Hi! I am a medical student at UCL and after attaining my intercalated BSc in Immunology, Infection and Cell Pathology I decided to take a year out of my studies to pursue other interests such as travelling and creative writing. I am passionate about science and, with the right amount of creativity, I believe it can be a fun, interesting and dynamic subject.
I have taught in some interesting and (at times, challenging!) environments. I recently volunteered to teach English as a Foreign Language at a school in Cambodia and in 2014 I volunteered at an orphanage for disabled children in Ghana. There I gave healthcare and basic biology lectures to both the adult staff at the orphanage and to the wider community. At university I have held group study sessions for younger medical students in the run up to exams. In addition, my peers and I regularly organise study sessions in which we can tutor one another
I am very friendly and approachable with a good sense of humour! I believe that every learner is an individual and my sessions will be tailor made to suit the preferred learning styles of each tutee. Essentially, I want the tutee to guide the session and aim to equip them with the skills to become confident, independent learners.
If you have any questions, please feel free to drop me a message!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Chemistry||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Medical Sciences with Immunology, Infection and Cell Pathology (Intercalated)||Bachelors Degree||2:1|