Jennie was born and raised in Northern Virginia. She earned her BS in Human Biology, Health, and Society at Cornell University. She minored in Health Policy and Human Development. She is currently a first-year student at Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Vice President of her class. She received a score of 2300+ on the SAT and scored within the 99% percentile on the DAT, which consists of biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, reading, math, and a perceptual ability test.
As the President of Cornell University’s Pre-Dental Society Organization, she created/led DAT workshops and mentored pre-dental students in studying for the DAT and going through the application process. She held guest lectures with dentists and admission officers from dental schools. Through her mentorship, Jennie has seen her mentees get accepted into their top dental schools!
Her teaching experience in biology, SSAT, ISEE, DAT, and math has taught her one important thing – people learn differently! With this in mind, Jennie has learned to adapt her teaching methods that best fit the learning styles of each and every one of her students. She has seen great improvements in test scores of her students. She genuinely cares for her students and wants nothing but their success.