Throughout her academic career, Izzy has developed a range of techniques and skills that enable her to successfully tutor students with different learning styles. At the University of Bristol, Izzy led tutoring sessions to undergraduate students offering support in statistics, key biological concepts, and general study skills. As a postgraduate, Izzy tutored students in key lab skills, where she understood the importance of tailored techniques to improve the student’s ability to synthesise key information. She also marked undergraduate essays, assessments, and literature reviews. Here, her ability to provide fair, constructive, and meaningful criticism and goals enabled her to enhance the student’s education with great success. Through these roles, Izzy has developed a sound repertoire of techniques to engage, question, challenge and seek out areas of weakness within key knowledge when tutoring students from GCSE, A-level and above. A combination of both virtual and in-person learning techniques enables a tailored lesson to suit the student’s learning style and academic goals. Izzy is an enthusiastic, friendly, and empathetic individual enabling her to develop great relationships with her tutees.
Isabelle studied Biology at the University of Bristol where she achieved a First Class Honours degree. She received both the Rose Brancher Memorial Prize and the Biological Sciences prize for achieving the highest programme mark within Bsc Biology and the Life Sciences cohorts. After her BSc, Izzy completed a Masters by Research specialising in molecular plant science. Izzy is now embarking on a PhD at Imperial College London joint with Forest Research UK. Izzy achieved A* in both Chemistry and Biology and an A in History A levels. At GCSE Izzy achieved 9 A* grades (including Math, English, and Triple Science), 1A (English Literature) and 1B (French). She has confidence in all science disciplines.