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The University of Michigan (Psychology, Biology)
Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (Enrolled)
I am a third year medical student at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson who is performing a year of melanoma research at NYU-Department of Dermatology. I graduated from The University of Michigan with a double major in Biology/Psychology and High Distinctions. I have experience tutoring elementary, high-school, and college students in science, specifically anatomy, biology, physiology, and psychology. One of my goals for each session is to create an individualized study plan and schedule based on each students needs. Additionally, I yearn to keep each student challenged and motivated, but never overwhelmed with the material. In addition to conquering topics in the sciences, I also aim to teach my students study techniques that can be applied in their future studies as well.
In addition to my qualifications tutoring science, I also offer assistance with applications to college and medical school.
I have a flexible schedule and try to best mimic my schedule with that of my students. I offer in person and online tutoring. I am happy to meet my students at a cafe, local library, or other public spot of their liking. I am willing to travel to meet my students within Manhattan! I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success in your studies and future endeavors! I am a third year medical student at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson who is performing a year of melanoma research at NYU-Department of Dermatology. I graduated from The University of Michigan with a double major in Biology/… Read more
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