I'm Ann, a dental student, and I want you to succeed in your education. As a student ambassador for my university, and a past volunteer tutor at a local secondary school, I'm experienced in working with young people and inspiring you to do your best.
You tell me what you need help with, and together we'll start from the basics and work through your difficulties at your own pace.
Want to get into dental school?
I can guide you step-by-step through the whole process, from working out where to apply, getting the most out of work experience, preparing for UKCAT, writing your personal statement and practising for interviews.
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|UKCAT||Uni Admissions Test||average 830|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Lanna (Student) July 29 2016
Kamaran (Parent) July 25 2016
Lanna (Student) July 25 2016
Starting is the hardest. The introduction is crucial to grab the admission tutor's attention and thinking of a good line might take a while, and stop you from even starting on your personal statement (PS), so maybe start writing from the middle.
You need to answer these questions in your PS: Why are you applying for this course? What makes you suited to do this course? What proves you are passionate about it? What research have you done to make sure this is the right choice for you?
To cover this, a possible structure to the PS would be: introduction, work experience, extra-curricular activities, and conclusion.
Don't leave it to the last minute. Once you get down some ideas, in a list or a mind map, it will get easier.see more
Mutations in individuals leads to variation in a population of a species. Some individuals have characteristics that makes them better suited to their environments, so they are more likely to survive and reproduce to pass on their genes that increased their survival to the next generation.
This is called 'natural selection' or 'survival of the fittest'. Think about why giraffes' necks are so long - a longer neck means they can reach up tall trees to get more food, increasing their survival chances. Changes in an entire species' characteristics can take many generations and hundreds and thousands of years. In giraffes, shorter-necked individuals were more likely to die, so the proportion of longer-necked individuals increased until all giraffes have really long necks.see more