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|Emily||LAUREN||12 Apr 2023||Anatomy||Again an excellent class, Lauren adds so much value to my learning and consolidation and revision, wouldn't be without these sessions|
|Emily||LAUREN||22 Mar 2023||Anatomy||Lauren is providing exceptional support to me in some areas that i find challenging - she is invaluable|
|Francisco||Dr William James||07 Mar 2022||Anatomy||Very interesting call with William and would most likely contact him again in the future. He has a lot of experience on A&P and is passionate about it. William game some great tips on how different topics couble be taught to students|
|Safiya||Dr William James||19 Nov 2021||Anatomy||Very thorough and easy to digest information|
|Jennifer||Gareth||10 Dec 2020||Anatomy||Really good|
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Studying anatomy will help you develop specialist skills in the study of the form, function and development of the human body. These skills are highly transferable if you major in physiology. They include teamwork, project management, problem solving, self-motivation, research and excellent numerical skills. Anatomy is a very specialized subject, and many graduates go on to medical school after studying anatomy.
Outside of practical medicine and healthcare, a bachelor's degree in anatomy and physiology can lead to jobs in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry, such as clinical research associate, pharmacologist, scientific editor, medical sales, pharmaceutical sales, or research scientist.
Most medical and surgical students will tell you that human anatomy is a very difficult subject. But it's also an incredibly rewarding course.
Considering the job prospects in the field of anatomy, a degree in human anatomy has one of the best placement rates in STEM fields for graduates within 6 months of graduation.
Most degrees in anatomy and physiology are awarded at the undergraduate level. This is because a degree in anatomy and physiology provides a well-rounded background in the general sciences, making it an excellent foundation for further education such as medical or health specialisations. This allows you to continue your education in a variety of fields, such as a Master of Human Anatomy or a Master of Clinical Anatomy.
If you want to pursue a teaching career, you might also be interested in a Master's in Clinical Anatomy and Education. You can even pursue a master's in highly specialized fields like anatomy and Advanced Forensic Anthropology. It all depends on what interests you the most.
Anatomy is the mother of all medical sciences. It’s notorious for being one of the most challenging fields out there, but anatomy specialists will testify the value of being well versed in anatomy down to a very successful career path.
Here are some career options for those who major in Anatomy:
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
CT Tech / CAT Scan Technologist / CT Scan Technologist
Medical laboratory technician
Physical therapist assistant
If you are interested in a career as a radiologist, you need to know anatomy inside and out. Anatomy is the study of the physical structure and shape of an organism. Learning how bones work, being able to see organs with the naked eye, knowing how muscles wind around each other - all of these are relevant to being a radiologist. It's estimated that medical students have to spend about 40% of their class time studying anatomy before they can even specialize in radiology.
Radiology and anatomy are related in many ways. For example, a doctor who specializes in anatomy often has a comprehensive understanding of the human body from the perspective of its physical structure, which is helpful in detecting tumors or other abnormal growths that could indicate cancer.
With a specialisation in radiology and anatomy, you can work as a resident or assist in surgical procedures. You may also choose to continue your education for a few years. Within radiology, there are a number of highly specialized fields that you can pursue after your anatomy degree. For example, you can pursue a Masters in Medical Imaging Science or a PgCert in Advanced Practice in Computed Tomographic Colonography.
Teachers will take the time to assess your starting point then develop a personalised syllabus to work towards your objectives. Online classes will focus on your areas of weakness and on developing the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Lessons will also push students in areas that they are already comfortable in, encouraging constant improvement and developing positive learning habits.
You can find a professional tutor in four easy steps:
1. Use the Find A Tutor feature to create a post outlining your needs and requirements. You can choose from subject, level, price, and expertise.
2. Find your perfect online anatomy tutor from our wide variety of skilled professors and educators. After you filter your search results using the Find A Tutor feature you can choose to ‘view profile’ of the best choices for your needs.
You can then see reviews and star rating, including total hours taught for Spires and the price per hr.
3. Have your face-to-face class. This can be done whenever and wherever you are, it’s all online- neither you nor the tutor travels!
4. Replay the classes afterward for any missed information at your own pace and convenience.
Private help is that easy!
No, it doesn’t! It’s all done online whenever and wherever you are. All you have to do is pick your ideal mentor and speak to them to arrange the best time for you to have video lessons.It doesn’t matter at all if they are miles and miles (or kilometre and kilometre) away from you!
This is all up to you. You have a huge choice. You can look through our online anatomy tutor profiles, check student reviews and bids, their qualifications and backgrounds, hourly rates, hours taught, other subject they teach - and even check out if they have many repeat students.
Then, communicate with your favourites to see if they are right for your needs and learning style. You can have a free video call by webcam, usually over zoom. Then you pick the person you’d like to help with your studies and schedule your first webcam lesson!
How many Anatomy teachers are available to give private lessons?
We currently have over 22 Anatomy Teachers with academic and professional experience specialising in a wide range of topics from GCSEs to postgraduate support, and everything in between.
All of our tutors must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree and have tutoring experience. Most have higher degrees on top of that, in specialised areas such as Master’s degrees or PhDs. All of our tutors are DBS checked or have had equivalent background checks.
It is their responsibility to guide you to understand the subject you have chosen. Using their expertise in the chosen topic and their teaching experience they will help you to understand, analyse and use the content of the lessons to apply at a later date, whether it is at your chosen university, your career or in your day-to-day life.
Tuition is priced according to level:
The average price per hour ranges based on the tutors’ experience, expertise and student’s level.
The average anatomy tutor price per hr is £40/$53/€45 per hour depending on a teachers’ experience and students’ level of study. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the increased living costs that come with London life.
Can I get GCSE Anatomy help?
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professionals with GCSE tutoring experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies.
Can I book a GCSE Anatomy tutor?
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professional tutors with primary and secondary school experience. All you need to do is login and send a message, and arrange your first video call. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead and book your first lesson.
Can I book an A-level Anatomy tutor?
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professional tutors with A-level teaching experience as well as other further education courses such as BTECs and HNDs. All you need to do is pick your preferred educator, send them a message and arrange your first zoom meeting. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead and book your first lesson.
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