Every student is an individual and learns at their own pace and with their own style. It’s more important to me for them to understand their style and thrive, than to try to force a square peg into a round hole. Every student deserves equal treatment; some may be more forthcoming, these are easy to teach; it’s the students who desire success but may be more introverted or not know even where to start on success in your course that require more effort and may ultimately show the most gains from your class.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Neurobiological Science and my Master’s Degree in Medical Science. I am currently in med school to become a Medical Doctor.
I have experience teaching Anatomy Labs at Tallahassee Community College. Over the years, I have also tutored many students in one-on-one environments.
Runner, Bicycler, Reader. Volunteering currently with Christmas Connection in Tallahassee. Previously involved in various health fairs while in medical school. FAir amount of public health experience both internationally and domestically during college. I have enjoyed volunteering at Camp Boggy Creek, a camp for kids with life-threatening illnesses since 2007. Looking to try to learn how to salsa dance soon, and teach myself to play the keyboard.
STANDARDIZED TEST RESULTS
I received a score of 1460 out of 1600 on my SAT exam and a composite score of 29 on my MCAT exam.