I am a recent Biomedical Science BSc graduate from Imperial College London. I have always thoroughly enjoyed my studies and believe that the key to excelling in learning comes from having a tutor that has a passion for the material they are teaching. I am a young and approachable character that can relate to the challenges that students face. I relish the chance to pass on my own successes to other students so they can fulfill their potential.
- Chemistry & Biology at GCSE – A-level
- Undergraduate teaching assistant at Imperial College London
- Primary level Science and Maths
Approach to Tutoring
With all tutees, I first have a conversation with the student about their requirements from the tuition, before having a chat to get to know each other better. After that, we first assess targets, strengths and weaknesses to create a plan, before getting stuck in to make the necessary improvements as effectively as possible. The sessions will follow a plan made together with the tutee, so that my approach is tailored to their targets and personality. A major focus that I reinforce is exam technique, in order to maximise the student’s exam grades.
Achievements & Interests
- May 2016 – Presented BSc Thesis at IABC
Presented the findings of my Biomedical Science thesis research to the biomedical annual conference at Imperial College London
- May 2016 – Promoted to Bar Manager, Imperial College London
I have worked throughout my degree at the Imperial College student union, and was promoted to manager for continued commitment and professional performance at the bar.
- 2008 – 2010 – Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award
In my spare time, I exercise regularly by attending the gym, as well as playing football and tennis with friends weekly. I also remain an active member of medical societies to keep up my knowledge and passion in the subject. For my holidays, I enjoy taking weekend city breaks away with family and friends, whilst for my breaks I often challenge myself with some of Europe’s toughest hiking trails. In the winter I love to go skiing, and often use this as an excuse to return to the European Alps.