Hi, I am finishing my senior year at Texas A&M at College Station with a degree in biomedical science. My plans are to go to medical school and eventually become a doctor. I believe there is an interpersonal relationship that develops between a tutor and his student that is much harder to achieve in a school setting. I believe the potential for learning in a one on one environment far surpasses a classroom setting because of the mentor relationship that forms between a tutor and his student. In high school, I was in the position of a student that needed academic help but could not find it in the classroom. It was after a family friend that was also a tutor devoted their time and energy to helping me succeed that I was able to truly learn. He is still my close friend to this day and I hope to emulate his impact to me onto my future students.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Texas A & M University-College Station - Current Undergrad, biomedical science
SAT Composite: 1930
SAT Math: 700
SAT Verbal: 640
SAT Writing: 590
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Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
I believe that a student capable of teaching the subject and/or material to his peers fully understands the subject and/or material. I also believe that a teacher is just as much of a student as the people he/she is teaching. By teaching, you are learning about how to best educate and help your students succeed as well as reinforcing the material for yourself.