I am a graduate of University of South Florida. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Cellular, Microbiology, and Molecular Biology last December. If it were not my desire to be a physician, I would have pursued a career in teaching. My love of teaching started very early on as I was tasked with helping my parent's babysitting kids with their homework. Later on my clientele changed to helping middle school kids as my niece, nephew, and their friends needed help with their homework. Working with young kids, I learned that there are no set teaching methods other than relying on having patience or knowing when to challenge a student. If students do not understand the study material, you must have patience with them and explain it in a variety of ways to get the message across. On the other hand, students always have to be challenged to their respective levels to keep their attention and stop them from being frustrated. My teaching method relies on figuring out where the student is in the subject matter that is to be studied and tailoring my lesson plan accordingly. This allows the students to be constantly challenged and improve instead of sticking to a strict routine. I believe no matter what the background, anybody can learn anything if they set their mind to it. I love tutoring Biology, as I am very passionate about it due to my interest in biological processes, but I also tutor many other subjects such as American History and several IB courses. In my spare time, I love reading books from several genres, playing soccer, video games, or doing Judo.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of South Florida-Main Campus - Bachelor of Science, Cellular and Molecular Biology
MCAT Biological Sciences: 13
MCAT Verbal Reasoning: 11
Reading, Soccer, Judo, Videogames