I have been fortunate to start teaching since my early career in 2008, when I used to co-supervise master students and deliver postgraduate teaching that helped me to acquire a strong interpersonal, pedagogical and communication skills. Over the course of my professional path, I have become increasingly involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students. I was involved in the co-organisation and acting as co-lead in the MSc of Medical Biotechnology in the Faculty of Medicine, as on-si...
|Recent Students: 13||Total Hours: 146||Last Online: 20 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 14||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 87||Signed Up: 12 Oct 2020|
I tutored many students during my PhD, from school leavers wanting lab experience to tutoring fellow PhD candidates in sterile tissue culture techniques. The longest tutoring project I have undertaken was supervising a third year medical student for his intercalated BSc in Physiology. He won the prize for top project in his year (mainly due to his hard work and dedication) and was a joy to teach and really fuelled my interest in nurturing younger minds. More recently I tutored a young man who w...
|Recent Students: 21||Total Hours: 251||Last Online: 20 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 58||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 85||Signed Up: 23 Sep 2019|
I have been a tutor throughout my PhD and I found that it is my patience and willingness to put in the extra hours with students which makes a difference. Often it is something simple that is tripping them up and they need someone to give them confidence and make them feel comfortable to ask questions. There is a lot of pressure in the lecture theatre and the classroom. I like to take that away and give them their own space to think things through.
|Recent Students: 4||Total Hours: 55||Last Online: 20 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 12||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 51||Signed Up: 21 May 2018|
I am an enthusiastic and energetic tutor who is passionate about teaching Biological science and empowering students to excel within their own academic studies. I have been working as a professional tutor for over 4 years from GCSE to Postgraduate education. My overall philosophy of teaching is simple: I hope to make the students that I interact with somehow richer from their experience(s) with me.
I hold a Bachelors degree from Queen Margaret University in pharmacology, a MSc in Cancer Therape...
|Recent Students: 10||Total Hours: 294||Last Online: 20 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 40||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 50||Signed Up: 29 Nov 2017|
I have taught students at BSc level in face-to-face tutoring sessions, and industry level junior scientists who are new to their role.
|Recent Students: 4||Total Hours: 59||Last Online: 20 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 4||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 43||Signed Up: 22 Dec 2020|
I have worked as a science tutor for the past two years and have loved every minute. During my PhD and subsequent time in academia I taught a range of levels and am expert in teaching Biology, Chemistry and Physics from GCSE level up to University level. At higher levels of education I can teach my specialist subjects including Biochemistry, Structural Biology and Molecular Biology.
With enthusiasm, careful planning and knowledge you can improve a students results and enjoyment of the subject,...
|Recent Students: 10||Total Hours: 344||Last Online: 19 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 29||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 39||Signed Up: 04 Sep 2018|
I have over 4 years’ experience teaching college level biology courses in classroom (as a teaching assistant) and in private tutoring settings. As a teaching assistant, I plan and lead discussion sections in Mendelian and Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry, and Cell Biology. I create worksheets and practice questions to help student prepare for exams. As a private tutor, I guide students to understand and master course concepts in the above-mentioned courses as well as in research methods, and di...
|Recent Students: 5||Total Hours: 35||Last Online: 19 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 5||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 27||Signed Up: 16 Dec 2020|
2013-2015: Private medicine admissions and science tutor of over 200 students.
2016: University of Sydney employed tutor for undergraduate neuroscience and physiology subjects, including academic paper writing and statistics.
2017-2019: Lead of medicine tutorials for University of Sydney intercollegiate tutorial system, covering a range of topics.
2020: Student lead of MD curriculum and SBA redesign at University of Sydney. I am also involved in problem based learning and teaching beginning-inte...
|Recent Students: 19||Total Hours: 57||Last Online: 20 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 24||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 8||Signed Up: 31 Dec 2020|
I have been a part-time tutor between 2014-2020 and estimate I have delivered around 70 hours of 1:1 tutorials to students since 2014. I have taught English and Mathematics ranging from KS3 to GCSE level and have also taught Biology extensively – from KS3 to GCSE, A-level and University-level. During my time as a tutor, I have covered many of the major exam boards including AQA, OCR and Edexcel.
I have a lot of experience helping university and A-level students with coursework and essays and ha...
|Recent Students: 1||Total Hours: 8||Last Online: 08 Apr 2021|
|All-time Students: 2||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 7||Signed Up: 29 Oct 2020|
I have been tutoring biology for 10 years and have experience teaching students of all backgrounds, languages and ages. I have run University level classes as well as middle school and high school biology lessons. Classes I have taught include:
Animal Form and Function
I have assissted students in writing reports, dissertations and practical write ups. I am experienced in refining research methods and refining the statistics needed to comprehensively present data.
|Recent Students: 2||Total Hours: 7||Last Online: 24 Mar 2021|
|All-time Students: 3||Total Biological Sciences Hours: 7||Signed Up: 03 Jun 2020|