Rohin A. GCSE Biology tutor, A Level Biology tutor, Mentoring -Medica...

Rohin A.

£30 /hr

Pre-clinical medicine (Bachelors) - Oxford, Wadham College University

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About me

Hi, I`m a 4th year medical student at the University of Oxford. I am an experienced teacher, having taught for many years, and I have an expert understanding of the basic sciences. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, a fact that I've been told comes across in my sessions. I`ve been through the school system recently so I understand the challenges faced by students sitting exams and applying for med school.

At school I achieved 11A*s at GCSE, 5 As at AS and 3A*s in A level biology, maths and chemistry. I also scored an average of 815 on the UKCAT and performed well on BMAT. I currently offer sessions on GCSE and A level Biology and sessions relating to medical schools admissions

I've been told by my students that I`m an open and friendly person with the blend of patience and empathy to teach. Get in touch to arrange a free meeting where we can have a chat, see the online classroom and discuss what you want to get out of our sessions. 

Hi, I`m a 4th year medical student at the University of Oxford. I am an experienced teacher, having taught for many years, and I have an expert understanding of the basic sciences. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, a fact that I've been told comes across in my sessions. I`ve been through the school system recently so I understand the challenges faced by students sitting exams and applying for med school.

At school I achieved 11A*s at GCSE, 5 As at AS and 3A*s in A level biology, maths and chemistry. I also scored an average of 815 on the UKCAT and performed well on BMAT. I currently offer sessions on GCSE and A level Biology and sessions relating to medical schools admissions

I've been told by my students that I`m an open and friendly person with the blend of patience and empathy to teach. Get in touch to arrange a free meeting where we can have a chat, see the online classroom and discuss what you want to get out of our sessions. 

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About my sessions

Our sessions will always be centered around you - we`ll work at your pace to help you feel confident with your work and tackle any problems you`re facing. We can work on your exam board`s syllabus or specifically focus on any topic you need. My experience has taught me that exam technique is very important and so I like to cover this in addition to syllabus content.

I'm very familiar with medical school applications, having spent a lot of time on my own a few years ago. I can offer help with interview practice, medical personal statements, admissions tests and general advice.

Our sessions will always be centered around you - we`ll work at your pace to help you feel confident with your work and tackle any problems you`re facing. We can work on your exam board`s syllabus or specifically focus on any topic you need. My experience has taught me that exam technique is very important and so I like to cover this in addition to syllabus content.

I'm very familiar with medical school applications, having spent a lot of time on my own a few years ago. I can offer help with interview practice, medical personal statements, admissions tests and general advice.

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Anna (Student)

April 17 2018

I've had a couple of biology A level lessons with Rohin and he's brilliant - he is very organised, and gives clear and thorough explanations. I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking for a biology tutor at any level, especially to improve knowledge as well as exam technique.

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Jack (Student)

April 5 2018

Very friendly and supportive, really enjoyed the lesson!

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Jack (Student)

June 11 2018

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Jack (Parent from High Wycombe)

May 28 2018

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
BiologyA-level (A2)A*
MathsA-level (A2)A*
ChemistryA-level (A2)A*
Medical SciencesDegree (Bachelors)2.1

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyA Level£30 /hr
BiologyGCSE£30 /hr
MathsGCSE£30 /hr
-Medical School Preparation-Mentoring£30 /hr
-Oxbridge Preparation-Mentoring£30 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£30 /hr
.UKCAT.Uni Admissions Test£30 /hr

Questions Rohin has answered

How much work experience do I need?

It is important to stress that universities realise getting work experience is hard, therefore a lack of work experience should not be counted against you.

In my experience one week in primary healthcare ie a GP surgery, one week in secondary healthcare ie a hospital and an extended period of at least 3 months in some sort of voluntary role is a good target. Additionally, doing something different eg work experience abroad is a good way to differentiate yourself from other candidates.

You should take the time to reflect on your experiences to include in your personal statement and to discuss in interviews. Keeping a diary consisting of what you did and your thoughts is very helpful.

It is important to stress that universities realise getting work experience is hard, therefore a lack of work experience should not be counted against you.

In my experience one week in primary healthcare ie a GP surgery, one week in secondary healthcare ie a hospital and an extended period of at least 3 months in some sort of voluntary role is a good target. Additionally, doing something different eg work experience abroad is a good way to differentiate yourself from other candidates.

You should take the time to reflect on your experiences to include in your personal statement and to discuss in interviews. Keeping a diary consisting of what you did and your thoughts is very helpful.

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2 years ago

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What is an enzyme?

An enzyme is a type of protein that catalyses reactions that occur in the body. In many cases they are essential in order to allow reactions to occur under physiological conditions. There are many different types of enzymes, for example digestive enzymes break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins in the digestive system. Other enzymes are involved in the formation of molecules like DNA. 

An enzyme is a type of protein that catalyses reactions that occur in the body. In many cases they are essential in order to allow reactions to occur under physiological conditions. There are many different types of enzymes, for example digestive enzymes break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins in the digestive system. Other enzymes are involved in the formation of molecules like DNA. 

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2 years ago

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What is cancer?

For many reasons cell division can become unregulated. This leads to the formation of a mass of cells called a tumour which cannot perform their normal function – they are said to be undifferentiated. In some cases, cells from a tumour can spread to other parts of the body and form tumours elsewhere. The group of diseases involving spreading of tumour cells are collectively called cancer. 

For many reasons cell division can become unregulated. This leads to the formation of a mass of cells called a tumour which cannot perform their normal function – they are said to be undifferentiated. In some cases, cells from a tumour can spread to other parts of the body and form tumours elsewhere. The group of diseases involving spreading of tumour cells are collectively called cancer. 

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