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I'm a recent first class graduate from University College London. I studied biomedical engineering which is a degree that integrates all of the core sciences, maths and medicine. I have been teaching for three years, and have taught a variety of students with a range of educational needs. I am confident of my ability to take students that are struggling and improve their abilities.
Flexible cancellation (within 24 hours), happy to conduct mocks in between lessons (will charge only marking time).
Hi, my name is Barnaby. I’m a recent graduate in biomedical engineering who studied at University College London. As an employee, my skillset is both varied, and of a high calibre. Biomedical engineering is a relatively new discipline which straddles both the classical aspects of engineering (with a focus on electrical and mechanical) and innovating medical advances. Studying a degree like this has given me the ability to take information from a number of seemingly unrelated fields and collect it together to find solutions to complex problems. Moreover, my work history in tutoring (detailed below) has taught me not only how to understand information and solve problems, but also to help others understand information and solve problems. This particularly of use in the field of engineering, where communication is one of the most important, yet arguably one of the most overlooked skills in the workplace. Moreover, throughout my degree, I was project lead in a large number of scenarios. Managerial skills I developed include effective delegation, project management (workflows, Gant charts, decision matrices, problem statements, etc) and most importantly, furthered communication skills.
Biomedical Engineering MEng:
Year 1. Scored an average of 80% across all modules
Year 2: Scored an average of 76.2% across all modules
Year 3: Scored an average of 69% across all modules
Year 4: Scored an average of 85% across all (counted) modules.
Overall, I achieved a first class. This was awarded in August 2020.
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