I am a medical doctor undergoing specialized training. I have been hooked on to teaching since I was in highschool. I love teaching, be it anything. I have an expertise on medical subjects and I have taught countless of students throughout my time in medical school. Most of my students have always been extremely satisfied with my style and have also scored very well in their exams. I take a humble pride in the skill that I have and I wish to deliver it to students that need it the most.
I usually hold free trial classes with students for a period of time so that the student can decide if I am the right tutor for them.
Teaching is an act of service to others. I love how I could be of help to so many people and be a part of their goal. It's a satisfaction that's indescribable because so much in the world is possible when someone can find success in their academic life.
She’s very knowledgeable and helpful.
She is a very patient tutor and goes through lessons with me so that I understand the content. I would highly recommend her without reservation. She teaches me my first year subjects.
Usually, I assess where the student stands in their academic journey. I try to cater to the students' needs based on what they really want the most out of the tutoring process. If a student is repeatedly failing their courses, I would start off with knowing which semester they are in, what is their goal and how much time they are willing to invest. Based on such information, I will train the student to effectively learn the concepts out of their lecture notes and books to the point where they can be self sufficient. I will teach them to prioritize contents and describe ideas in simple terms for easy retention of the material.
I have always been a straight A student throughout my life. I have graduated medical school in honors as well. However, being able to teach does not stem from those achievements but it is true that my teaching skills has made it easier for me to hack the exam taking system. I can prioritize what's important and even predict how a particular professor would frame his questions. I do not know what has given me this ability, but I do know that this ability has helped me in many areas of my life - the ability to learn effectively.
Currently, I am a doctor and I still hold the passion of teaching. Throughout my training life I wish to serve more and more people in learning exactly what's needed for them to succeed in academic life (Atleast in medicine :p)