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Rosh R.

Medical Student for Wide Range of Subjects and Test Prep

Medical Student for Wide Range of Subjects and Test Prep

$40/hour

  • 23 hours tutoring

About Rosh


Bio

WELCOME to all students, parents, and learners,

I decided to shorten my bio because nobody wants to read an autobiography, they'd rather know how I can help them, or their child, improve their knowledge/understanding, test scores, or grades. I will tell you that I graduated cum laude from Rhodes in biochemistry and molecular biology, and have worked in many hospitals and research laboratories over the years, currently at St. Jude and Methodist.

I have taken my fair share of standardized...

WELCOME to all students, parents, and learners,

I decided to shorten my bio because nobody wants to read an autobiography, they'd rather know how I can help them, or their child, improve their knowledge/understanding, test scores, or grades. I will tell you that I graduated cum laude from Rhodes in biochemistry and molecular biology, and have worked in many hospitals and research laboratories over the years, currently at St. Jude and Methodist.

I have taken my fair share of standardized tests, like the SAT, ACT, various AP exams, SAT for biology, ACS for chemistry, and MCAT. Although my time taking these tests is far from over, I feel very confident about my strategy and plan of attack for mastering them, considering my 90th percentile score on the MCAT and acceptance into medical school. I have had to take some truly challenging courses in college, and med school classes will be even harder, but I am not worried at all and feel highly confident in my study skills and abilities. It is by no accident that I feel this way, and you can too! All it takes is some guidance, a plan, and the desire to follow through with it.

I have tutored students of all ages in all kinds of subjects, such as English, arithmetic, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, chemistry, biology, ACT, SAT, Praxis, AP, grammar, physical science, bioorganic chemistry, and more. I have tutored children with special needs, high-risk students with prior criminal records, young children trying to get ahead in school, and even college students struggling to pass a class. About half of my students have been for ACT/SAT/AP preparation, and we have seen a drastic improvement of about 4-5 points in most cases.

I am easy to communicate and get along with, and will go at a pace that is most comfortable with the particular student I'm working with. If you feel that I can be of help to you or your loved one, don't hesitate to send me a message now.

THANK YOU for taking the time read, and I hope to hear from you soon!


Education

Rhodes College
Biochemistry '' Molecular Biology

Policies

  • Hourly Rate: $40
  • Rate details: $35/hour online tutoring. $40/hour to meet in downtown, Germantown, and some parts of Collierville. $45-50/hour (depending on location) to meet anywhere of your choosing, including home visits.
  • Lesson cancellation: 5 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 12/3/2014

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Subjects

Business

Microsoft Word

Computer

Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

Grammar, Microsoft Word, Proofreading

Elementary Education

Elementary Math,

Elementary Math

I have taught elementary math to children throughout high school.
Elementary Science, Grammar, Spelling

English

ACT English,

ACT English

This was my favorite and highest-scoring section when I took the ACT. I scored a 35 out of 36. Also, grammar was my strongest area in English throughout middle and high school.
SAT Writing,

SAT Writing

I got a score of 780 out of 800 on the SAT writing section, and I have a very strong understanding and background of grammar.
Grammar, Proofreading, Spelling

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I took Algebra 1 a couple years early, and I found it to be a lot of fun and very useful for most of the complex math and science I am doing now in college. I also participated in an algebra competition in Huntsville, AL with White Station High School.
Biology,

Biology

High school is where my love for biology began. I took Honors Biology, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology, and I received an A grade in both classes. I also took the SAT Biology Subject Test and scored a 93% on the first try. Biology is a subject that I enjoy teaching as much as I enjoy learning it. The research I do for malaria and breast cancer use a lot of what I learned.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

Although I have tutored Chemistry both at Rhodes College and the University of Memphis, it was not until my senior year of college that I grew a strong love for chemistry. Since middle school I have loved learning about biology, anatomy, and physiology, but the fundamentals of chemistry proved to be infinitely important for understanding exactly how and why certain molecules act the way they do and particular processes function. It is for this reason I chose the connected major of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology since both topics involve and interconnect the various aspects of biology, chemistry, physics, etc., in order to explain and predict phenomena, like oxidative phosphorylation and fatty acid biosynthesis. Without a solid foundation in chemistry, a thorough, in-depth understanding of biology/biochemistry will be unmanageable. Also, chemistry affects the way everything acts in the physical world, so learning it can prove highly beneficial.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry was one of my favorite classes in high school, and the subject appears all over tests like the SAT and ACT. I enjoyed answering those questions on the tests, and I find it useful even today to have gotten a solid understanding of the concepts.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I remember taking prealgebra in middle school and really enjoying the basics of algebra. Evolving arithmetic into algebra using the tool of symbolism and logic was fascinating and useful to my understanding of the physicality of the world.
Spelling

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I took Algebra 1 a couple years early, and I found it to be a lot of fun and very useful for most of the complex math and science I am doing now in college. I also participated in an algebra competition in Huntsville, AL with White Station High School.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry was one of my favorite classes in high school, and the subject appears all over tests like the SAT and ACT. I enjoyed answering those questions on the tests, and I find it useful even today to have gotten a solid understanding of the concepts.
Prealgebra

Prealgebra

I remember taking prealgebra in middle school and really enjoying the basics of algebra. Evolving arithmetic into algebra using the tool of symbolism and logic was fascinating and useful to my understanding of the physicality of the world.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I took Algebra 1 a couple years early, and I found it to be a lot of fun and very useful for most of the complex math and science I am doing now in college. I also participated in an algebra competition in Huntsville, AL with White Station High School.
Biology,

Biology

High school is where my love for biology began. I took Honors Biology, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology, and I received an A grade in both classes. I also took the SAT Biology Subject Test and scored a 93% on the first try. Biology is a subject that I enjoy teaching as much as I enjoy learning it. The research I do for malaria and breast cancer use a lot of what I learned.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

Although I have tutored Chemistry both at Rhodes College and the University of Memphis, it was not until my senior year of college that I grew a strong love for chemistry. Since middle school I have loved learning about biology, anatomy, and physiology, but the fundamentals of chemistry proved to be infinitely important for understanding exactly how and why certain molecules act the way they do and particular processes function. It is for this reason I chose the connected major of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology since both topics involve and interconnect the various aspects of biology, chemistry, physics, etc., in order to explain and predict phenomena, like oxidative phosphorylation and fatty acid biosynthesis. Without a solid foundation in chemistry, a thorough, in-depth understanding of biology/biochemistry will be unmanageable. Also, chemistry affects the way everything acts in the physical world, so learning it can prove highly beneficial.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry was one of my favorite classes in high school, and the subject appears all over tests like the SAT and ACT. I enjoyed answering those questions on the tests, and I find it useful even today to have gotten a solid understanding of the concepts.
Prealgebra

Prealgebra

I remember taking prealgebra in middle school and really enjoying the basics of algebra. Evolving arithmetic into algebra using the tool of symbolism and logic was fascinating and useful to my understanding of the physicality of the world.

Science

Biology,

Biology

High school is where my love for biology began. I took Honors Biology, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology, and I received an A grade in both classes. I also took the SAT Biology Subject Test and scored a 93% on the first try. Biology is a subject that I enjoy teaching as much as I enjoy learning it. The research I do for malaria and breast cancer use a lot of what I learned.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

Although I have tutored Chemistry both at Rhodes College and the University of Memphis, it was not until my senior year of college that I grew a strong love for chemistry. Since middle school I have loved learning about biology, anatomy, and physiology, but the fundamentals of chemistry proved to be infinitely important for understanding exactly how and why certain molecules act the way they do and particular processes function. It is for this reason I chose the connected major of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology since both topics involve and interconnect the various aspects of biology, chemistry, physics, etc., in order to explain and predict phenomena, like oxidative phosphorylation and fatty acid biosynthesis. Without a solid foundation in chemistry, a thorough, in-depth understanding of biology/biochemistry will be unmanageable. Also, chemistry affects the way everything acts in the physical world, so learning it can prove highly beneficial.
Physical Science

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I took Algebra 1 a couple years early, and I found it to be a lot of fun and very useful for most of the complex math and science I am doing now in college. I also participated in an algebra competition in Huntsville, AL with White Station High School.
Biology,

Biology

High school is where my love for biology began. I took Honors Biology, Advanced Placement (AP) Biology, and I received an A grade in both classes. I also took the SAT Biology Subject Test and scored a 93% on the first try. Biology is a subject that I enjoy teaching as much as I enjoy learning it. The research I do for malaria and breast cancer use a lot of what I learned.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

Although I have tutored Chemistry both at Rhodes College and the University of Memphis, it was not until my senior year of college that I grew a strong love for chemistry. Since middle school I have loved learning about biology, anatomy, and physiology, but the fundamentals of chemistry proved to be infinitely important for understanding exactly how and why certain molecules act the way they do and particular processes function. It is for this reason I chose the connected major of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology since both topics involve and interconnect the various aspects of biology, chemistry, physics, etc., in order to explain and predict phenomena, like oxidative phosphorylation and fatty acid biosynthesis. Without a solid foundation in chemistry, a thorough, in-depth understanding of biology/biochemistry will be unmanageable. Also, chemistry affects the way everything acts in the physical world, so learning it can prove highly beneficial.
Geometry

Geometry

Geometry was one of my favorite classes in high school, and the subject appears all over tests like the SAT and ACT. I enjoyed answering those questions on the tests, and I find it useful even today to have gotten a solid understanding of the concepts.

Test Preparation

ACT English,

ACT English

This was my favorite and highest-scoring section when I took the ACT. I scored a 35 out of 36. Also, grammar was my strongest area in English throughout middle and high school.
SAT Writing

SAT Writing

I got a score of 780 out of 800 on the SAT writing section, and I have a very strong understanding and background of grammar.

Ratings and Reviews


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Awesome!

I used his services for my Nursing Dosage and Calculation class. I've met with him 3 times and he is really great breaking down formulas. I have a better Understanding after my visits with him.

Juaquanna, 3 lessons with Rosh

Prealgebra.

He was polite and got to the point. He was very helpful. He answered all of my questions and showed me some techniques I was not aware of. I will use Rosh again!

Geraldine, 1 lesson with Rosh
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