simplification of the science can often make it difficult to grasp. If this is the case I feel my background allows me to present the bigger picture which may help to develop your understanding.
In terms of help for most science degrees I can provide guidance on how to write a good personal statement and also for those considering going into academic research I can also talk on what that involves and the possibilities that career offers.
Any questions send me a "Webmail" or book a meeting.
I look forward to working with you
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|Biomedical Sciences||Bachelors Degree||First|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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