UCL/University of Edinburgh: Medicine
Imperial College London: First Class with honours: BSc in Medical Sciences with Humanities, Philosophy and Law
Wellington College: IB 42/45
Biography & Interests
I have just graduated from Imperial College London with a First Class BSc in Medical Sciences and I am about to embark on the fourth year of an undergraduate degree in Medicine. I love the sciences but also enjoy delving into the humanities and the social sciences behind medicine. Before my university career, I studied the International Baccalaureate diploma at Wellington College (2012-2014), where I was deputy head boy.
I thoroughly enjoy running (I raced the Edinburgh Marathon in 2016 and the Hackney Half Marathon in 2018, with aspirations to complete my second marathon in 2020) and the arts, often attending the theatre and music events. I also love to travel: I went to China for fourth months in my gap year, where I worked at a school as a teaching assistant.I also taught first aid in Tanzania for the charity First Aid Africa, in Summer 2016.
Experience & Approach
Through my experiences of tutoring students in China I discovered that developing rapport is a necessity for students to get the most from mentoring sessions. Doing ‘schoolwork’ outside of the classroom can be a massive chore for students so it is my aim to make sessions as fun and interesting as possible. I want to help students tackle problems using many tools which wouldn’t have tested in class. I hope that I will cover important curriculum in an engaging way, ensuring students have a firm understanding of what they need to know for exams. With this I also hope students will develop a holistic mind-set to approach academia with throughout their educational careers.
I have experience of mentoring Oppidan students for their GCSE and Common Entrance examinations, particularly with science subjects and maths. I currently work with three Oppidan families at KS3 Level.