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Featured Tutor Profiles
Katie is a graduate student at Yale University. She graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 2015 with a B.S. in chemistry. As an undergraduate, she was a teaching assistant for an undergraduate general chemistry lab as well as advanced inorganic chemistry. Her passion for inorganic chemistry brought her to Yale, where she is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry as an NSF graduate research fellow. She has served as a teaching fellow for General Chemistry I and II, as well as a mentor for undergraduate students in the lab. Within scientific research, she has had three publications in peer-reviewed journals and multiple presentations at national and international conferences. As a tutor, she loves to spread her enthusiasm for chemistry and help students gain a fundamental understanding of the subjects she teaches. Her previous standardized test scores include a 2300 SAT (out of 2400), an 800 on SAT Math II, a 780 on SAT Chemistry, and 5’s on the AP Exams in Chemistry, Calculus BC, and Physics B. On her GRE, she scored a perfect 170 on Verbal and 168 on Quantitative. In her free time, she enjoys fencing, watching the Green Bay Packers, and Netflix.
Shea Gregson was admitted to Yale University as a National AP Scholar with 13 AP courses under her belt, after which she went on to graduate with a B.A. in Music with distinction in the major. She has been peer tutoring since high school and held various teaching positions through college. Whether serving as a Teaching Assistant for advanced music classes, teaching for the U.S. Grant Foundation, a New Haven middle school summer program, or tutoring middle and high school students at Bulldog Tutors, Shea has enjoyed sharing her knowledge and expertise for the last five years and hopes to continue for many more.
Madison Masters graduated from Yale in 2017 with a B.S. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. A Connecticut native, Madison graduated from East Windsor High School before attending Yale. In addition to scoring in the 99th percentile on the SAT—achieving the highest score ever in her community—she has been a test prep and subject tutor for approximately five years.
Before arriving at Bulldog Tutors, Madison worked for an educational therapy company, where she worked with students dealing with learning differences. That experience deepened her understanding of innovative ways to prepare all students for success on the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.
Brooks graduated from Yale University in 2019 with a B.A. in Economics. As a student, he studied economic history and development, culminating in a senior data-analysis project on economic growth in turn-of-the-century Japan. He applied this experience to the world of college athletics, building a statistical-modeling program for the Yale men’s basketball team. He greatly enjoys teaching others, having served as the musical director for the Yale Russian Chorus. He has extensive experience tutoring mathematics, economics, English, and standardized tests. He scored in the 99th percentile on the ACT, SAT, LSAT, and SAT Subject Tests in Literature and Math Level 1. Brooks enjoys playing chess in his spare time and plans to attend law school next year.