I graduated from Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ in 2009 with a BA in Psychology and Biological Sciences. I completed my medical education in December 2014 and will receive my Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Degree from Ross University in March 2015. I have tutored multiple subjects from High School to Medical School. I tutor Psychology, Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, Algebra, Geometry, among other subject. My favorite subject to tutor are in the science and math fields. I cater my tutoring style to each individual student. Every student is different and learn material differently so as a tutor I must find what works best to teach my students. I believe it is important to stress teaching concepts so that the student is able to learn the material and be confident enough to solve any problem. I also teach proper note taking skills and study methods that can be implemented outside of the classrooms to help maximize learning.
One of my biggest motivations for becoming a doctor is my immense desire to help people. Whether I am teaching, listening, problem solving, or just lending a hand, helping others is what I find to be most enjoyable. I believe that helping others gives me a different perspective on life. Since a very young age, I was taught to never deny help to anyone for any reason. I have lived by this ideal my entire life and I will continue to do so throughout my medical career. A number of life events, personal experiences and mission work in different countries solidified my desire to be come a physician.
Undergraduate Degree: Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology, Biological Sciences
Graduate Degree: Ross Univeristy School of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine
My other hobbies include NFL Football, Fantasy Football, Science-Fiction, Fantasy, video games, television, exercise and physical fitness, cooking and out door activities.