UniMelb Health Tutor Sybil
Hi, I'm Sybil! VERY RESPONSIVE
I'm a UniMelb student studying Health.
Hi university students! My name is Sybil and I am currently taking Doctor of Medicine in the University of Melbourne. I finished undergraduate degree with a WAM of 80+ in Bachelor of Science (Major in Physiology) & Diploma in Music (Piano) in 2019, and I will be offering tutoring in anatomy, physiology and neuroscience, which I achieved H1.
I will be adopting a personal approach of teaching to help you not only gain a solid foundation on concepts and systematic ways to solve a variety of problems, but also cover a greater understanding on knowledge and real life application. My teaching is tailored to each student's academic workload and capability.
Furthermore, I will provide extra advice on stress coping and the balance between study and extracurricular activities. Students are also welcomed to discuss about pathways and volunteering. I have great experience in how to maximise learning and career opportunities as I've achieved the Melbourne Global Awards for my overseas exchange and research project in my Bachelor degree.
I've been a member of First Aider in St John Ambulance Victoria since 2018, delivering first aid service in public events with ongoing weekly divisional training. I conducted a research project in the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong in 2019, giving presentation externally to the general public with other 80+ posters of international candidates in the Chinese University of Hong Kong and internally within the department to professors.
Lessons will be available at the Glen Waverley library and around the University of Melbourne.
Tutoring experience includes:
- Friday Night School: tutoring refugees in Richmond, VIC (Sept 2014 – Sept 2015)
- Chinese Rural Education Initiative (CREI) 2017 Shaanxi Programme. (Nov – Dec 2017)
- IB & VCE Mathematics tutoring (March 2016 - current)
- Year 10 Mathematics and science tutoring (Feb 2017 - current)
- Piano Teacher in Piano & Music Society (PAMS) in the University of Melbourne. (August 2019 - current)
English, Mandarin, Cantonese