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Villanova University (Political Science)
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (Other)
I enjoy teaching and working with students of all levels (grammar school, high school, college, and graduate level). I like to meet each student with where they are at and to find out the challenges they're experiencing with the subject matter and how we can work together to help them to retain and understand the information.
I am a doctor, and like to understand where each student is coming from and how I can best help them with their study skills. What I love about tutoring is seeing the students understand and grasp the material and do well on their tests.
While in medical school, I tutored in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, clinical analysis and case review, embryology, and microbiology. I recently taught Physical Examination and Clinical Assessment classes at the University of Bridgeport tutored the medical students in various clinical classes. I also helped the students to prepare for their clinical entry exams, promotion exams, and clinical exit exams.
I also currently tutor Honors biology. And I completed pharmacology courses throughout my medical school program and received all A's and one B. I was also tested heavily on my clinical boards for pharmacology and passed as a licensed physician.
I am easy to work with and like to build connections with each student. I enjoy finding out what motivates each student and how we can work together. I enjoy teaching and working with students of all levels (grammar school, high school, college, and graduate level). I like to meet each student with where they are at and to find out the challenges they're experiencing with the subject matter and how we can work together to help them to
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