Anna Pan is a current second year research graduate student at the University of Toronto. She has a broad teaching and tutoring experience, from helping primary school students to her peers in undergraduate studies. She tailors her tutoring approach and material to suit the learning styles and needs of her students. She provides easy-to-follow rationales to the concepts taught, and teaches her students how to apply these concepts to tackle new and complex questions.
As a past Toronto Life Sciences student and recent University of Toronto undergraduate alumnus, Anna is familiar with the different styles of test questions faced by a life science student at the University of Toronto. Having completed the HMB265 course with an A+ grade, Anna helps her students become familiar with the different ways that concepts may be tested, and walks them through how to strategically tackle difficult questions. She simplifies the concepts in such a way that her students will remember how to solve each and every genetic analysis problems taught to them.
Anna has successfully completed her Honours Bachelor of Science degree with High Distinction, and is also the recipient of multiple academic awards throughout her academic career. She has a strong passion in education and peer mentoring, and hopes to share her experience and knowledge with her students, to help them succeed in their studies.