Stanford University, Class of 2011
Throughout my four years at Stanford, I tutored elementary, high school, and college students in a variety of subjects, including AP classes, SAT Preparation, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, and MCAT Preparation. I adapt my teaching style and curriculum to each student to complement their specific learning style and present the concepts in a way that makes sense to that student. I also provided individual and small group tutoring to Stanford students through Stanford's Center for Teaching and Learning and have been a teaching assistant (TA) for multiple classes throughout my Stanford career. Other teaching experience includes 3 years as a CPR and First Aid Instructor, 4 years as an EMT Instructor, and 3 years as a PADI Scuba Diving Instructor.
I graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Biology and am currently attending medical school (University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio). Medicine is my passion. The field of medicine combines my fervor for problem-solving with my desire to help others. I have worked in the US, Nepal, and India as an EMT Instructor and plan on pursuing a career in Emergency Medicine and International Disaster Relief. Outside of academics, I have a variety of interests, including tennis, basketball, and travel. My jobs throughout the years have ranged from dolphin training in Bermuda to teaching camping skills in California to instructing scuba diving in Honduras and Thailand.