Rebecca is a student at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. She graduated from the Johns Hopkins University in December 2019 with a B.A. in Cognitive Science and Medicine, Science, and the Humanities. As an undergraduate, she was involved in clinical stroke research and medical translation projects, and she worked in pre-med advising during her gap semester.
Rebecca is passionate about mentoring and has worked as a tutor for over 7 years in topics ranging from biology to math to languages (Mandarin, Spanish, ELA/ESL). Her MCAT tutoring philosophy is to help students develop a solid thought process that they can confidently apply to any unfamiliar question.
She also aims to explain topics as simply and clearly as possible, building a strong foundation before facilitating a deeper understanding of the content. Rebecca looks forward to working with you to develop a personalized plan for success!
Undergraduate: Johns Hopkins University
Medical School: Washington University School of Medicine.
MCAT CARS: 130 (98th percentile)
MCAT Bio/Biochem: 131 (99th percentile)
MCAT Psych/Soc: 130 (95th percentile)
MCAT Chem/Phys: 131 (99th percentile)
MCAT Total: 522 (99th percentile)
Rebecca studied abroad at the University of Oxford and directed a comedic play for an intercollegiate theatre competition there!
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