I am about to graduate this semester from the University of Illinois at Chicago majoring in Psychology on the pre-med track. I have also been accepted to and will be attending the University of Illinois College of Medicine next year. During my undergraduate experience, I was enrolled in the GPPA Medical Scholars Program and served as a mentor pre-med students. I tutored them in math and science courses as well as medical school level courses offered as a part of this program. I also served as an academic coach for high school and college students for 3 years through a peer tutoring program through my university and really enjoyed my experience working with a diverse group of students. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Psychology, English, Math, and Science. I have also prepped high school students for Standardized Tests, specifically on the ACT English portion. I enjoy working students all of all ages to help build concentration and make their studies feel less intimidating. My teaching method varies with what works best for the student I am tutoring. In our initial talks, we can figure out an efficient system and schedule that benefit you and make your learning experience optimal. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you feel more confident in your studies!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Illinois at Chicago - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
Graduate Degree: University of Illinois at Chicago - Doctor of Medicine, Premedicine
ACT Composite: 32
ACT English: 36
ACT Math: 32
I am very passionate about promoting disability inclusion in my community and started an organization where college students work with young students with disabilities on art projects to improve their mobility and creativity. I also serve as Campus Editor for Thrive Global where I write blog articles relating to mental health and well-being on the platform. In my spare time, I enjoy cooking and baking, writing, and exercising!
6th Grade AP Language Composition
High School Writing
Study Skills and Organization