Tabatha is an experienced, patient and empathetic tutor who adapts to the individual student’s way of absorbing and retaining information; delivering information in a tailor-made fashion that the student can engage with. All of her students to date have worked with her from their very first lesson until the examination period, many of them returning for advice further down their educational paths; a credit to Tabatha’s ability to relate to her students, and develop their trust and rapport.
She has tutored numerous students of varying abilities and backgrounds on a private basis for 15 years, and is well versed in all the major examination specifications. She tutors Chemistry and Biology up to A-level, in addition to Physics and Mathematics up to GCSE. Her main focus is on examination technique; working through past papers and exam-style questions to enable the student to provide model answers, perform their best under pressure and to boost self-confidence.
Tabatha tutors alongside a managerial role in the Bioscience sector. Born in Yorkshire, she moved to London to study and obtained her PhD in Clinical Pharmacology at University College London in 2007, subsequent to studying for her MRes in Biological Sciences and BSc (Hons) in Molecular Genetics.
She has significant experience working as a laboratory scientist in a prestigious cancer research lab, where she published some exciting findings related to childhood leukemia. She enjoys having a few students under her wing at any given time; ‘there is a special satisfaction to be had from helping the next generation to fulfill their potential and witness the rewards that follow.’