I am a graduate of Binghamton University. I obtained a Bachelors of Science in Cell/Molecular Biology. I am currently taking a semester off before starting medical school. During my college career I was a teaching assistant for three different courses. My duties involved grading homework, explaining complex ideas to students, and helping them one on one, during my office hours. I also took tutoring courses, so I understand the mind of a student as well as that of a tutor. I tutor Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geometry, Algebra, Biochemistry, Math, and Nutrition. My favorite subjects to tutor are Biology, Math, and Physics. Biology because I am very interested in the way that life functions, and math and physics because I am interested in the principles of physics--and physics is essentially math. As a relatively recent graduate, I have recently undergone what students are currently going through, and I remember the struggles that I once had. My tutoring style, is one of of empathy, as it is important to understand a student, in order to properly teach them. Outside of tutoring I enjoy reading science fiction, playing sports (football, and soccer are my favorites), and going to the movies.
Undergraduate Degree: SUNY at Binghamton - Bachelor of Science, Cell/Molecular Biology
ACT Composite: 32
SAT Math: 740
SAT Verbal: 710
Reading, Watching movies, Playing Sports, Competitive Gaming.
What is your teaching philosophy?
Every hard concept is made up of smaller, easier concepts. Understanding the easier things, will lead to a better grasp of the more difficult things.