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Degree: Medicine (Bachelors) - Southampton University
My name is Bilal Rashid and I am a first year medical student at the University of Southampton, I have grown up with sciences and I know how difficult they can seem at times, now I look forward to passing on what I have learnt on to students.
I have always taught with one main concept: how to tackle that exam paper and maximise student potential.
Having been a student myself, I have a strong working ethos whilst maintaining an enthusiastic attitude.
I develop plans, structure and aid with coursework for subjects with a written nature and I am available to help any time via email.
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
Essays in biology? Right I wasnt the only surprised one when I first heard about it. The main concept is that these essay titles are diverse and can range from a whole multitude of topics.
But why is my essay going to get full marks?
Start off nice and simple, get topics which link to each other from first year and second year together. Group them, eg nerves and transmission with reflexes, adaptations can link to genetic diversity.
Ensure that you have made all these links so no matter what question is asked you know what you can link these topics with. After that, read. Articles, Journals, further reading strengthens and developes responses which will help you get those top marks.
For further detail and for more help in this aspect, feel free to message me.see more
The main concept to realise is that you are not the only one to be applying, you are competing against a large number of candidates which can range into its thousands. Things such as football captain, prefect or school society member are frequent features of many thousands of personal statements the assesors read day in, day out.
So what makes me stand out?
The key is recognition of a high level of sport, from earning belts in martial arts to winning tournaments in table tennis, the possiblities are endless.
Reading a book, not Harry Potter or Of Mice and Men, but titles such as The Emperor of all Maladies by Siddartha Mukherjee. Books which reflect intrests of medicine that you have and are developing. It often shows that if there are concepts which intrests which intrigue you, you are not afraid to follow these up and investigate further.
Work experience selection is often key, everyone wants to be a cardiothoracic surgeon, but the fact of the matter is there is a shortage in specialities such as psychiatry or even as a GP. Choose the non-conventional routes but remember, that healthcare is still healthcare, these specialties are pivotal in contributing to the overall picture of the healthcare system and should not be ignored.
These are some of the techinques I have used and have proven to have success with, which I can explain in further detail.see more