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Ciaran McAuley - Private Tutor in London

Ciaran McAuley Private Tutor in London

I am currently medical student in St George's London, and I studied Natural Sciences in Cambridge. I have over 3 years experience teaching a broad range of subjects up to and including A level mathematics and science. I take a personal approach to tutoring, adapting my teaching style to each individual student to help them reach their full potential.

Subjects I Teach

My Education & Qualifications

  • St George's Medical School, 20122017
    Medicine (MBBS): Ongoing
  • University of Cambridge, 20092012
    Natural Sciences (BA): 2.1

My Tutoring & Teaching Experience

I have over 3 years experience as a private tutor, teaching subjects from 7+, 11+ through to A level mathematics. I have also experience tutoring SSAT exams. At St George's, I have been an anatomy demonstrator, teaching the junior medical students anatomy in the dissection room.

My Approach to Tutoring

I like to take a few lessons to get an appreciation of the strengths and weaknesses of each student. Once I have done so, I set challenges and aims for each student, and encourage the student to work through the problems they are having with guidance. I also believe many of the students I teach are capable of achieving their aims, so I do my best to instill confidence!

Fun Facts About Me

I like to spend my weekends cycling with my friends and have recently climbed many of the Tour de France climbs in the Pyrenees region in France. I used to play rugby, but stopped due to injuries to my hand. I am an aspiring neurosurgeon and spend some of my spare time completing research projects in this area. I am also a keen reader, and aim to read at least one book a month around my studies.

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