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A second-year medical student and Prince Philip Scholar, Kenny is approachable, keen, and resilient at what he does. Having studied in different countries and in varying teaching environments, he adapts well to the situation and is always glad to help others succeed in their goals.
He is now our Subject Tutor
who helps with :
Educational Background and Biography
Medicine (MB BChir) - The University of Cambridge - Graduating in 2024
International Baccalaureate Examinations (44/45) - Singapore International School - May 2018
Currently reading medicine at the University of Cambridge with the aid of the prestigious Prince Philip Scholarship, he intends to share the values his parents gave to him, most importantly the thirst for knowledge. The research environment in Cambridge has also encouraged him to seek opportunities for lab work, he is currently planning on conducting research this summer in antibody engineering which will hopefully improve the efficiency and targeting of cancer immunotherapy.
Teaching Approach and Experience
His goal is always to provide personalised and interactive teaching, where tutoring sessions are more of a discussion. He achieves this by often asking questions related to the topic on hand, as well as relating the things he teaches to everyday objects or events. Through this, he shapes a non-paternalistic, conversational environment where the student enjoys the lesson as much as he does, and both learn from and about each other.
His wide range of experience includes:
GCSE, A-level and IB subjects
University admissions (personal statement writing, interview guidance) for Oxbridge, HKU/CUHK, and other UK and US universities
Lower Secondary Science and English in international, local and overseas boarding schools
Medical sciences, Essay writing, and IB Extended Essay advice
He has tutored full-time and part-time at tuition centres, as well as done private/online tuition. Together, they have formed a solid foundation for him to reflect and improve upon his teaching skills. Additionally, the supervision system in Cambridge has also heavily influenced his style of teaching - being more of an enjoyable discussion than a lecture, which is what he strives to do.