Evan Mullen grew up at the end of a dirt road in bucolic Vermont, where his work ethic took shape via innumerable hours spent stacking wood. He majored in Humanities with a focus on French history and literature at Yale, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He then promptly moved to Paris, where he spent two years writing down French aphorisms, tutoring anglophone Parisian high schoolers, and completing a Master’s in Public Health at the Sorbonne. He returned to the States to attend medical school through the Humanities and Medicine (now FlexMed) Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where he is now in his third year.
Having studied literature and history alongside pre-med courses in college, Evan tutors a wide range of subjects. He has supported high schoolers and college students for many years in mathematics, biology, chemistry, English, French, history, and essay writing. He has a particular interest in medical school admissions and USMLE Step 1 preparation.
When he’s not in the hospital or with a tutee, Evan especially enjoys pick up soccer in Central Park and the museums of NYC. He also finds any excuse possible to return to Paris.