Johns Hopkins University (Neuroscience)
I'm a recent graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, graduating with honors with degrees in Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, and Psychology. I will apply to medical school in 2 years and I am currently getting clinical experience working at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. I scored a 2300 on the SAT and have extensive work as a private SAT and ACT tutor, as well as experience teaching science, math, and grammar to middle school and high school students, and working as a STEM instructor. I would love the opportunity to work with you.
My teaching style focuses on the concepts behind questions rather than just focusing on memorizing equations or question types and hoping to get the right answer.
Once my student understands the concepts behind a question or topic, he will be equipped to answer any question type and will be able to confidently apply his knowledge. I will work with students to determine their strengths and weaknesses and to find which areas may need more instruction than others. I plan each lesson so it is specific for each individual student and best fits his or her learning style. I also create a structured plan of work they will do outside of the lesson to help them maximize their learning and grade improvement. I have worked with a large number of students in many different subject areas and know exactly what and how to teach so they not only understand the material but also grow to love the subject and are inspired to learn more on their own.
I'm a recent graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, graduating with honors with degrees in Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, and Psychology. I will apply to medical school in 2 years and I am currently getting clinical
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