Biology (all levels)
Master of Science (MSc), Pharmacology (Distinction), Lincoln College, University of Oxford.
BSc (BSc), Biology (1st Class Honours), University of Bristol.
AAAA at AS-level and A level - Biology, English Literature, Geography and Technology.
A*A*A*A*A* A*A*A*A* at GCSE, including Science, Maths and English.
Experience: 7 years
No problem is too big or too small; I will never turn down a teaching opportunity if I am available.
I am a recent graduate of Lincoln College, University of Oxford, having read for the MSc in Pharmacology. I was awarded The Stutchbury Prize for being the top graduate in my cohort, and also earned a Blue in Athletics. Two years previous to this, I achieved a 1st Class Honours degree reading for the BSc in Biology, University of Bristol.
I teach a number of students on a one-to-one basis - both in person and over the internet - studying for sciences, geography, English and maths at 13+ and GCSE, and focus on Biology and Geography at A-level.
I have recently taught a number of pupils for their ensuing 11+ examinations and CE exams, with many gaining places to Westminster, Eton and Harrow schools. Teaching was conducted on both a classroom and one-to-one basis, with each tutee's parents being dynamically involved in their child's progress on a daily basis.
At school I provided tuition as a sixth-form senior prefect for those pupils struggling with any of their subjects. I also have experience with younger children as part of a mentoring scheme, teaching younger children in the years before their application to join secondary school.
With extensive academic experience, I consider myself an extremely competent scientist who has the ability to communicate and teach science to a wide audience. Furthermore, having achieved top grades in all of my GCSEs and A levels, including top 5 national awards in English Literature and Geography, my range of knowledge is both broad and adaptable to different tutees at these levels.