In general, my teaching method is very supportive, I start off by going through certain topics with the student and discussing their strengths and weaknesses. As a student who has only been out of A-Levels for 2 years, I have a strong understanding of where schools fail to support their students, I ensure that I attempt to cover those topics and help students apply their newly learnt skills into their classes.
I am a University student currently studying Biochemistry at Westminster University.
In my First year I achieved an overall 1:1, and have recently completed my 2nd year exams.
In my 2nd year I have so far achieved all 1st’s in all modules.
University of Westminster – Biochemistry Year 1 (2019 – 2020) Overall Grade: 1st
o Biology and Human Biology (1st)
o Chemistry (1st)
o Bioscience in Action (1st)
o Introduction to Academic Practices (2:2)
o Critical Thinking for Academic and Professional Development (2:2)
University of Westminster – Biochemistry Year 2 (2020 - Current) Overall Grade: Pending
o Human Physiology (1st)
o Biochemistry (1st)
o Fundamentals of Pharmacology (1st)
o Science: History, Philosophy and Practice (1st)
o Cell Biology (1st)
o Biological Chemistry (Pending)
GCSE: (Old Specification)
Biology - BAA
Chemistry - AAB
Physics - BBB
Placements and Projects Relevant to My Education:
November 2020 – Current Date Physiotherapy Clinic – Administrative Work/Reception
• Streamlining physical patient records, and organising private patient payments.
o Organised 5+ years of ‘old system’ patient documents and merged into current patient records by hand, over the span of approx. 26 hours.
• Processed clinics incoming payments from private patients.
• Performing regular health and safety checks in regards to COVID-19, ensuring all incoming patients are symptom-free.
• Fluent usage of products supplied by Microsoft (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Google (Calendar, Mail and Drive) and Zoom.
January 2019 - July 2019 Tutoring
• Tutored 2 different students in Biology and Physics
• Both were struggling grasping certain concepts of their subjects, and were preparing for their Year 12 Mocks, through tutoring I was able to help them overcome their inability to comprehend topics such as the immune system (Biology )and projectiles (Physics). They both scored higher in the End of Year mocks, than they did in their December 2018 mocks, improving by at-least 1 grade level.
November 2017 The Oaks Surgery – Work Experience
Key Achievements and Responsibilities
• Shadowed multiple different doctors
o Was able to experience the mindset and thought process that a doctor undergoes when discussing ailments with patients.
• Also given the opportunity to work with and shadow health care assistants and phlebotomists, learning new methods on cleaning/irrigation of wounds and body parts, and also learning the different vials a phlebotomist would use when taking a patient’s blood.
• Worked in the administration division of the surgery and was able to see how the system worked, learnt how to manage the physical and computer databases.
o Aware of different commonly used clinical systems such as Cerner, Rio, SystmOne and EMIS
o Introduced briefly to Systm1 while assisting reception/administration staff.
April 2014 – Present St John Ambulance: Volunteering and Study
Studied and practised First Aid for 4 years, have attended multiple events since starting date.
• Teamwork in an environment where there is little space and stressful situations
o Due to a strong background in biological sciences and passion for first aid, I was seen as a helpful guide to new cadets.
o After I had treated my patients, I would look to help others, doing things such as helping other cadets to fill out a Patient Report Form (PRF).
• Flexibility, required for short notice help at events.
o Most notably attended skateboarding events and marathons.
• Kept up to date with constant changes in first aid procedures.
o Bought my knowledge and passion for first aid and paramedical sciences into GCSE’s and A-Level’s, bolstering my knowledge in biological sciences.
• Leadership skills developed, due to greater experience among peers, allowing me to produce an efficient and hardworking team.
Skills and Interests
• Strong IT skills, vast knowledge in consumer-level computing and hardware, multiple experiences in computer building, wiring and troubleshooting.
• Self-taught amateur guitarist.
• Open-minded to new experiences.
• Strong office management and organisational skills.
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