Portland State Univesity (Psychology)
I work along side a tutor who has scored in the 99th percentile on the MCAT. I have previously taught community college courses on anatomy, psychology and sociology. I also have extensive training the most current memorization and learning techniques. My role in MCAT training is to ensure that students are converting what they hear in their lessons into a permanent knowledge base and skill set
I've taught anatomy and physiology at the college level. Currently, tutoring for the MCAT is my full time position. I specialize in teaching Biology/Biochem and Psych/Soc sectins of the exams.
I receive requests from all over the country, so I usually teach using online meeting software. The software allows me to talk to you and you talk to me (with our voices), and we see and work the same problems together using a slide show and drawing board. I've taught in classrooms, over the kitchen table, and I have to say that the online experience is by far the best. We cover more material faster, it's much more convenient for our schedules, and I can email you PDFs of all of the problems that we did. You can also record our session so you can watch them again and again for free.
My lessons are structured and thorough. I issue pre-lesson home work, and follow-up homework, and I offer unlimited email support on those assignments at no additional cost. Be prepared to work hard and score high.
I work along side a tutor who has scored in the 99th percentile on the MCAT. I have previously taught community college courses on anatomy, psychology and … Read more
Hailee was great to work with during my time prepping for the Mcat. She is very patient and helps you to develop new techniques to improve your scores. She really takes the time to explain things as well. You won't be disappointed if you work with her.
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