Rhianna is an experienced tutor who is dedicating to helping her students build their confidence and succeed, not just in their subjects, but as writers and learners. Her tutoring approach involves assessing the individual needs of each student, crafting a schedule suited to develop their unique challenges, and using targeted feedback to develop their critical thinking skills. In this way, she aims to help her students realise their academic potential, helping them gain the confidence to 'help themselves' through a problem come exam time by using the techniques studied in her lessons. Having graduated from Melbourne Girls Grammar in 2020 with an ATAR of 99.40, Rhianna’s focus is on exam preparation and tailoring students’ writing skills to meet the demands of a question, employing a multi-disciplinary approach to help her students succeed across a range of subjects. She achieved a raw study score of 47 in Biology, and 42 in both English Literature and Philosophy, continuing to develop her academic skills at ANU studying a double degree of Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) and Medical Science. Drawing on an extensive sample of practice essays and questions, Rhianna aims to inspire adaptability in her students, helping them to simplify complex exam-style tasks into easily identifiable goals which can be met under time pressure - a skill which is applicable to both the science and humanities subjects she tutors. Her experience as a high school tutor, and as a personal and academic mentor for younger university students, means Rhianna prioritises regular communication and check-ins with her students, ensuring their learning goals are met, and that her tutoring approach remains flexible. Developing a relationship of trust, approachability and mutual learning with students is what she regards as key to the success of her lessons.