Graham has served as a volunteer tutor and teaching assistant since 2013, with experience across physics, mathematics, engineering, technical writing, and standardized tests. He graduated from the University of Maine as valedictorian in 2014 with a B.S. in Physics and M.S. in Electrical Engineering, and recently completed the MAst program in Applied Mathematics at Cambridge University. Current Graham is pursuing a PhD in particle physics and data science at University College London. He is eager to work with students in all technical fields, providing study support for taught classes as well as guiding students to develop key skills such as writing, quantitative reasoning, and coding.
Biology, Chemistry +7 more
My name is Pratha and I study medicine at UCL (5th year). I have an intercalated degree in psychology and I have been teaching for 8 years.
I teach biology, chemistry, physics, maths and help with preparation with medical school including personal statement, interview prep and admissions examination.
Biology, Chemistry +6 more
My name is Eliana Pickholz Meyer, I am from New Jersey, and I am in the process of receiving an MPhil in Therapeutic Sciences at the University of Cambridge. I hope next year to attend medical school and work in women's health.
Biology, Biology Molecular +5 more
I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016, where I studied philosophy and premedical studies. Since then, I've been a medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. I am a third year medical student.
Biology, Chemistry +3 more
I am in my final year of study at Yale University, where I am double majoring in History and Economics. I have tutored for the past 6 years, and have worked with students on Maths, Economics, Physics, History and English: I'm very comfortable tutoring in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM fields. I have also prepared students for the SAT and helped them write their college application essays.
Tutoring allows me not only to help students achieve their academic goals, but also make them more confident and comfortable in their academic careers.
Feel free to shoot me a message if you have any questions!
Calculus, Chemistry +5 more
I am a medical student studying at one of the top London medical schools, having received interviews and offers from UCL, Imperial, King's and Queen Mary (Barts) to study medicine.
I am enhanced DBS certified and have tutored/mentored over 50 students from KS2, KS3, GCSE, A-level, medical school entrance exams, medical school interviews and pre-clinical medical students.
All the medical school applicants I have mentored have gone on to gain places at medical school, with the majority gaining a place in their first-choice option.
I have conducted over 70 mock interviews for medicine and for other organisations/university societies, with many of these being 1-on-1. This has given me a strong understanding of what interviewers look for in candidates and how to best train them to excel.
COVID-19 has certainly proved to be a challenge to the education of many children. With some losing motivation, the drive to learn or even just missing lessons. I currently have students I am working hard to overcome these challenges with and I relish the opportunity to work with more. Please feel free to get in touch!
Biology, Chemistry +9 more
Hi! I studied Kinesiology and completed the pre-dental curriculum at the University of Maryland. I can teach sciences and English.
Dana is currently an undergraduate student at Princeton University, majoring in Neuroscience.
Biology, Biology Molecular +1 more
Siyun (Cheryl) C.
Cheryl has been a student studying Biological Natural Sciences at Cambridge since 2017.
She is an advocate for proteins from plant-based sources, having led a society that spoke on the United Nations. Cheryl’s passion is research, in genetically engineered rice and bioinformatical research in rare genetic diseases, which is awaiting publication on Nature.
She has been tutoring science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) from 13+ up to A Levels since 2016. She is experienced in Oxbridge admissions process, having given public talks and interviews for renowned magazine articles (Study Abroad magazine, 2018). She is experienced in giving interview mocks and advices, covering entrance exams (materials and tactics), revising and brainstorming for PS’s.
She also corrects and advises general US and UK application essays and interviews, from undergraduate studies all the way up to PhD statements and proposals. Her success cases includes 3 Cambridge Natural sciences undergraduates, one Cambridge graduate studying a Master’s degree, and one computational biology PhD in France.
She is experienced in teaching standardised exams such as IELTS, TOEFL, SAT, SAT subject tests, ACT.
She is fluent in both English and Chinese and can teach Chinese.
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