I'm Adam, a fourth year medical student studying at the University of Liverpool.
How I Can Help You Get Into Medical School....?
Having worked on the University of Liverpool access to Medicine programme for the past 4 years, I am highly experienced in:
- Critiquing personal statements - working with university specific admission criteria in order to ensure your PS is an exact fit. I am willing to spend additional time editing your PS out of hours with fully evaluated word documentation and comments.
- Medical School interview practice - taking students through the different methods used at interview and ensuring you are prepared for the day!
- Work experience advice - I can explain how to obtain the best work experience to aid a medical application.
- Valuable student experience - I am willing to answer any questions that either parents or students have concerning university life or medical school.
I aim to ensure that sessions are based solely on your needs and goals. It is my beleif that every student has the potential to reach medical school with a personalised tutoring approach. It is my aim to work efficiently as I am a big beleiver in quality over quantity when it comes to my tutoring session. I beleive that there are fundamental principles which every medical applicant should understand in order to make for a successful med school application! Together we will be successful!
Still Not Convinced?
In 2015 I helped set up an access to medicine programme, where medical students go into schools across the UK with the goal of bettering student's knowledge regarding medical applications.
http://www.educatingmed.co.uk/for-students.html - Check out my website
ONLY 1 IN 10 MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICATIONS ARE SUCCESSFUL AND I BELEIVE I CAN MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON OF THEM!
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|.UKCAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
Please get in touch for more detailed availability
This is more straight forward than you think! A simple three step format works best....
1) What you did?
2) What you learnt from you experience?
3) How this relates to your future career as a doctor?
REMEMBER: All work experience skills are transferrable and relatable to medicine. This means that healthcare experience is NOT essential!!!
E.g. - "As a part time retail assistant I have had to deal with difficult customers and the issues they have with their recent purchases. I have used my communication skills to successfully diffuse difficult situations before consulting my manager if help is needed. Looking back on these situations, I appreciate the importance in medicine to seek help when experiencing difficulty and shall bear this in mind when facing newer, potentially dangerous challenges."see more