- Levels Taught:
- Middle School, High School, College
Having dyslexia, dysgraphia, and auditory processing disorder taught me how to develop learning strategies that play to my strengths and avoid my weaknesses. This work enabled me to maintain a 4.6 GPA in high school and straight A's in college without learning disability accommodations. I am always extra excited to help others with learning disabilities succeed where others expect them to fail.
During our lessons we will go over your course material, assess your strengths and weaknesses, and discuss strategies for improving.
Additionally, if you are interested in medicine I am happy to discuss the research, volunteering, and many other things needed to gain acceptance into medical school. During the application cycle I interviewed at 10 schools including Johns Hopkins, UCSF, and Washington University.
I look forward to teaching you chemistry and together I believe we will have fun improving your scores!
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+
- Teaching since:
- September 2012
I received my Bachelors of Science in Cellular Molecular Biology, graduated Summa Cum Laude (GPA > 3.9) and Phi Kappa Phi (Top 10% of class). I scored in the 99th percentile of the MCAT, 100th percentile of the ACS National Organic Chemistry Exam, and 98th percentile in the science section of the ACT. This fall, I will be attending a Top 15 medical school.
I grew up with the learning disabilities dyslexia, dysgraphia, and auditory processing disorder. I believe the challenges of having learning disabilities has given me the experience to help others succeed and enjoy academics.
I began teaching by tutoring at-risk students in chemistry at my high school. I mentored students in problem solving and aimed to excite them towards the assignments.
I continued teaching as a teaching assistant for the upper division cell biology class by instructing students in immunological laboratory techniques (including flow cytometry and ELISA).
My research on rheumatoid arthritis conducted at my college and Harvard Medical School has resulted in seven presentations, three at national medical conferences.
As a chess player I achieved a rating in the 98th percentile of scholastic players and have taught students from 8 to 27 years old.
Fantastic Instructor and very positive experience. The lessons are catered to my personal style, and are always fun and informative. Tyler really knows his stuff. In 5 lessons, I went from consistently playing ~1050 on Chess.com to ~1350 and still climbing!+ Read More
Lessons were always interesting and informative, but most importantly they were all personally catered towards my personal play style, strengths, and weaknesses . Helped move my chess gameplay to new heights.
Great mentor! Knowledgeable and can help you with fundamentals in a fun way!
Very pleased with Tyler's teaching style! He's an awesome instructor:)
Awesome instructor! I'm very pleased with the experience! I feel like my daughter is progressing quickly:)