I graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, and then went on to matriculate with the Class of 2014 at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. As a proud new father, I have currently taken a temporary leave from my last year of medical studies to tend to my new responsibilities. However, I am keen on using this time to simultaneously teach and thus help others pursue their own dreams.
I spent three years in undergrad servin...
government & politics
I took the MCAT with a score of 39 the year it was first offered in electronic format. I then matriculated to the University of Alabama School of Medicine and am in my fourth year of medical education there. I have experience teaching advanced physics at a collegiate level and tutoring my peers in biology and chemistry at a postgraduate level.