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Degree: Medicine (Doctorate) - Bristol University
Hi, my name is Phil and I'm a third year medical student at Bristol. I have always been interested in teaching others and as such am considering a proffesion in medical education. I have notable experience teaching; In 2010 I helped tutor my sister and cousin in GCSE biology and Chemistry, I have volunteered for the last three years at a sports centre for the disabled teaching people different life skills and I spent last Summer teaching Spanish children English. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the experiences I have had teaching and would be incredibly grateful if I got the opportunity to Tutor anyone using this site.
Style of Tutoring
If you accept me as your tutor I will be enthiusiastic, patient and condfident at all times. Our sessions would be based on you and therefore you pick exactly what you would like learn. You may wish to learn everything in your syllabus or just specific parts in lots of detail, you may wish to learn from exams or look beyond the syllabus for areas of interest that are not taught at school/college. I am happy to help you with whatever you require.
My interest outside of study are; rugby, cricket, drama, surfing, volunteering. I have mentioned these because I am keen to develop a good relationship with tutees beyond the work I will be tutoring them. Though our sessions will revolve around the subjects they want to learn I hope that they can still chat to me about other interests and extra curricular aspects of life if they so wish.
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|.UKCAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
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