Vishal is an undergraduate student at Cornell University majoring in Chemistry and Chemical Biology with minors in Global Health and Mathematics. Outside of the classroom, he conducts research on the engineering of biomolecular therapeutics and is a member of a collegiate a cappella group. In the summer of 2019, Vishal also worked on a global health research project at WaterAid in Lusaka, Zambia regarding access to water, sanitation, and hygiene in rural healthcare facilities.
Having previously been a Kumon math instructor, peer tutor, speech and debate coach, and physics teaching assistant, Vishal has a diverse background in teaching. He has learned how to work with students of all kinds and is comfortable in a wide range of subjects. He draws on these skills and his personal MCAT experience to deliver instruction that is enthusiastic, tailored, and effective. While he felt lost like most students when he began his MCAT prep, Vishal was able to achieve a high score by targeted studying and internalizing how the AAMC “thinks”. He hopes to help his students do the same so that they can maximize their success on test day!
Vishal is a music-lover. He has played the cello for many years and currently sings in a collegiate a cappella group!
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