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I am in medical school and so needed to develop great study skills over the years. As an eternal student, I have had plenty of time to develop my skills and have helped students with their difficulties studying using many of my methods. As a tutor, I always impart skills to help my students and emphasize the importance of proper study habits to success.
I successfully completed two years of differential calculus at the college level. I also tutored this subject in college as well. This was also a requirement for medical school.
I worked for Harvard University to encourage high school students to apply. In medical school, I am part of a mentoring program that encourages students to apply to medical school and even reviews their qualifications,essays, MCAT scores, etc. in order to help them through the process of applying. I also have very recent experience with these processes as I am currently in medical school. I am an interviewer for Harvard as well and so know what it takes to get into a competitive school and how to direct students in their development with their career desires.
I worked for Harvard University to encourage high school students to apply. I was an advisor to students to help them get in to college. In medical school, I wad part of a mentoring program that encouraged students to apply to medical school and even reviewed their qualifications, essays, MCAT scores, etc. in order to help them through the process of applying. I am an interviewer for Harvard as well and so know what it takes to get into a competitive school and how to direct students in their development with their career desires. As a teacher, I also help my students apply, write common applications, review letters of recommendation, and help them prepare for standardized testing.
I received an A (4.0) in the Harvard University undergraduate level course. I was asked to be a teaching fellow to assist others in this subject. This job required that I attend lectures two times per week, hold office hours, teach sections every week, grade exams, and help students at every point in their learning process.
I successfully completed the pharmacology curriculum at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. In addition, I also received a passing grade at Harvard Medical School for pharmacology as an undergraduate.
I have taken two Praxis exams and achieved the ETS Recognition of Excellence award for near-perfect scores. I have tutored other teachers to help them prepare and pass their exams.