After achieving 9 A*s and 3 As at GCSE, Rasha went on to achieve all As in Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry at A-level. From there, she started studying Medicine at Imperial College London where she is currently in her final year and has already achieved a First Class honours degree in Haematology in her 4th year.
After being the youngest person to complete the Kumon course at her centre in Mathematics at the age of 13, Rasha began working as a tutor there for 5 years. It was at this young age that her passion for tutoring began. She tutored both younger students and those older than her which equipped her with a variety of skills that allowed her to adapt her teaching style based on the learning needs of her tuttees. The huge sense of accomplishment in aiding others to achieve their potential is what motivated her to continue tutoring privately when she moved away from home for medical school.
For the past 6 years of medical school, Rasha has been balancing her medical studies with her passion for teaching. She has tutored privately throughout the years and has coached a vast number of students from primary school, to 11+ and 13+ entrance exams, through to GCSE and A-level. She tutors a range of subjects and specialises in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. In the past 2 years, she has also gained a lot of experience tutoring many children and young adults with learning difficulties including autism, ADHD and dyslexia. She is extremely passionate about this and loves combining her medical knowledge with her tutoring skills to ensure the tuttee’s future success by equipping them with skills for life.
Rasha aims to always provide lessons that are as enjoyable as they are educational. With her enthusiasm and teaching skills, she hopes to provide her students with knowledge for their exams, and skills they can apply and use for life. She also wishes to demonstrate to each student their own unique capabilities and build their self-esteem and confidence both within education and in themselves.