UC Davis (Psychology, Pre-Med)
I have been tutoring for 5 years, beginning with long-term tutoring of elementary school students while I was in high school. During college, I was recruited to work as a psychology tutor for Foothill College, during which time my students' grades improved dramatically. I concurrently volunteered at a children's hospital to tutor students who were hospitalized for long periods of time, and assisted students from all grade levels in countless subjects, including English, algebra, biology, history, chemistry, and SAT preparation, among others. Once I transferred to UC Davis to complete my undergraduate degree, I began helping students prepare for the MCAT by tutoring them in subjects such as general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, biology, biochemistry, critical analysis and reasoning skills, psychology, and sociology.
I have always loved helping students succeed in their academic endeavors, and it would be my pleasure to help you or your child excel in any scholastic areas that could use some improvement!
My experiences navigating the pre-medical track during college have prepared me well to tutor others in science courses. I have maintained top grades at both colleges I attended, and succeeded on the MCAT with practice test scores and real scores ranging from the 95th to the 99.6th percentiles. I have been recruited by my physics department to work as a tutor, have received outstanding letters of recommendation from numerous science professors, and have an innate passion for learning and tutoring science material.
I look forward to hearing from you to discuss how we can best accomplish your academic goals in an environment that is fun, encouraging, challenging, and rewarding. I have been tutoring for 5 years, beginning with long-term tutoring of elementary school students while I was in high school. During college, I was recruited to work as a psychology tutor for Foothill College, during which time my students' grades improved dramatically. I concurrently
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