Emily graduated summa cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis in December 2018 with a B.A. in Anthropology and minors in Biology and Latin American Studies. During her time at Wash U, she worked as a peer counselor for survivors of sexual assault/interpersonal violence and worked on several research projects, including a study of nPEP HIV medication effects and adherence among sexual assault patients and an honors thesis about maternal healthcare in Argentina. She is currently living in Medellín, Colombia as a Fulbright scholar, researching indigenous women’s experiences of maternal healthcare and obstetric violence. Emily scored in the 99th percentile on her MCAT and plans to apply to medical school upon returning to the US in summer 2020.
As an MCAT tutor, Emily works closely with each student to create a personalized, effective plan for success. She emphasizes students’ unique strengths and fosters enthusiastic engagement with the content material. She is passionate about mentoring each student holistically, emphasizing not only subject knowledge and test-taking strategies but also the importance of mental health and lifestyle balance during the challenging period of MCAT preparation. She looks forward to working with you!
Undergraduate: Washington University in St. Louis
MCAT Total: 99th percentile
Emily speaks English, Spanish, and is learning French!
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