Jordan S.

Jordan S.


Berkley, MI 48072

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

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Emergency Medicine Resident specializing in sciences and test prep

Hello to all. My name is Jordan. I recently graduated from Medical School and will be tutoring throughout my residency in Emergency Medicine. I believe that I could be a valuable academic resource for you because of my success and my ability to teach that knowledge to others. For in classroom help, I am strongest in mathematics, science, and social studies. For tests and papers, it is my belief that anyone can perform well when they are properly taught the concepts and strategies. Thes... [more]

Algebra 1

Algebra 2




Government & Politics

Political Science Major at Michigan State University. I have first hand, practical, and theoretical knowledge of politics and government at the local, state, and national levels.







ACT Reading

ACT Science

This section of the test is about 2 parts: 1. comprehension of data 2. strategy I received a 35 on this section of the ACT and can help teach you the same strategies I learned.


I was in the 90th percentile for my MCAT prior to medical school. I have since kept up with the new MCAT formatting and test taking strategies as to advise pre-med students while working in an admissions advising capacity for my medical school.


I am a 3rd year medical student who had to extensively study biostatistics and epidemiology in order to pass Step 1 of the USMLE. I have also been part of many research projects involving biostatistics, and consistently read medical journals that universally utilize biostatistics. I have taken several courses on the matter and have been tested on it many times, of which I have passed easily. I received an A in biostatistics in med school.


I have studied and performed very well in genetics in medical school. After taking the course, the following semester, I was a Teaching Assistant in medical school for genetics. I am proficient and able to teach genetics to high school, undergraduate, and medical students.


I not only received a 4.0 in both my undergraduate pharmacology courses, but also a 4.0 in my graduate pharmacology course. The understanding of the concepts of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics is the first step to understanding pharmacology, the rest though is grasping what certain drug groups effects are on the body and then knowing, in detail, the primary and untoward effects of individual drugs. One should have a basic understanding, if not a good grasp, of physiology and biochemistry in order to perform well in pharmacology.


I beat the the USMLE averages on Step 1, 2, and 3. I am also good at preparing students for Step 2 CS. I have been a tutor for practice facilities and students in the past. I am currently an Emergency Medicine resident and therefore have to keep up to date on the knowledge base tested in all 4 of the USMLE exams.