I graduated from Westside High School in Macon, Georgia. I attended Mercer University for three years and this semester I transferred to Kennesaw State University and am double majoring in Information Systems and Information Security Assurance. I was a Information Systems Technology Major and Chemistry and Biology minor when I was at Mercer. After I transferred to KSU, I realized that they did not have Chemistry minors and to complete my Biology minor, I would have to re-take my Biology classes. I am on the Pre-Med Track; I have taken up to Organic Chemistry I and am waiting to take Organic Chemistry II and Physics and then I will take my MCAT. My major is my backup if I don't do well on the MCAT. I have been helping fellow classmates ever since high school in the difficult subjects. I started tutoring Calculus freshman year at Mercer and the following year I started tutoring Chemistry after making A's in General Chemistry I and II. After taking Biology, I started tutoring Biology. I had to get recommendation letters from my professors to obtain the tutoring jobs.
I have a way with words and make things much simpler than they might seem. Most teachers teach in a certain way that can be confusing for people who might not have a strong basic understanding in that subject. I usually can show students basic methods when it comes to problem solving and techniques to help them in the future. The reason I'm an excellent tutor is because I myself have been to tutoring so many times and each time I felt better after understanding the subject I didn't know before. I make an effort to make the subject I tutor simple as possible. I will also help the student with fundamental building blocks in the subject they are having trouble with. I believe strongly in letting the student ask as many questions as they possibly can ponder. I enjoy enlightening young minds to become better students; any difficulty with a particular subject detected early can be mended by grasping a better understanding of the fundamental basics of that subject.
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