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I am an experienced tutor with over 5 years of experience. As a former scientist in the biotechnology industry and resident physician in pediatrics, I have helped numerous students achieve 90th percentiles and above on the SAT and ACT. I have also worked with pre-medical college undergraduates preparing for the MCAT, many of whom have gone on to attend some of the country's top medical schools.
I help boost students' confidence, review commonly tested science and math concepts, and illustrate key test-taking strategies.
I began SAT tutoring for a major test prep company in 2006 and later became an MCAT tutor. I have also tutored for academic subjects such as genetics, biology, physics, chemistry, algebra, geometry, and calculus. I currently specialize in SAT preparation, but am highly active in high school and undergraduate math and science teaching.
I began as a trained, certified SAT instructor for the Princeton Review in 2006. I have since tutored SAT and ACT math students, helping most of my ACT students achieve scores above a 31 on the math portion of the exam.
I have tutored ACT Sciences for one year. I have tutored students one-on-one as well as through online sessions via Skype. Most of my students have achieved above a 90th percentile on this section.
I was first trained to tutor and worked for the Princeton Review in 2007. I since received my M.D. degree from UC San Diego and have helped tutor pre-medical and other undergraduate students studying biology, chemistry, and physics, as well as test prep for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
I began tutoring chemistry in 2007 for the physical sciences portion of the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT). I have since graduated from UC San Diego School of Medicine and have remained active as a chemistry tutor for college undergraduates and pre-medical students preparing for the MCAT.
I was first trained to tutor for the MCAT at the Princeton Review in 2007. I since received my M.D. degree from the University of California, San Diego and have conducted 1-on-1 tutoring for pre-medical students preparing for the MCAT.
I was first trained to tutor for the Princeton Review in 2007. I since received my M.D. degree from UC San Diego and have tutored organic chemistry students and pre-medical students preparing for the biological sciences section of the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
I began tutoring physics for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) in 2007. I have since graduated from the UC San Diego School of Medicine and continue to lead high school and undergraduate physics sessions, including test prep for the MCAT. Most of my MCAT students have achieved an 85 percentile or above the physical sciences portion of the exam.
In high school I scored a 780 on the math portion of the SAT. I later became a trained, certified instructor for the Princeton Review. I went on to conduct one-on-one tutoring for SAT students, helping improve their math score by an average of 210 points. I remain active as a tutor for SAT and ACT math students, conducting both in-person study sessions and tutoring via Skype.
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