Willetton, Western Australia
I am currently a Master of Forensic Science student at Murdoch University, with a Bachelor of Arts (Ancient History/Archeology) as well as a Bachelor of Science (Forensic Science). I am highly dedicated to my learning and academic career and I am very passionate about helping others achieve their goals by finding the teaching style that suits the student. I was myself tutored in primary school and loved the different styles of teaching that they offered me and the patience they gave, which was ultimately what made my experience with tutoring so rewarding. I try to emulate this experience with my own students by providing them with a patient, open and kind environment, in order to stimulate their natural curiosity in their subjects without the fear of failure or judgement. As their confidence grows, their motivation and dedication to their studies will increase, leading to better long-term results.


Primary subjects

English, Science, Early childhood

Secondary subjects

Biology, Chemistry, History (Ancient), Science (Junior)

Tertiary subjects

Anatomy, Biology, Ancient History, Human and Animal Physiology, Zooarchaeology, Forensic Science, Forensic Anthropology


English as a second language (ESL)

Academic history

ATAR Rank - 74.26

University of New England

Bachelor of Arts - Rank 5.60 - Completed 2018

University of New England

Bachelor of Science - Rank 5.93 - Completed 2019

Awards & scholarships

Head-Start Scholarship - 2013

Work experience

Griffith University

Research Assistant/Clinical Trials Coordinator - From 2019 to 2021

Personal Tutoring (own business)

Tutor - From 2014 to 2015