I'm a recent MIT graduate with dual degrees in Biology and Chemistry, and my research has been on cancer and the immune system. Teaching has been a long-time passion of mine and I hope to continue teaching throughout my life time. I have tutored SAT Math, SAT II and various science subjects since 2006. During my time at MIT I was a teaching assistant for six semesters in Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry and Cell Biology classes, and I continuously served as a tutor in the department. In add... [more]
I majored in chemistry and biology in college. I have 7+ years experience in tutoring chemistry to all levels.
I'm currently a medical student and have completed courses in physiology and pathophysiology, in addition to detailed organ based physiology such as the endocrine system
I received my bachelors in biology. In college I was a teaching assistant for Biology and Biochemistry classes, all part of the core contents of the MCAT. I have been tutoring MCAT science topics for two years, working with students on study plans, specific subject tutoring, and test taking skills.
I have completed my undergraduate in biology. I have taken multiple classes in genetics, computational biology and population analyses. I'm currently a medical student and have completed epidemiology and medical genetics.
I have dual degrees in Biology and Chemistry. I have taken Organic chemistry I, II and advanced organic chemistry along with 2 semesters of organic chemistry lab during my time at MIT. In addition, I was a teaching assistant for Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry classes.
I have done my undergraduate in biology and have taken a pharmacology class. I'm currently a medical student and have completed medical pharmacology. I have been tutoring MCAT Physical and Biological section topics.
I am currently a medical student at the Ochsner clinical school. I have 1 year of experience organizing and teaching basic science tutorials as well as organ systems' tutorials to first and second years students at my medical school. My approach to teaching the USMLE is focusing on mechanisms and understanding, rather than brute memorization.