The best way to learn difficult concepts is by understanding the building blocks. If something seems too complicated, it simply needs to be broken down into smaller pieces. Tiny building blocks, tricks and analogies to remember and understand complex or abstract ideas and repetition…those are the keys for learning success!
I find many subjects interesting. For this reason, I have a Bachelor’s Degree with honors in English, a Professional Educator Certification, a Master’s of Art in Psychology with a focus in Behavioral Neuroscience and 2 years of work towards a Ph.D. in Integrative Biology and Neuroscience.
I have extensive experience working with students for SATs, ACTs and SSATs. I also have experience teaching in classrooms nationally and internationally. Additionally, I also tutor students in one-on-one environments. I have worked with students from Kindergarten through high school.
I enjoy volunteering (FAU Science Olympiad, Memory Wellness Center, Undergraduate Journal Reviewer, etc) and participating in outreach/ community involvement activites (Society for Neuroscience Palm Beach Outreach, Miami Science Museum Science Communication Fellow). Lastly, I enjoy writing and hope to someday publish a children’s book.
STANDARDIZED TEST RESULTS
I received a score of 29 on my ACT exam.