Samuel grew up in a small town in southern Alabama. Upon graduating high school, he had
a strong desire to travel, so he attended McGill University in Montreal, Canada for two years,
where he developed a tremendous interest in the medical field. After his second year of
university, he attended a summer internship at a hospital in Norway. While there, he learned
about medical school opportunities offered in Europe. That summer, he decided to start
medical school in Budapest, Hungary.
Currently, Sam is entering his fifth year of medical school. Throughout his training, he has tutored subjects, including chemistry, cell biology, neuroanatomy, and pathology. He has also served as a teaching assistant for two years in anatomy, embryology, and histology. He earned a 264 on the Step 1 and has maintained honors throughout his medical school education. It is his belief that every student has the ability to excel in medical school, and that it is the goal of the tutor to help students tap into their inner potential. He is involved in vascular surgery research and has aspirations to enter the field of vascular surgery, interventional radiology, or cardiology. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, and any opportunity to get out and see some nature.
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