Education: Oberlin College, Neuroscience
Lives in Washington, DC, United States
Jarrett graduated from Oberlin College in 2014 with a degree in neuroscience. Since graduating, he has worked as a research fellow at the National Institute of Mental Health, where he studies the ways in which hormones act on the brain to influence social behaviors. He is currently preparing to apply to medical school, and hopes to incorporate clinical research and mental health advocacy into his eventual career as a physician.
Jarrett self-studied for the MCAT over three months while working full time and scored a 521, placing him in the 99th percentile of test-takers for the new and revised MCAT. He enjoys helping students maximize the return on their efforts, and has experience tutoring students with various academic backgrounds. He is comfortable teaching content as well as working with students to improve their study skills and develop effective test-taking strategies.
When not in the lab, he enjoys hiking, basketball and making music.