Monthly Archives: February 2014

What’s the Next Step?

Doing my best to thoroughly analyze MCAT Verbal Reasoning and Biological Sciences passages in anticipation of a big teaching interview tomorrow. Though I’ve, by now, been through similar content at least a thousand times, I’m preparing in advance for tomorrow, and … Continue reading

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To my second mother

I don’t believe that “family” is best defined by blood relations – I love my mother, my grandmother, and my cousin beyond bounds, certainly, but I don’t think everyone affiliated with me by birth and marriage is sufficiently mine to … Continue reading

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Thank god, it was a dream!

Just awoke from my kind of nightmare: within it, I had slept through meetings for over 12 hours, then been woken up at 11:00 in the evening by my family, who’d invited several tens of members of the local Czech … Continue reading

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A publication!

Extremely humbled to say that I was able to contribute some Reading Comprehension-related writing to this project. Lead author Bobby Umar is an inspirational individual and acclaimed GMAT instructor, so I really am privileged to have had the chance to work … Continue reading

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