The College of Saint Elizabeth (Biology)
University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ (Master's)
My parents often told me that I would be a "lifelong student" since I have always enjoyed being in a classroom. I truly believe that you can always learn more in life and that glass ceilings are meant to be shattered.
As an undergraduate student majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry, I worked as a tutor for college-aged students as well as middle school students. As a college tutor, I was responsible for one on one biology tutoring as well as small group sessions for biology test preparation. As a one-on-one tutor for grammar school children, I was responsible for homework help and test preparation. There was such joy when one of my clients did well on a test or received an "A" on their science project. It is this joy and sense of accomplishment that I hope to instill in everyone I have the privilege of working with.
I currently hold a clinical science position and am hoping to continue my tutoring work in and around Boston. I have reliable transportation and will work with my client in whatever setting they are most comfortable.
I have a master's degree in Biomedical Science. I have 6 years of specialized scientific classroom work. Additionally I have worked in both laboratory and clinical research and truly have a passion for all that Science has to offer.
English and reading comprehension are an integral part of ensuring success in the classroom. I have been successful with the verbal and writing portions of the standardized GRE and truly enjoying working with students in these areas.
I look forward to meeting new people and helping them pave their way to success. I am happy to answer any questions you might have and look forward to working with you. My parents often told me that I would be a "lifelong student" since I have always enjoyed being in a classroom. I truly believe that you can always learn more in life and that glass ceilings are meant to be shattered.
As an undergraduate student majoring in biology with a minor
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