I graduated from Villanova University with a BS in Biology in 2015. Currently, I am between my first and second years of dental school at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine and will graduate with my DDS degree in May of 2019.
I first started tutoring in my sophomore year of college for the Biology Department at my university. I ran weekly tutorial sessions for students taking Genetics. Then, after my junior year of college, I also began working for the Physics Department as an exam proctor and weekly quiz grader for the General Physics I & II courses. I was also available for tutoring for students taking the course.
I really enjoy working with students of all different learning styles and creating a plan that helps them achieve their potential. Tutoring allows me to keep my skills in the sciences fresh, while helping other students. I am passionate about the sciences and like to apply concepts I learn in class to real life situations.
In my first year of dental school I completed a rigorous biomedical science curriculum including anatomy (with cadaver dissection) and physiology. I received honors in these course and would love to tutor in those subjects as well.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Villanova University - Bachelors, Biology, General
Graduate Degree: Columbia University in the City of New York - Current Grad Student, Dentistry (DDS)
DAT Perceptual Ability: 24
DAT Quantitative Reasoning: 24
DAT Reading Comprehension: 28
Outside of academics, I am a total foodie! I love cooking and baking and trying new things. I'm also very family-oriented and really enjoy spending time with family and friends.