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Tyler J.

Medical Student | 514 MCAT | Study Smarter. Score Higher

Medical Student | 514 MCAT | Study Smarter. Score Higher

$60/hour

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I am a first year medical student at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. I received my B.S. from Oakland University in Health Sciences while also playing Division 1 baseball for the Golden Grizzlies. While at Oakland University, I maintained a 3.94 cumulative GPA. I then went on to take the MCAT, scoring in the 91st percentile, and subsequently becoming admitted to my top-choice medical school.

I have a passion for helping students understand the underlying concepts and...

I am a first year medical student at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. I received my B.S. from Oakland University in Health Sciences while also playing Division 1 baseball for the Golden Grizzlies. While at Oakland University, I maintained a 3.94 cumulative GPA. I then went on to take the MCAT, scoring in the 91st percentile, and subsequently becoming admitted to my top-choice medical school.

I have a passion for helping students understand the underlying concepts and principles behind the sciences. I stress that cramming and regurgitating information for the sake of getting a good grade will always come back to haunt students. Rather, I seek to empower my students to understand the material and be able to apply the information to the "real world." Until this mindset is achieved, scoring high on a standardized test like the MCAT will be nearly impossible.

Maintaining a high level of academic success while also competing in college athletics forced me to study efficiently. I am confident in my ability to help pass these techniques onto you, especially in pre-med related coursework, as I am fresh off learning the material myself.

I spent 3 months studying for the MCAT 20+ hours a week. I know first-hand how difficult this test is to study for, but I believe that along the way I gained valuable insight into content review, test taking strategies, and overall learning habits that will help you get the score you need on the MCAT.

The fact that you are on this site looking for some help already tells me that you are a motivated individual looking to better yourself as a student. Knowing that makes me extremely excited to work with you, and I can't wait to help you reach your academic goals!


Education

Oakland University
Pre-Med
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
MD

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Biology

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Biology

Science

Anatomy,

Anatomy

As a former accepted physical therapy student and division 1 athlete, anatomy has always been one of my favorite subjects. I received a 4.0 in my undergraduate Anatomy and Anatomy Lab courses. I am excited for the opportunity to assist you with your anatomy courses, while also ensuring that I keep up with the material prior to medical school.
Genetics,

Genetics

I have studied genetics topics in my undergraduate Biology and Genetics courses, along with while studying for the MCAT. Scoring in the 91st percentile on my MCAT and receiving a 4.0 in Genetics and Biology in undergrad should illustrate my dedication to studying the sciences, especially genetics.
Nutrition,

Nutrition

I received a 4.0 in my undergraduate nutrition course. I have studied nutrition topics extensively for the MCAT, other undergraduate courses, and as a division 1 athlete. I am fascinated with how efficiently our bodies can extract nutrients and energy from the foods we consume. I hope to pass my knowledge base and passion for the subject of human nutrition onto my students.
Physiology,

Physiology

I have studied physiology extensively throughout undergrad and while preparing for the MCAT. During undergrad, I was a research assistant in a large study of division 1 athletes, where I was responsible for the measuring and interpretation of numerous physiological variables. I have earned a 4.0 in multiple upper level physiology courses and it's arguably my favorite subject to teach.
Biochemistry, Biology

Sports/Recreation

Nutrition

Nutrition

I received a 4.0 in my undergraduate nutrition course. I have studied nutrition topics extensively for the MCAT, other undergraduate courses, and as a division 1 athlete. I am fascinated with how efficiently our bodies can extract nutrients and energy from the foods we consume. I hope to pass my knowledge base and passion for the subject of human nutrition onto my students.

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Biology

Test Preparation

MCAT

MCAT

Upon declining a physical therapy school acceptance, I spent three short months studying for the MCAT 20 hours a week. After receiving a 514 and getting into my top-choice medical school, I now host a podcast called "The CodeBlue MCAT Podcast" and tutor students for this difficult standardized test. I seek to empower my students to understand the underlying concepts and principles behind the material instead of just memorizing the little details. It is only when this mindset is achieved that students will get the score they're looking for on the MCAT.

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Knowledgeable and passionate tutor

He showed me different study techniques for Bio, in addition to showing me some tips and software he used called Anki that helps to reinforce things I need to memorize for assessments.

Jonathan, 20 lessons with Tyler
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$60/hour

Tyler J.

$60/hour

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Response time: 17 hours