I am currently a D.M.D. candidate (C/O 2023) at University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine, and a recent graduate (C/O 2019) at University of Delaware where I received a bachelors degree in Chemistry with a minor in Biological Sciences. I mainly tutor for the DAT, which I scored in the 98th percentile when I took it myself! I also provide application advice for applying to Dental school. After taking my DAT, I applied to 8 dental schools and was accepted to 7 of them! In my undergraduate semesters, I often took up multiple positions to be a resource for tutoring and mentoring to underclassman students. This included teaching an introduction to chemistry lab course and being a peer-mentor and President of the Making Doctors Club, a community of aspiring health professionals (pre-med, dental, vet, PA, etc.) helping them in achieving their pre-health professional goals in addition to tutoring services.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Delaware - Bachelor in Arts, Chemistry
Graduate Degree: University of Connecticut - Doctor of Medical Dentistry, Predentistry
DAT Quantitative Reasoning: 30
DAT Reading Comprehension: 22
DAT Perceptual Ability: 26
I credit much of my success in life to a healthy balance between my studies/academia and social activities! In my free time, I love to hangout with my friends and watch football. In high school, I played rugby and still up to this day enjoy playing in a pick-up game with my friends. I also enjoy traveling with my family, and participating in service trips when I can. At UD, I had the opportunity to lead a week-long service trip to rebuild homes and communities destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in NC. I also loved to get as involved as I can in my community. I was in numerous clubs at UD, some of which I took on leadership positions in, such as being President of the Making Doctors club and an Executive Board Member of the Delta Chi Fraternity at the University of Delaware.
DAT Perceptual Ability
DAT Quantitative Reasoning
DAT Reading Comprehension
DAT Survey of the Natural Sciences