I love to teach and I think that learning should be fun! Through tutoring I hope to help students succeed and have fun in learning (even with the difficult subjects).
I am originally from Detroit, MI. but I am currently residing in the DMV area. For undergrad, I went to Michigan State University, where I majored in Psychology, minored in Bioethics and Humanities, and also took on Pre-Med courses. After graduating in 2011, I went to Ross University School of Medicine on the Island of Dominica. There, I took all the major science courses including, Anatomy/ Physiology, Biochemistry, microbiology, endocrinology, psychiatry, neurology and much more.
After spending 2 years on the island, I returned to the US to complete my clinical rotations in various hospitals. I recently completed my medical school career in Nov. 2016. I have received my medical degree and I am now awaiting my residency program to begin in the field of Psychiatry. Until then, I want to help students overcome hard subjects (especially science courses) and get the most out of their education. I look forward to working with you all soon!
Undergraduate Degree: Michigan State University - Bachelors, psychology/ PreMed/ bioethics and Humanities
Graduate Degree: Ross University School Of Medicine - Current Grad Student, Medicine
College Application Essays
Elementary School Science
High School Biology
High School Writing
Middle School Science
Middle School Writing
MCAT Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior
What is your teaching philosophy?
My teaching philosophy is to have fun. I hope to make each tutoring session a memorable experience. Thus, I try to incorporate funny mnemonics, stories, videos, or even songs to aid in retaining the material. I believe that people learn best when there is a positive experience associated with learning the material. Knowing that a student remembers the fun that we had during our session is reassuring that they will also retain the lessons covered during that time.