David is originally from Birmingham, Michigan, but he recently moved to New York to attend medical school at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Before heading to med school, he studied biology and philosophy at Washington University in St. Louis, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a 3.94 GPA. He is passionate about science—in addition to his coursework, he has published several original neuroscience research articles as an undergraduate—and he’s excited to share his enthusiasm.
David specializes in tutoring for standardized tests: in particular, the MCAT, the SAT, and the ACT. He was part of one of the first cohorts of premedical students to take the new MCAT exam, so he’s highly prepared to help premedical students excel on the new test. He is also proficient in several key subject areas for meeting premedical requirements, including expository writing, biology, chemistry, physics, and statistics. In the past, David has worked as a mathematics tutor for high school students as well as a premedical mentor, helping individual students to plan out their paths to medical school.
In addition to hitting the books, he enjoys playing rugby, showing off his theatrical side in musical theater productions, and cooking delicious meals.