I'm a London-based, northern-born medical student with a first-class degree in Biomedical Science.I tutor GCSE science.
Given that I'm a tutor it's not surprising that I will tutor you. I will work with you to improve your understanding, help you to identify gaps in your knowledge, and try to make our sessions stimulating and enjoyable. You'll receive regular feedback, and have significant input into what we do.
Emotional wellbeing is as important as academic competence, so I will work with you to address any academic anxieties, motivation and procrastination issues, and will be sympathetic of any physical or mental health issues you may have.
If you're a parent, I'll provide an update after every session covering what we did, any difficulties that came up, and my plan for the next one. I can provide these after each session, or wrap them up into a monthly summary.
Teaching effective study techniques is something I'm passionate about; I encourage and support students to make simple changes to their study habits which can lead to improvement in exam results across all subjects.
I will be available outside of study sessions should anything pop up. I am more than happy to answer questions and clarify confusing topics (but please don't message me at 3am).
I genuinely want you to succeed, and I'll do my best to aid you in academic and non-academic endeavours. I'll provide as much support as I reasonably can to help you achieve your goals.
(I thought I'd make it obvious)
This includes travel within 30 minutes of Baker Street (as determined by CityMapper). For longer distances, I charge the travel cost from Baker Street, which can be found on TfL's website.
You might be seeing me regularly for the next few months, so I propose we organise a short session where we can discuss your needs and see if I'm a good fit.
If not, I promise I won't take it personally!