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Hoosai M.

Currently unavailable: until 17/03/2016

Degree: Medicine MBBS (Bachelors) - Kings, London University

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Hi! My name is Hoosai and I am a third year medical student at King's College London, with a previous degree in Physiology and Pharmacology. 

I remember how intimidating the medical school application seemed at first. But through extensive research and preparation I was able to understand what universities look for in candidates. I would like to use my experience to make it easier for the next generation of applicants. 

I have 5 years of tutoring experience, having taught Maths and English to students aged between 3 and 17. Through this, I have learnt how best to tailor my teaching to the needs of each individual student. 

I am available for guidance on the medical school application process, help with personal statements and UKCAT guidance. 

I look forward to meeting you! :)

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
-Medical School Preparation- Mentoring £20 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £20 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
Physiology and PharmacologyBachelors Degree2.1
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CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

No

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17/03/2016

Questions Hoosai has answered

What is the best way to begin a Medical Personal Statement.

People often get told to find a way to stand out. The problem is, there are 1000s of students all attempting the same thing. This means that anything you think is witty and original, the admissions people will have definitely seen before.  Although it's good to try and be original, don't make...

People often get told to find a way to stand out. The problem is, there are 1000s of students all attempting the same thing. This means that anything you think is witty and original, the admissions people will have definitely seen before. 

Although it's good to try and be original, don't make this the priority, as it can make the introduction seem forced and unrepresentative of you as a candidate.

The most important thing is to represent yourself in the best possible way. This means finding what makes YOU different to every other candidate. Not what quote or witty anecdote you find most interesting. 

Therefore, start it off with the one thing that you are most proud of that you can relate to your desire to study medicine. 

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