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Degree: Applied Neuropsychology (Masters) - Bristol University
My friends and former students say that I am fun, positive, and an empathic clear communicator. I love explaining concepts, using various methods. Having worked as a psychologist I have developed my ability to empathize, thus deeply understanding the feelings and thoughts of people. My aim is to inspire and engage students, and help them reach the answers to their questions.
I have several years of experience teaching students, from primary school students to peers and older adults.
My most challenging student was a young boy who was easily distracted and unenthusiastic about school, but I got his attention by making the lesson comprehensible, fun and engaging.
Another challenging student I had was a very intelligent middle-aged adult studying a degree in Psychology, often posing critical and challenging questions which I thoroughly enjoyed answering.
Since my parents are professors, I have grown up in an educational culture, and I have also studied education as part of my degree.
As a student in secondary school I struggled at times with a few Science courses and had a regular tutor so I am quite familiar with educational challenges.
I have also thoroughly studied philosophy, classical Greek and Classical Civilization in my Greek secondary school as well as the Greek University.
Having applied and been accepted to 3 universities of different systems (Greek, American, British) I have enough experience with personal statements and the overall stressful process.
|Philosophy||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Psychology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Classical Civilisation||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|Classical Greek||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|English||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|Psychology||Bachelors Degree||High Merit|
|Clinical Neuropsychology||Masters Degree||High Merit|
|Psychology - Philosophy - Education - Philology||Bachelors Degree||Merit|
|Ancient Greek, Latin, History, Literature||Uni Admissions Test||16/20|
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