Before starting medical school in the Fall of 2021, I am taking time to explore my lifelong interest in teaching. I began tutoring at the University of Notre Dame, where I worked for three years as a teaching assistant in a Cell Biology laboratory course. There, I enjoyed helping my peers understand the larger picture developing through our weekly experiments. At Loyola University Chicago, I continued to tutor a variety of subjects while earning a Master of Arts in Medical Sciences.
As a double major in biology and English, I like to build stories whenever I can. What does a molecule of glucose encounter while going through glycolysis? How does the human body process information from the world around it? This perspective has led not only to success in my own studies, but also to a genuine love of learning.
Through one-on-one tutoring, I hope help students seek their own stories and develop a positive lifelong relationship with learning.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Notre Dame - Bachelor of Science, Biological and Physical Sciences
Graduate Degree: Loyola University-Chicago - Master of Arts, Biomedical Sciences
ACT Composite: 35
ACT English: 35
ACT Math: 34
ACT Reading: 36
ACT Science: 35
MCAT Biological Sciences: 129
MCAT Physical Sciences: 129
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College Level American Literature
GED Reasoning Through Language Arts
High School Biology
High School English
High School Level American Literature
Middle School Science