I graduated from Seton Hall University in May 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and a minor in French. I am currently taking a gap year while applying to medical schools and I want to use my education and experience with the pre-med process to help other students on their journeys. I also took a gap year between high school and college, at which time I was self-employed as an in-person tutor for elementary and high school students in Ontario, Canada. In university, I frequently tutored students enrolled in courses I was also taking or had taken in the past and supported fellow students studying for the MCAT. I tutor a wide range of subjects, but I most enjoy tutoring math, calculus, physics, chemistry, biology, and French, since these seem to be some of the most challenging subjects for students and I love watching their confidence grow as they grasp difficult concepts. For math/calculus and physics especially, my students love the diagrams or real-life analogies I use to help them understand the significance behind numbers and equations, so I prioritize revealing how each subject I tutor can relate to daily life to give students a passion for learning them. In my spare time, I enjoy reading about developments in the medical community, running, rollerblading, knitting, solving Sudoku puzzles, playing the flute, and traveling with family.
Undergraduate Degree: Seton Hall University - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
SAT Math: 700
SAT Writing: 720
Reading about current medical and biochemistry research Advocating for mental health awareness Running Rollerblading Knitting Solving Sudoku puzzles Playing the flute Traveling