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Emma Cherry

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Emma is a highly experienced and enthusiastic tutor who strives to not only instil a deep level of understanding in her students, but also to inspire excitement and engagement with content material. Since completing the IB Diploma with a 44/45 in 2020, she has a plethora of knowledge in a range of areas and is excellent at managing time and organising herself efficiently. Emma attended Queenwood School on a full academic scholarship. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Honours/Bachelor of Science Honours (Environmental Science) at the University of Sydney on the Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship.

Subjects Taught:

Geography
Geography
Mathematics
Mathematics
Science
Science
IB Biology
IB Biology
IB Chemistry
IB Chemistry
IB Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS)
IB Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS)
IB Extended Essay (EE)
IB Extended Essay (EE)
IB Literature
IB Literature
IB Mathematics AA
IB Mathematics AA
IB Mathematics AI
IB Mathematics AI
IB Theory of Knowledge (TOK)
IB Theory of Knowledge (TOK)

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Results and Qualifications:

  • ATAR: 99.75 (IB 44)
  • School: Queenwood (Full-Scholarship)
  • University: Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering Honours/Bachelor of Science Honours (Environmental Science) at the University of Sydney (Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship)

Approach to Tutoring:

Emma is energetic, enthusiastic, and positive tutor with an innate love of learning. She strives to create an environment where her students are not only comfortable with the material being learnt, but also engaged, focused, and eager.

Emma has a highly personalised and dynamic method of tutoring, receiving constant feedback from her students to strengthen their weaknesses and inspire a critical, profound understanding of the course content. She adopts different styles of teaching to complement the student's preferred style of learning and ensure that their full academic potential is met. By engaging with the way her students learn, Emma encourages critical thinking and ensures students have the ability to both work collaboratively and think independently. She strives to emphasise her students' strengths so that they can conquer any academic challenge confidently.

Biography:

Emma grew up in Sydney's Northern Beaches. She both balanced and excelled in a range of extracurricular activities such as debating, surf life saving, netball, music, and leadership during her time at high school.

Upon graduating, Emma decided to combine her love for maths and science with her passion for environmental conservation by initially studying Mathematics and Wildlife Conservation before changing to Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Science. This passion continued to grow as she volunteered at National Parks and nature reserves around the Northern Beaches. Emma plans to pursue a PhD in engineering after completing her undergraduate degree where she hopes to continue working collaboratively with her knowledge in a range of disciplines.

In addition to tutoring, Emma enjoys volunteering at local national parks along with completing regular hikes and trail runs. She loves American literature and also enjoys playing piano. Emma also plays netball weekly.

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