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As illustrated below, there are a number of advantages to mentoring. However, as a medical student mentoring can also serve as a great boost to your reflective portfolio as evidence of mentoring/teaching experience to help give you a competitive edge when applying for medical speciality training places in the future.
Depending on your pricing and availability, you could earn up to £1,500 per month. However, there are many more advantages to mentoring than the additional income you’ll receive.
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This means you’re in control - we don’t set prices – you do! Mentors connect with students and parents directly to agree on scope of work, timescale and fees, etc. A great experience for you before you leave university and prepare for full-time employment.
No spare time as you have assignments due or exams? No problem, you can update your availability as often as you need. You are always in control.
This is a unique platform where you, the mentor/tutor, are in control. Therefore, you set your availability and price, and we don’t take a cut – the prices you set for your services are what you receive. Therefore, you should make more money.
You build your own brand with your clients – they get to know and trust you and you simply build your network through us. This is an excellent way to boost your CV and profile in preparation for when you leave university and set off into the real world.
As if you need yet another reason, while you do all of the above, your CV and profile is also being enhanced and helps you stand out from the crowd. In fact, we even invite potential employers with internships to make contact with you if you wish.
Can it get much better than this?
Not at all, in fact, we prefer it! You will not be tutoring for us anyway; you will be offering your mentoring and/or tutoring services on behalf of yourself. This means you build your own personal brand rather than work for someone else's and earn 100% of what you charge, because we don't take a cut of your prices.
Setting up a profile does not mean you are necessarily committing to giving up any time right away. It just means your profile can be found (and ranked by Google and social media) so you can pick and choose when you can assist if you become available in the future. If you are unable to help an applicant immediately, then you can simply refer them to another Mentor (that is available) internally.
So it's a good reason to get your profile up just so applicants can approach you when you do become available.
Like with your fees, that's up to you too. However, we prefer our mentors not to spend too much time as their primary focus should be on their own studies and success - what makes them a successful mentor in the first place!
As we are committed to promoting the opportunities we offer, we offer a Widening Access to Medicine Scheme so we require all qualified mentors to commit to at least one hour per month at no cost to support qualified applicants that may not be able to afford paying any fees to our mentors.
Yes - we are a student marketplace and therefore any university student, who may be mentoring other applicants, can also get mentored by other university students. After all, our mission is to enhance the application journey from school, to university and all the way to employment.
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applications and support you with necessary feedback.
We do not insist that mentors have extensive experience in mentoring or tutoring as we let the applicants make this judgement themselves during their discovery call.
However, we ask that all mentors and/or tutors are:
Most mentors/tutors that we accept usually commit up to 5 hours per week of their time, leaving enough time to focus on their university course!