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Degree: BSc Geography (Bachelors) - Bristol University
I am currently studying Geography at The University of Bristol, I grew up in London and attended Latymer Upper School. I chose Geography because of my interest in cultures, societies and communities around the world, my A Levels consisting of Biology, Economics and Art, also allowed me to study this. I have tutored before both voluntarily and paid, locally and abroad. This summer, I had the opportunity to visit the Calais Camp, to teach and interact with the children, assisting the charity 'Jungle Books'.
In my free time, I enjoy life drawing sessions, and visiting art galleries, I do a lot of community volunteering around Bristol, and I love to travel. A fun fact about me is that I own a pygmy hedgehog, who you can meet over video if your interested!
Everyone has a different way of retaining information and learning, whether it involves diagrams, lists, discussions on a topics or short quizzes. I can adapt to your needs and aid you learning in the way that you prefer. I am easy going and very friendly, I have taught pupils from the ages of 10 - 18, so can assist you whether your at a GCSE level, or applying to university!
My school gave me great experience in applying for university, the knowledge I gained lead to me receiving offers from all of my choices. UCAS can be a very stressful process, which I can make easier by providing expertise on Russell Group Universities, and writing your personal statement.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, I have very flexible hours and would be happy to help with any issues.
|Art||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Economics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Geography||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Geography||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Lucky (Student) January 7 2017
Daisy (Parent) January 7 2017
Infant mortality rate is the number of babies who die before the age of one per thousand live births per year. Infant mortality rate shows how countries survival rates vary due different stages of development. A high Infant mortality rate may indicate insufficient healthcare resources such as low levels of food available, leading to a lower calorie intake as well little numbers of nurses available per person. It may also indicate the prevalence of fatal diseases such as HIV/AIDS and Malaria, more commonly found in less economically developed countries. The opposite can be assumed from low infant mortality rates.see more