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Molly R.

USD $25/hr

Academic writing and psychology

Tutor Information


Hi there! I graduated from cum laude from Muhlenberg College in 2021 with a BA in psychology with a minor in dance. I am currently in the process of completing my masters degree in developmental psychology at Teachers College at Columbia University. Prior to this, I briefly enrolled in an experimental psychology PhD program where I’ve worked as a research coordinator and a graduate teaching assistant. I have experience teaching intro to psych, statistics in psychology, and research methods in psychology at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Part of my job in this role was also to proofread/edit student papers and provide feedback. I love helping others learn and am currently pursuing the pathway to become a professor. My strengths lie in psychology, academic writing, and statistics (particularly for SPSS).


Montclair, United States






High School


Teachers College, Columbia University

2023 - 2024
MA in progress, Developmental psychology
Expected completion summer 2024

Washington State University

2021 - 2022
PhD training incomplete, Experimental Psychology

Muhlenberg College

2017 - 2021
BA, Psychology

Work Experience

Columbia University

September 2023 - December 2023
Associate II - Teaching Assistant
Quantitative Theory and Methodology for the Social Sciences - QMSS Masters Degree Program ● Provided classroom support in addition to leading lab and discussion sections. ● Graded assignments and examinations while adhering to predetermined graduate level rubrics and grading scales. ● Maintained weekly office hours and answered student questions outside of class.

Washington State University

August 2021 - December 2022
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Delivered statistical analysis and experimental design lectures, specifically teaching z-tests, t-tests, ANOVA, regression, probabilities, mediation, and moderation analyses. Guided hands-on workshops for 30+ undergraduates, equipping them with the skills to effectively use, interpret, and present results from statistical software (SPSS). Engaged in weekly meetings to answer students’ questions and provided assistance. Individualized feedback on student writing and course progress for an accumulated 120 students to promote academic success.