Igor Voznesensky

     I graduated from McGill University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with a Minor in Economics. Since then, I have been traveling and I am in the process of applying to medical school for the coming 2012 year. I am currently seeking medical volunteering positions in the New York City area. I am very passionate about community service and medical volunteering because it is an opportunity for personal interaction with people, hands-on work, and most importantly, a meaningful way to improve the lives of others. My tutoring philosophy is that anyone can excel on the SAT as long as they are dedicated, hardworking, and have the proper guidance. Having worked as an Ivy Bound instructor for the past few years, I strongly believe that their unique prep curriculum and expert tutors provide students with the tools they need for success.


McGill University, Class of 2011
Montreal, QC, Canada
  • BS in Biochemistry
  • Minor: Economics
Conard High School, Class of 2007
West Hartford, CT
  • AP Scholar with Distinction
  • Maximum Academic Honors


McGill University: Biochemistry Undergraduate Mentoring Program, 2009-2011
Montreal, QC, Canada
    • Advisory mentor for underclassmen in biochemistry
McGill University: Yellow Door- Elderly Project, 2009-2011
Montreal, QC, Canada
    • Weekly visits with socially/physically isolated senior
University of Connecticut: Migrant Farm Worker Clinic, 2009
Cheshire, CT
    • Spanish translator, provided health education and primary care screening to migrant farm workers

Igor Voznesensky


  • U.S. & Internationally--via Skype
  • Summer: Sleepy Hollow, NY
  • School Year: Sleepy Hollow, NY


  • SAT I: 2200
    • Critical Reading: 730
    • Math: 740
    • Writing: 730
  • AP Courses w/ test:
    • Biology: 5
    • European History: 4
    • US History: 4
    • US Gov’t and Pol: 5
    • AC Calculus: 4
    • English Literature: 5
    • English Language: 4
    • Spanish Literature: 5
    • Spanish Language: 4

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