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I am a medical student at the University of Birmingham. Having gone through the process of applying to medical school and achieving all a*s and a's at GCSE, As and A-level and also receiving all 4 of my medical school interviews, I am well aware of how the applications process and exams work and how the volume of content can be overwhelming at times. I am able to give tips and advice on how to cope with exams and university applications along with ways to keep on top of everything. I have also tutored at children from primary school age (including 11+) through to a levels and volunteered at the children's ward at the royal free hospital and so am well aware of how every child is different and how to communicate effectively with them all. Having worked at a tuition center tutoring children from as young as primary age all the way through to a-level, I understand that everyone is different and learn at different paces and in different ways. I am an innovative thinker and so like to come up with new ways to explain content which will keep my students engaged and enjoying the topics whilst fully understanding them. I understand that quantity and quality are both important during exams and so aim to cover a few topics in detail in each session. I also like to consolidate these topics with a few exam questions at the end of each session to ensure that my students are able to apply their knowledge as the application has become a focal point in many of the new syllabuses. I also try to add in an exam question at the start of the next session to ensure that information has properly been understood and retained. I am flexible in teaching style and pace as I understand that not everyone learns in the same way.
English · Math · High school entrance prep
Able to provide support in A-Level Psychology and English Literature. My experience: I've got extensive experience supporting others in an academic and non-academic setting. I have six years’ experience tutoring students aged 4 - 16 years old. I worked with students on their work assignments as well as setting extra work to help students reach the next level in their potential. I use scientifically-ratified methods to ensure students are working to the highest level of efficiency. I am able to work with students with SEN, using scientific tools like Pictorial Exchange Program to support students in their academic and social skills while reducing the likelihood of “meltdowns.” Over those six years, I honed my ability to break down difficult topics into easily digestible lectures for each child. By using a person-centred approach, I helped the students learn in the manner most effective to them. I have a degree in Psychology BSc from Royal Holloway, University of London (ranked 9th in the UK for Psychology). I achieved an upper-second class with honours (2:1). This includes a first-class final year project. I undertook classes such as Learning & Memory and Developmental Psychology which gave me insights into how to achieve the highest level of productivity and information retention - tools that I utilised to complete my degree. I'm currently studying Medicine. While at university, I worked as a peer mentor where I provided individualised support to first year students. My caseload of students where those who were nervous upon their acceptance to university. I aided them in their transition to university by creating a safe space for them to approach me with their academic queries and social anxieties. I have excellent interpersonal skills that allowed me to build productive relationships with my students wherein they felt comfortable approaching me when in crisis. I am currently a Recovery Worker, providing support to homeless individuals in London. I specialise in providing person-centred, personalised support to entrenched rough sleepers with particularly high and complex physical, mental and substance misuse support needs. I have an outstanding record of ensuring my clients stay off the street and move along in their recovery process. This is done by having a keen eye for assessing individuals, even those who are difficult to engage and creating realistic and productive action plans. Through my dedication to belief in uplifting others and identifying a shortfall in the care provided to my most vulnerable clients, I created a successful partnership with the Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club to provide one-to-one health and fitness support to homeless people in London. Moreover, borne from a drive to give back to my local community while at University, I organised, planned and executed a school-based programme. I partnered with Age Exchange, a charity dedicated to reducing loneliness in society's most vulnerable populations, to design a ten-week programme. I used cutting edge reminiscence arts and tactile objects to help rejuvenate the memories of those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. I liaised with local schools and care homes to link elderly individuals with local schools. Through this, I developed my ability to communicate efficiently and effectively online by creating a weekly newsletter for my volunteers, running a community page and keeping clear and open channels of communication with all parties. The programme was a tremendous success, earning the Queen's Award for Outstanding Voluntary Service which was presented by HRH Princess Anne. Furthermore, the Mayor of Runnymede came to visit, and it was featured in the local news. For my dedication to the voluntary service, I received a Gold Passport Award from Royal Holloway, University of London. I believe I am the excellent candidate to help students fulfil their potential. I have excellent time management skills as evidenced by my exemplary community outreach work while studying towards a Bachelor of Science degree. I have the drive and patience to work with students who are struggling and the ambition to help those who would like to achieve more.
Psychology · Science · English
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Trusted teacher: ***** My availability varies according to the slots reserved by the pupils / students. To gain efficiency, I will send you a link to my "google agenda". You will be able to position our sessions more quickly ***** Hello, I offer you my expertise and experience to (re) upgrade you in English. I can intervene at the following levels: - School: * (primary school: initiation) => Cambridge tests 'Starters - Movers - Flyers' & others. * (college-high school) => remediation / upgrading in grammar + other language activities such as Oral / Writing Comprehension or Continuous Speaking / Interaction) - Superior (CPGE, IEP prep, TOEFL, iELTS, Cambridge First Certificate, Advanced Certificate ...) (Preparation for tests such as "Tremplin-Passerelle-Passerelle2- Ecricome" ...) (English for Interns in medicine ...) (Linguistics / phonology / didactics for the English CAPES ... or other competition like the CRPE) - I accompany and have accompanied many adults who needed to be / become truly successful in speaking / writing in English as part of their professional activities (fluency, accent reduction, grammar. ...) or as part of resuming studies. Note that I am not this young student who had a good mark in the Baccalaureate or this other who is supposedly bilingual. I am a linguist by training and author of a textbook in this capacity. I have been teaching as a teacher in the National Education since 1995. Teaching cannot be improvised. It is not an activity that we do "like that". I offer you the fruit of my expertise and my experience as well as the perspective of an educational professional who knows the system perfectly from the "inside". By the way, did you know that to have 10/20 in the Baccalaureate, it is enough to have level A2 (which is theoretically expected at the end of 3rd year) so I let you imagine the despair of students who are starting higher studies and who learn that they will have to obtain at least 750 in the TOEIC! (the equivalent of level B2!) to see their diploma approved. 2 tips for students: "your TOEIC / IELTS score, it is from L1 that you must prepare it" "if you want to be able to write - English read, understood and spoken in your CV - well it is also from L1 that you must train yourself to speak English, to read in English and of course to write. * Daily monitoring possible via the internet: to learn modern foreign languages, it is always more profitable to work a little each day. It is possible to consider placing slots of 15 or 20 minutes of intensive work on one type of activity several times a week. (See the "memorization" video in the 'Surfonsdoc Orléans-Tours' channel on youtube) -> Look for "debbinghaus curve" on google. * Each course is prepared according to your personal needs. Feedback is always given at the end of the session. * One of the fields in which I specialize is "phonology": intonation, word stress, connections ... In short, everything that relates to oral grammar. If you are tired of being immediately spotted as the man in the video "the i rabbit (you will find it in a few clicks on youtube)) See you soon! Please do not hesitate to contact me for further details.
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ENGLISH all levels, all ages - Examinations and conversations. (Lormont)
Marie
Marie is a wonderful teacher. When I first met her my son's English level was very low, he wasn't even able to spell the alphabet. But Marie taught him well, and in a short time of about two months, my son was able to speak English, spell words and even make full sentences correctly. I'm much obliged to Marie for everything she has done to help my son learn English. Therefore I recommend Marie for anyone who is looking for a good English teacher.
Review by SUMUDU
Offering piano classes for anyone interested to learn (Harrow on the Hill)
Pooja
Hi My son had attended few weeks ( one / two sessions per week) keyboard classes with Pooja. I am revising my ratings after these sessions. I am so happy with the progress my son has made in keyboard in such a short notice. Pooja's dedicated approach & Notes/ homework after every class really helps the students. I would recommend her classes. Thanks Sajith
Review by SAJITH
Foreign language course, English, Spanish, French (Paris)
Jenny
great experience! we only had couple of hours of conversation, as I wanted to take the rust off my French during a trip in Paris. she was very open, easy-going and at the same time very helpful in pointing-out prononciation, words that I didn't know, etc. I'm sure she's great for classes over a longer time period too. highly recommended.
Review by RARES