I am a second year Graduate Entry Medicine student at Warwick University. I completed my undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at the University of the West of England, where I first got involved as a tutor for 2 groups of 10 students, and ran workshops on medical school applications, the UKCAT, and interviews. I think Medicine is the best course you can do at university so I love discussing it with others who feel the same way!
What can I do for you?
Want to make your medical school personal statement stand out? Want to increase your UKCAT score? Need some practice questions to prepare for an interview? I have been through the process and so I understand the stress and the common mistakes we all make in our preparation, and I'd love to help you to demonstrate the best of your abilities to the admissions teams.
Need some guidance with your personal statement? Struggling to get your ideas across? Your personal statement is your chance to tell universities about yourself and your passion for your chosen subject, but it can be so difficult to know what to write or fit all the information in. Drop me a message and we can make sure your application stands out!
How do I get in touch?
Send me a message or book a session with me, and let's get started!
Payment: If you would like to book a session but are worried about the cost, drop me a message and let's see what we can sort out!
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|.UKCAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
|Biomedical Science BSc(Hons)||Bachelors Degree||First|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Iman (Student) October 18 2016
Iman (Student) November 12 2016
Think of the categories of factors that could be used in the pattern sets and you'll be able to rapidly go through them in your head to narrow it down: colour, shape, symmetry, number, size, rotation, etc. One mnemonic for remembering these is SCANS (shape, colour, arrangement, number, size).see more
You can get relevant clinical experience for Medicine in many areas, including hospitals (check your local teaching hospitals for shadowing schemes or volunteering), general practice (write to practices to ask for a morning or two of shadowing), nursing homes (volunteer at meal times or ask about shadowing a carer), and first aid organisations (such as St Johns Ambulance service).see more
A catchy first line summarising your interest in your chosen course and what you feel you'll bring to it will grab the interest of the admissions team. Quotes can be a bit cheesy unless they are genuinely the best way of expressing your passion for your subject. The most important thing is figuring out your major reason for applying - when did you first realise this was the subject for you? What aspect of your personality do you think is suited to your chosen course? What extra reading or other explorations of your subject have you done, which cemented your choice for you? Drawing from these will ensure that your personal statement is genuine, original, and captures the interest of the reader.see more