Lauren D. GCSE Maths tutor, GCSE Philosophy tutor, GCSE Philosophy an...

Lauren D.

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Degree: Bsc Psychology (Bachelors) - University College London University

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About me

I am an undergraduate Psychology student at University College London and I am extremely passionate about helping others to see both the beauty and interest in a wide range of subjects. I believe that understanding the basic concepts of a topic is paramount and is the key to success. Once this is achieved, anyone can learn to enjoy a subject and reach their full potential. I am particularly skilled in Maths, Philosophy and Psychology; I studied these for my A-Levels. 

In addition to this, I value the importance of embracing interests outside of academia in order to widen experiences. I believe that involvement in extra-curricular activities enhances desirable individual qualities which in turn makes people more employable in the future. For example, I have been doing Ballet since I was 3 years old and have performed in London's Westend! 


Maths: A*
Chemistry: A*
Biology: A*
Physics: A*
Drama practical: A*
Drama coursework: A
English Literature: A*
English Language: A
Spanish: A*
History: A*
Religious Studies: A*

A Levels:
Maths: A
Philosophy and Ethics: A*
Psychology: A

1) I completed the JSLA (Junior Sports Leadership Award) and the Dance Leadership award where I organised sports events and choreographed many exciting dances both in a team and individually.
2) I was one of four to be chosen to do an engineering course at Cambridge University. This was a residential trip (for two nights) where we were given a project to complete. The course ended with us doing a 15 minute presentation to a vast group of people in central London. We are also awaiting the Gold Cress Award to symbolise the completion of the 8 month project. Instead of having a group leader in our project, we took it in turns to lead certain aspects of the project. E.g: writing the presentations.
Dance, Singing, Acting
1) I have done Ballet for 13 years and I am now in Grade 7 having achieved Distinction in my last exam.
2) I have been on the ‘Gifted and Talented’ register for Dance
3) Participated in a Dance competition (Rock Challenge), and we were awarded first place.
4) I was in a ‘High School Musical-Make it happen’ advert on Disney Channel.
5) I have had singing lessons.
6) Attend Stage Coach performing School in Barnet-I attended for 8 years; I have received the ‘Gold’ award.
7) Theatre productions- I have been in many stage productions with the company ‘Rare Productions’ after attending open auditions. (e.g: Oliver, Bugsy Malone, Aladdin, Little Shop of Horrors, Guys and Dolls, Annie.)
8) I have performed at London’s West End Bloomsbury Theatre -Bugsy Malone.
9) Grade 1 speech exam and awarded distinction, Grade 2-Merit
10) performed at The Arts Depot in North Finchley at least 3 times.
11) Performed in a ‘Black History Month’ show.

Work Experience:
* Voluntary:

1) September 2010-February 2011: Brownies, Woodside Park-where I worked with children aged between 7-10.
2) September 2011- Finchley Youth Theatre-worked with young people with and without disabilities so that they were able to improve their theatrical skills and perform an inspirational show.
3) September 2011- Mount View Theatre-helped at one of the top colleges specialising in performing Arts. This included helping to organise a graduation ceremony for university graduates in Covent Garden.
4) February 2012- volunteering at a Care home in North Finchley for the elderly.
5) June 2012-YVA Solicitor’s Law firm.
6) January 2015-April 2016: Tutoring a young boy with Autism
* Paid Work:
 December 2013-May 2014-Tutor at Explore Learning.
 January 2014-October 2014- Stage Coach Performing Arts assistant.
June 2016-present Sales Assistant at Pineapple Dance Studios Shop 

Additional Skills:
1) Achieved a ‘merit’ award for IT GCSE
2) I was on the ‘Gifted and Talented’ register for Philosophy and Ethics and dance.
3) As part of having the fantastic opportunity of being on the ‘Gifted and Talented’ register I (along with another student) took a residential trip to Cambridge University to do a Science Course. Here we had our own en suite rooms and gained an insight into the interesting lectures that such a prestigious university provide.
4) I was awarded the ‘Burt’s Prize’ in Psychology at UCL for achieving one of the top two grades in my first year exams. 

Subjects offered

Psychology A Level £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Philosophy GCSE £18 /hr
Philosophy and Ethics GCSE £18 /hr
Psychology GCSE £18 /hr
Religious Studies GCSE £18 /hr
Maths 13 Plus £18 /hr
Maths 11 Plus £18 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £22 /hr


Maths A-levelA2A
Psychology A-levelA2A
Philosophy and ethics A-levelA2A*
Psychology Uni admission test1st class honours
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5from 3 customer reviews

Rujira (Parent) October 13 2016

Karn seems to enjoy Lauren's teaching style and she always prepared

Rachel (Parent) September 30 2016


Omar (Parent) August 10 2016

I had a great session, understood all my main problems, and I am confident for my test.
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Questions Lauren has answered

If there is an omnibenevolent God, why is there suffering?

God is transcendent and therefore some of His actions and the events that He allows are unfathomable and cannot be fully comprehended by the finite human mind. However, Theists believe that God has a justifiable explanation for both human and natural suffering in the world. For example, Christ...

God is transcendent and therefore some of His actions and the events that He allows are unfathomable and cannot be fully comprehended by the finite human mind. However, Theists believe that God has a justifiable explanation for both human and natural suffering in the world. For example, Christians may refer to the biblical example of Job in which suffering is seen as a test of faith. The actions of God may appear paradoxical to God's '"omnibenevolent"' nature but theists may argue that we cannot anthropomorphisise a God and reduce His nature to our reductionist human understanding of what constitutes as loving; instead we must trust that He has the best intentions for all. 

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