My tutoring strategy---
I was recently in medical school and before that, I studied pre-dental where I mostly had A’s in all my classes.
I studied pre-med in college because I thought I wanted to go to medical school so I ended up taking many pre-med courses. I am an excellent student in the math and science courses and well-qualified to tutor in these subjects.
I am also well- qualified to tutor the SAT I, SAT subject tests, PSAT and other standardized tests as I took them myself and did quite well on them.
Having been through the testing experience and having taken those tests myself, I know exactly the types of issues that students struggle with and am well qualified to overcome commonplace obstacles to help them be successful in their courses.
Also, I tutored in my high school’s after school program where I helped many struggling students achieve great success in their classes.
In medical school, I peer tutored many of my fellow classmates by helping them develop better study strategies, helping them with time management, and brainstorming solutions such a color coding notes, and teaching them to study smarter, not harder.
I tailor my tutoring techniques to individual students based on their level of preparation and what exactly they’re struggling with. Is it content? Is it time management? Is it developing better study skills? I am very versatile and am able to work with students of all age groups and backgrounds to address what they are struggling with to help them achieve success in their studies.
I love learning, teaching, enjoy studying, and am eager to help other students learn and achieve success in their studies.