The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Lauren graduated from Harvard University in 2013 where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. She currently tutors several subjects in Washington D.C., including AP U.S. History, French, and Essay Editing. Check out her review of Harvard University: VT: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. How urban or safe is the campus? Are there buses or do you need a car/bike? Lauren: The campus is embedded in the historical city of Cambridge, just across the Charles River from Boston. Yo ... Read More About A Student Review of Harvard University
Deciding to apply to medical school can be stressful and time-consuming. However, with careful planning, you can successfully manage this process—as well as your classes, extracurricular activities, MCAT prep, and social responsibilities. You must: meet with your school’s pre-medical adviser, sit for the MCAT, request letters of recommendation (LORs), and complete the application itself. This consists of the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) system, secondary applications, and interviews. The below timeline references your junior year of college, and it assumes that you plan to attend medical school imm ... Read More About When Should I Apply to Medical School?
As soon as you begin college, you will discover a new sense of freedom. For the first time, you can choose your classes as well as when you take them. However, this freedom can also negatively impact your graduation schedule if you do not choose wisely. Here are several tips to keep in mind as your freshman year approaches and you choose your first semester of college courses. Understand course restrictions Items like prerequisites are often clearly described in your course guide or on your registration website. You may also have a minimum and/or maximum number of credit hours you can enroll in. Note these restrictions as you plan your ... Read More About How to Choose Your First Semester of College Courses
The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Taylor is a 2014 graduate of the University of Rochester with a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and French. She is a New York City tutor specializing in French, Writing, SAT prep, and more. Check out her review of her school: VT: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. How urban or safe is the campus? Are there buses or do you need a car/bike? Taylor: Campus is very safe, but the areas surrounding campus require you to be aware at night—but it is safe if you are smart! Luck ... Read More About What is it Like to Attend University of Rochester?
The tutors behind Varsity Tutors are not just here to teach – they’re sharing their college experiences as well. Babak graduated from University of California, Los Angeles in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. He is a Los Angeles tutor specializing in MCAT prep, Algebra, AP Chemistry, and much more. See what he had to say about his alma mater: VT: Describe the campus setting and transportation options. How urban or safe is the campus? Are there buses or do you need a car/bike? Babak: UCLA is in a very urban setting. It's located in Westwood, within Los Angeles city limits. Most undergraduate students ... Read More About My Experience at University of California, Los Angeles