I am a fourth year medical student currently studying in Houston. I received my Bachelor's of Science in Neurobiology from UT Austin. I have extensive experience in teaching throughout my undergraduate and postgraduate career. During undergrad and medical school, I served as a peer educator teaching biology and anatomy and physiology. After undergrad, I spent one year working as a teaching assistant at a high school, assisting at-risk, ELL, and special needs students with the understanding of Biology. It was one of my most gratifying experiences thus far, as I witnessed my students' progress and how their passion for science and confidence in their own abilities develop hand in hand. I also tutored students one-on-one in preparation for the Biology STAAR retake tests. I feel that recognizing an individual's learning style and adapting my methods of teaching is the key to getting the information across. I understand subjects best when I am truly interested and passionate about it. So, I try to teach my students with that same passion in hopes that I might ignite them not only to absorb the material we are currently studying but to become proactive and go above and beyond the texts. If you haven't guessed already by my choice of major and experience, I LOVE Biology! In addition, I tutor in a wide variety of subjects, including SAT Math, Algebra I & 2, Pre Calc, Physics, Chemistry, and advanced college level sciences. I am also a fervent linguist. I wish to learn as many languages as I can in my lifetime. So far, I am fluent in English and Hindi, hold a strong command of Latin 1 and 2, and an advanced level of fluency in Korean 1 and 2. Outside of academia, I thoroughly enjoy cycling, camping, hiking, and amateur photography. It would be my utmost pleasure to be your tutor and I will work with you to determine what is most suitable for your learning.
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Science, Neurobiology
Cycling, Dancing, Reading, Watching K-dramas
Elementary School Math
High School Chemistry
High School Physics