I am the lead researcher for a global epidemiological study on LPHS which I have presented at the 13th Biannual World Congress of Inflammation and the East London Bio science Conference. The study is currently being prepared for publication in a medical journal.
I am inherently curious and have a thirst for knowledge and investigation, which I hope to utilize in a clinical environment as well as in a research capacity. The sheer complexity of the human body and its healing processes have always fascinated me and underpin my inquisitive nature. I have a thorough understanding of medical terminology and an analytical and systematic approach with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
I have several years of experience in informal tutoring through mentoring year 12s with their A-levels and UCAS applications; as well as teaching children as part of my church’s server team.
I am a conscientious and hard-working individual and give my all to every task required of me, believing that once you set your heart on something you can overcome any supposed problems or obstacles to achieve it. I have proven to be a reliable and motivated individual, capable of working methodically, efficiently and accurately, and am quick to listen.
MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICATIONS:
I have been through the application process multiple times. I have taken the GAMSAT, UKCAT and BMAT and been successful; having achieved offers from 5 universities over the course of 2 cycles. I am well aware of how difficult it can be to balance revision, extra-curricular activities, admission test preparation and writing a personal statement; all before October 15th. It's intense and when I went through it I had no-one to guide me, but I hope to be able to impart some helpful advice and tips to give you the best chance of fulfilling your dream to be a doctor.
Before the start of each session, it would be helpful if I could know the material you would like to cover, your long term academic aims, and your preferred learning style e.g. rote learning, meaningful learning.
During each session, we will start with a brief overview of the topic, and then discuss any problem areas in detail. We can then do some exam questions to ensure you can apply the theory practically.