I am a fourth-year biochemistry student at the University of Maryland with a 3.7 GPA and 2 years of tutoring experience.
After receiving a 2260 on the SAT and recently taking the MCAT which I studied for 2 years for, I will be entering medical school in the fall of 2013. In my two years as a tutor at the university, I have worked with about 30 students for a cumulative 50 hours. As a tutor, I focus on highlighting overarching concepts such as electron delocalization in organic chemistry, the conditions of constant velocity in physics, and the electronic character of atomic nuclei in general chemistry.
By coupling an emphasis on the most important general principles with a focus on working through practice problems, I have received much positive feedback from the students I tutor.
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