"Living to Learn. Learning to Live."
I am a medical graduate well versed in all of the life sciences (such as biology, chemistry, anatomy). I went to Penn State University. My concentrations of study there were Science and English, particularly English poetry and literature. In medical school, not only did I learn the basic medical sciences, but I also sharpened my skills of comprehensive reading, technical writing, as well as spoken communication skills, which are talents that I use on a daily basis. I love tutoring because I love interacting with people and was myself a beneficiary of tutors throughout my academic career. I am a teacher at heart, having taught in various venues, including summer camp, Sunday School, and one on one tutoring and mentoring sessions. I look forward to helping you learn while enjoying learning, and reaching your full potential.
Though my strength and tutoring experience mainly lies in teaching one and one, I am comfortable tutoring small groups of up to three students. I can tutor middle school, high school, college, and early level graduate students and have tutored students in all of these levels in the past in Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology, Ethics, English grammar, theater, and literature. More than just teaching a subject for a test or a semester, I hope to impart to the student a love of learning the subject, a life lesson and motivation that will help them to succeed at learning anything in life. Being the child and spouse of immigrants gives me natural talent in teaching English as a second language (ESL), and especially English conversation, an essential element in assimilating to American culture and life. I am comfortable around dogs and cats, but no exotic reptiles, please.
I can help the student understand the important concepts of anatomy and physiology and correlate it to their coursework and clinical experiences. I have experience in tutoring many aspects of anatomy and physiology, including neuroanatomy, endocrine physiology, pharmacology and advanced mammalian physiology.
Cancellation Policy: Please contact me to cancel a session 2 hours before the scheduled session. Cancellations made due to inclement weather, traveling conditions, or certain extenuating and unforeseen circumstances will be assessed on a case by case basis. Students can email, phone, or text me. Sessions that are canceled less than two hours before the scheduled meeting time and "no show" sessions" may be levied a cancellation fee of 50% of what the entire session would have cost.
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