Kingston Course Details

Instructors

Stephanie Lammers  (CARS)

Stephanie Lammers is an M.D. Candidate at Queen?s University School of Medicine who earned 35 on the MCAT. Prior to beginning her medical studies, she completed a three-year Bachelor of Science with a Major in Medical Sciences at Western University. She graduated with distinction and ?Western Scholar? recognition. Stephanie?s love for the sciences is complemented by her passion for languages and the arts, which led her to enjoying most the Verbal Reasoning section on the MCAT. She believes that a number of basic thinking errors are commonly at play when students struggle with Verbal Reasoning, and looks forward to working tirelessly with her students to optimize their MCAT outcome. Perhaps most importantly, she feels that strong Verbal Reasoning is both vital to becoming a physician and can be approached as a teachable skill.

Stephanie Lammers

Education

2012, B.Sc. [Medical Sciences]
2012-Present, M.D.

Teaching Experience

2009, Co-Operative Education Placement as Teaching Assistant, Grade Eight Classroom
2013, Suturing Instructor, Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Health Care
2014, Laparoscopy Simulation Co-Instructor, Women?s Health Technical Skills Evening

Student Evaluations

5.17
4.57
5.08
5.58
5.71
5.88