Karolina Woroniecka,
MD/PhD Candidate

Karolina Woroniecka, MD/PhD Candidate

Qualifications and Experience

Education/Medical Training

  • Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University; B.S. in Biology and Hispanic Studies in 2013
  • Matriculated in Duke Medical Scientist Training Program 2013

Test Scores

  • 237 on USMLE Step 1
  • 251 on USMLE Step 2 CK
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute Student Fellow 2012-2013
  • Research focus in T-cell dysfunction in glioblastoma, Duke Department of Pathology
  • Achieved honors in all clinical rotations
  • Over 6 years experience tutoring and mentoring students in scientific and medical subjects: high school through medical school
  • Published academic author

Qualifications and Experience

What Students Are Saying

“I just wanted to get back to you and let you know that so much of the material we covered over our tutoring sessions was word for word on my exam! Several of the diagrams that you chose were exactly the same ones that I had on my exam! You are a fantastic tutor, and it was truly wonderful having you as my guide. Whatever the results may be, it was wonderful attaining so much knowledge about the human body in such a short period of time, with your attentive understanding and vast knowledge base.”

W.H., Step 1 Student

“My sessions with Karolina have been great. I find that she is very much helpful with explaining concepts and also assuring that I understand the particular topic and its correlations. I also feel that the challenge questions are helpful with my thinking and understanding as well as the questions that Karolina asks me which really require me to explain and think about why the correct answer is correct and the other choices are not.”

B.W., Step 1 Student

“Just wanted to thank you for all of your help with Step 2 CK studying (and studying for all other exams, as well). Received my score report this morning and I scored a 235, which was very similar to the scores on the NBME practice exams. I definitely would not have been able to achieve that score without all of your assistance and time.” 

M.C., Step 1 and Step 2 CK Student