Science And Medicine Tutor
I'm a fourth-year medical student. The way I learned was by breaking down difficult topics into easily digestible pieces and looking at things from different points of view. I am very much a visual learner, so I draw (pretty much everything) out.
I began tutoring in high school as a Reading Aces Mentor and fell in love with helping students find a way to use their strengths to overcome their learning obstacles. In college, I tutored students in all things "science" and literature. After college, I joined a tutoring agency in Houston that connected me with students
It was always awesome to have that moment after hours of studying and a pot of coffee when everything clicked. My goal is to be here whenever you need an extra set of eyes or someone to help fast track you to that "click".
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
Set a goal
Build a plan to achieve that goal
How do you learn best
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Fourth-year medical school student - current
High school, College, Graduate Level Science and English Tutor: 8 years
Certification of Masters in Human Anatomy
Reading Aces Mentor: 7 years
What types of students have you worked with?
I have worked with students at all stages of their education journey.
-Elementary aged student reading and writing tutor
-Middle school aged student science, writing, literature tutor
-High school aged science, writing, literature tutor
-AP and IB tutoring
-College level tutoring
-Graduate student tutoring
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
Find a great fit for you.
Don't underestimate or compare yourself to anyone else.
You are hiring someone to get to know you and your strengths so they can tailor your learning to YOU. Make sure they are always keeping YOU in the center of your learning.