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Friendly and individualist AQA, A Level Psychology/ general Psychology (preferably 1st years) tutoring in Bath/Exeter or online (Zoom) My approach is very individualistic- some students prefer going through exam questions and some prefer lessons on specific topics. I tend to go over the topic that the student would like to go through, make sure they fully understand and then finish with some assisted exam questions as this, in my personal experience, is what will make a difference. I’m more than happy to go over work a student has completed in ‘class’ if the understanding isn’t there, and try and make lessons as interesting and enjoyable as possible! For A level, my experience is with AQA, however, I can also tutor from other exam boards In September (2021), I will be entering the second year of my degree program (Msci Applied, Clinical, Psychology) at Exeter University. I took A-Levels in Psychology (A), Sociology (A), Music (C) and Maths in Context (B). After university, I hope to train to become a Clinical Psychologist. I have experience in tutoring (2 years) in all areas of psychology, including statistics. Moreover, tutoring experience in essay writing and short answer exam questions & am more than happy to give studying advice (note that this advice is entirely my own opinion, from my experience, therefore, it may not work for everyone). 2+ years of experience working with and supporting vulnerable adults and children. I’m friendly and reliable and understand that everyone learns in a different way so therefore adopt that when teaching. Please do get in touch if you have any further questions!
Psychology
English · Psychology · Sociology
Able to provide support in A-Level Psychology and English Literature. My experience: I've got extensive experience supporting others in an academic and non-academic setting. I have six years’ experience tutoring students aged 4 - 16 years old. I worked with students on their work assignments as well as setting extra work to help students reach the next level in their potential. I use scientifically-ratified methods to ensure students are working to the highest level of efficiency. I am able to work with students with SEN, using scientific tools like Pictorial Exchange Program to support students in their academic and social skills while reducing the likelihood of “meltdowns.” Over those six years, I honed my ability to break down difficult topics into easily digestible lectures for each child. By using a person-centred approach, I helped the students learn in the manner most effective to them. I have a degree in Psychology BSc from Royal Holloway, University of London (ranked 9th in the UK for Psychology). I achieved an upper-second class with honours (2:1). This includes a first-class final year project. I undertook classes such as Learning & Memory and Developmental Psychology which gave me insights into how to achieve the highest level of productivity and information retention - tools that I utilised to complete my degree. I'm currently studying Medicine. While at university, I worked as a peer mentor where I provided individualised support to first year students. My caseload of students where those who were nervous upon their acceptance to university. I aided them in their transition to university by creating a safe space for them to approach me with their academic queries and social anxieties. I have excellent interpersonal skills that allowed me to build productive relationships with my students wherein they felt comfortable approaching me when in crisis. I am currently a Recovery Worker, providing support to homeless individuals in London. I specialise in providing person-centred, personalised support to entrenched rough sleepers with particularly high and complex physical, mental and substance misuse support needs. I have an outstanding record of ensuring my clients stay off the street and move along in their recovery process. This is done by having a keen eye for assessing individuals, even those who are difficult to engage and creating realistic and productive action plans. Through my dedication to belief in uplifting others and identifying a shortfall in the care provided to my most vulnerable clients, I created a successful partnership with the Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club to provide one-to-one health and fitness support to homeless people in London. Moreover, borne from a drive to give back to my local community while at University, I organised, planned and executed a school-based programme. I partnered with Age Exchange, a charity dedicated to reducing loneliness in society's most vulnerable populations, to design a ten-week programme. I used cutting edge reminiscence arts and tactile objects to help rejuvenate the memories of those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. I liaised with local schools and care homes to link elderly individuals with local schools. Through this, I developed my ability to communicate efficiently and effectively online by creating a weekly newsletter for my volunteers, running a community page and keeping clear and open channels of communication with all parties. The programme was a tremendous success, earning the Queen's Award for Outstanding Voluntary Service which was presented by HRH Princess Anne. Furthermore, the Mayor of Runnymede came to visit, and it was featured in the local news. For my dedication to the voluntary service, I received a Gold Passport Award from Royal Holloway, University of London. I believe I am the excellent candidate to help students fulfil their potential. I have excellent time management skills as evidenced by my exemplary community outreach work while studying towards a Bachelor of Science degree. I have the drive and patience to work with students who are struggling and the ambition to help those who would like to achieve more.
English · Science · Psychology
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Psychology Bachelors Degree Tutoring and Help Lessons (Borehamwood)
Talia
Talia is a great teacher! She’s passionate about teaching and psychology. She planned her teaching material based on my needs, which I really appreciate. I like her teaching style - clear and well structure. I highly recommend her lesson!
Review by TRACY
Introduction and advanced Psychology (and Research Methodology) (Glasgow)
Sahen
Had an hour covering some statistics (Chi square / McNemar) and really benefited. Sahen is very fluent in discussing statistics, data and methods at a high level (currently working at an MSc level).
Review by JAMES