Connor is from Washington, D.C., and he loves dinosaurs. This obsession, starting in childhood, led him to pursue biology as a field of study. He attended New York University, where he graduated summa cum laude and double majored in biology and Spanish. He spent the better part of his time there working in two research labs: a clinical lab that investigated women’s health issues, and an animal lab that studied epigenetics. He was twice awarded grants from the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Fund and presented his findings at NYU’s Undergraduate Research Conference. Now living in Cambridge with his girlfriend and dog Alfie, Connor is tutoring and volunteering while he applies to medical school.
Connor is primarily an MCAT and biology tutor. He scored a 522 on the MCAT, including a 100th percentile score on the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Section. He builds the comfort and confidence of his students by customizing a study plan based on their strengths and weaknesses. His other areas of teaching expertise include biology, chemistry, physics, and Spanish.
In addition to dinosaurs, he loves hiking, playing music, and board games.