Case Western Reserve University (Chemistry)
New York Medical College - Ongoing (MD)
Hello everyone! My name is William! I am a rising 2nd year at New York Medical College pursuing my MD degree. I originally grew up just outside of Boston and will be back in the area throughout the summer, and hope to get the opportunity to work with students in a productive and exciting way.
I have several years of tutoring experience from my post college days. As an undergrad at Case Western Reserve University, where I received a degree in chemistry, I worked with many of my younger peers, particularly helping with the pre-med curriculum, mostly bio, chem and physics. Back home in Boston post graduation I spent all of the 2013/2014 academic year as an SAT/PSAT/ISEE tutor with a Boston area tutoring company, as well as working as a clinical researcher for a psychiatric pharmaceutical investigative team.
In my off time I enjoy a variety of outdoor activities including backpacking, kayaking, rock climbing and anything else that gets you exploring! I obviously love my Boston sports (it's hard being a student in New York) and I also consider myself to be an avid reader.
I have a lot of SAT math experience from my prior job as a tutor in 2013/14. Math has always been an area where I excelled as a student and I have had a lot of success raising students scores on the math portion of the exam.
I was a chemistry major in college and am a current medical student so science has been a life long passion of mine. Chemistry and physics are particular interests and I really enjoy teaching the problem solving techniques needed for mastery of the subject.
I have a lot of experience (700+ hours) as an SAT reading tutor. I will really help a student to break down the passage, set time constraints, and how to read and interpret questions correctly.
Looking forward to working with you! Don't hesitate to reach out! Hello everyone! My name is William! I am a rising 2nd year at New York Medical College pursuing my MD degree. I originally grew up just outside of Boston and will be back in the area throughout the summer, and hope to get the opportunity to work with students in a productive and exciting way.
I have several years of tutoring experience
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