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Sami H

Sami H


Universities Attended

Undergraduate University: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: 2020

Majors/Minors/Specialization: Major in Molecular & Cellular Biology, Minor in Asian American Studies

Graduate University:

Year of Graduation:


Academic Accolades:

College GPA = 3.88; Undergraduate Research Apprentice (URAP) in the UC Berkeley Department of Molecular and Cell Biology; Teacher Scholar in the UC Berkeley Department of Chemistry; Executive Board Member of the UC Berkeley Chapter of the Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program; High School GPA: weighted- 4.2, unweighted- 4.0; SAT: 2200; ACT: 34; Certificate of Merit Recipient in Piano (2015); National Merit Scholar Finalist (2016); AP Scores: Biology- 5, Chemistry- 5, World History- 5, Calculus BC- 4 (AB Subscore- 5), Statistics- 5, U.S. Government and Politics- 5, English Literature and Composition- 5 SAT II Scores: Biology (Molecular)- 800, World History- 740; AP Scholar with Distinction (2016)

Tutoring Experience

This past semester I have worked as a teacher scholar for UC Berkeley’s chemistry department. Through this position, I worked with a class of 22 freshmen, teaching them basic chemistry concepts and laboratory techniques. I can tutor any level of chemistry or biology (from introductory to college level), introductory physics, basic English and writing, basic math up to algebra 1.

Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience

My major volunteering experience in college has been as a member of UC Berkeley’s chapter of the Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program (KDSAP). As a member and later as part of the club’s executive board, I have both organized and partaken in free kidney disease screenings for low income communities. At these screenings, I worked alongside nephrologists and physicians to provide free, accessible health care to low-income, minority communities, where many of the community members did not have health insurance or reliable access to quality health care. Through this experience I have been able to see firsthand the impact one can have on his or her community through compassion and dedication. In high school, I was a member of the Vista Irvine chapter of National Charity League, a mother-daughter philanthropic organization with chapters around the country. As a member of this organization, I was able to serve numerous philanthropies and organizations including the Ronald McDonald House, Bower’s Museum, and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.


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