Before we begin I must tell a brief secret in that school is not difficult as it seems to be. The main problem faced by most students is a lack of understanding of the subject, and this is where I come in to the picture to help you navigate through this labyrinth of information.
I had begun working as a tutor ever since my sophomore year in high school, and I continued tutoring math, chemistry, and biology during my years at SUNY University at Albany. Upon graduating with a B.S in biological sciences and in spite of not having a teaching certificate, I was offered a teaching job at life sciences Secondary H.S due, in part, for my extensive experiences as a tutor; there I taught AP chemistry, chemistry, mathematics, and biology.
Currently, I am enrolled in the Master of Public Health program at Walden University which involves a multiplicity of writings on health and environmental issues. I strongly believe my years of learning in conjunction of my drive for excellence would bring ample improvements and successes to your children's endeavors. Lastly, from the lips of a great man who once revolutionized India in the quest of freedom, and whose ideology has impacted the world and posterity to come:
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” - Gandhi
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