I am a 2nd Year Biology Student at the University of Exeter. Science as a whole, is a subject I am hugely enthusiastic about and I would love to share this eagerness with you! Having spent some of my Gap Year teaching abroad, I have been able to develop my communication and teaching skills, which have vastly improved my capability to convey ideas and concepts in an accessible manner.
Before a session I will ensure there is a clear plan of what I intend to cover, as well as outling what sections of the syllabus we will focus on. I am really keen to allow the tutorials to be guided by you, with focus on the topics that you find most challenging. Understanding basic principles is essential in all Science, so I will make sure there is a firm basis of this before we approach more complex topics or tackle exam questions. I am a strong believer that visual aids improve understanding of many concepts, so I will use diagrams and other illustrations to teach many principles.
I really hope this have given you an insight into what we might be able to acheive together during the tutor sessions! The most imporant thing is that the sessions are enjoyable and you can leave feeling more confident about a subject. If you have any questions please do send me a message or book a Meet the Tutor Session.
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