I am a fourth-year MD-PhD candidate with a B.S. in Cellular and Developmental Biology and two minors in Chemistry and Mathematics. My standardized test scores were always strong: SAT 1550/1600, MCAT 41/45, and GMAT 780/800. Those scores are within the 99%-tile. Why is this important? As opposed to class tests where the teacher designs a class geared towards leading you to an answer, standardized tests are designed to trick you! I did well on these tests because I know how to avoid traps.... [more]
I am a MD-PhD student at UC Denver with over 10 years experience tutoring in math and science.
i scored a perfect 170 score after studying on my own. I have a formula for success with a clear and rigorous curriculum and tips for potential traps added to throw off test-takers.
I am an MD-PhD student with an MCAT score of 41/45 in 2013. I actively tutored students from UCI last summer on the MCAT with the inclusion of the new subjects in psychology and sociology as well.
I received an A+ in Biostastics at the university level. Also, I use biostatistics on 5 extra-curricular, NSF-funded research projects in the field of Biology.
Graduated from CSU-Fullerton in Biology with a concentration in Cellular and Developmental Biology. I am also an MD-PhD student focused on aging and regeneration. One of the major themes in this research is STEM-cell research. This field of research relies heavily on genetics and biochemistry. So in addition to having theoretical knowledge, I have practical knowledge that I can apply towards my lessons if there is a need for anecdotes.
Took linear algebra and received an A+ at CSU-Fullerton. I have a minor in abstract mathematics and currently an MD-PhD student, so using math on a weekly basis is normal for me.
I received an A+ and A in both semesters of Organic Chemistry and was a Supplemental Instructor at CSU-Fullerton for 2 years. Currently in MD-PhD school, so the knowledge is fresh in my head as I use it on a weekly basis.