I am a first year Biomedical Science student at the University of Birmingham. My favourite subject is Biology but I love science in general. I am aiming for a career in research after university. I left school in 2015 and spent a year travelling. Some of this time was spent in Malawi, volunteering at Kasungu Academy where I really loved teaching the students and helping them with their work. When I was still at living at home and attending school I always found myself helping my sister with her school work and this is something we still do over skype. Both in Malawi and back here I have found great satisfaction in making a new concept or idea clear to someone. It is great to see their face when it all finally clicks into place
I will always cover what you want me to in a session but strongly believe the foundations are crucial and these should be strong before we build upon them. I am a fan of using diagrams, pictures and strange stories or analogies to make the science approachable and understandable. I am happy to share with you the things I use for my revision or whatever mnemonic helped me rember content when I sat the exam. I of course hope you enjoy the sessions and your confidence grows with each one.
It would be great to hear from you either by WebMail or a "Meet the tutor session", I look forward to meeting you!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Tirath (Parent) December 13 2016
Tirath (Parent) December 6 2016
Muscle cells are present in the stomach wall so that they can contract and move the food. This aids digestion and the action of enzymes