Alexandra is a friendly and engaging tutor, who aims to inspire others with her own passion for learning. She takes time to understand the individual needs of each learner, helping them to overcome any barriers, improve their confidence and reach their full potential. She prides herself on building great relationships with her students and their families, always listening to their concerns and tailoring the lessons to suit each student’s learning style.
Alexandra attended St Paul’s Girls’ School in Hammersmith, where she achieved A* grades in Biology and Chemistry and an A grade in Maths at A Level. This led her to study at University College London (UCL) for a BSc in Immunology and Infection, where she graduated top of her year in 2018 with a 1st Class Honours degree. She was awarded the prize for Best Dissertation and the Jackson Lewis Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement by the UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences. She will begin studying Graduate Medicine at Imperial College London in October.
She is passionate about her subject and enjoys tutoring students in Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Maths. Having recently been through the process herself, she is also in a great position to successfully tutor students for university applications, interviews and the UKCAT and BMAT medical admissions tests.