As a biology student myself I have come to learn over the last 3 years while in college just how much of a challenge courses like anatomy and algebra can be. And during that academic climb I have also discovered a whole assortment of resources in the form of books, videos, activities as well as study methods which have enabled me to attain A's in all the biology related courses I have taken to date including anatomy and microbiology. I have also tutored over a dozen students during the course of the last 3 years not to mention led study groups on these subjects. In addition I was also given the honor and privilege of teaching the remainder of my anatomy 2 and introduction to computers class while my professor's have stepped out to attend a meeting which has further enhanced my skills as a tutor. I also have real world clinical experience from the 5 years I have been actively working as a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. During my time working as a ccma I have seen just about every condition discussed during microbiology not to mention I am constantly using what I have learned during anatomy and chemistry when dealing with my patients. So I know how critically important it is to really do well with these courses as they will play a tremendous role in how well students do once they get out into the world and apply what they have learned in their careers. I also know that text books alone aren't enough for students which is why I try to not just offer resources that can be used during the tutoring sessions but I try to show students how they can enhance their learning experience during their own spare time through the help of materials they can easily obtain for themselves. I don't believe that a tutors job ends at the conclusion of a session but rather it is our absolute responsibility to properly equip our students for the long stretch and make a positive lasting impression on them that will carry them to their career dreams. As a tutor, I will do my best to show my students that nothing is impossible in the world of academics.
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