*Please note: Unfortunately due to my schedule I can't accept anymore students until late June/July. If you'd like to contact me then you know where to find me! Thanks and best of luck!
Hi! I'm passionate about education and critical thinking, and would love to help kids or adults in their pursuits. I have a diverse educational background with a minor in Social Sciences and a degree in Natural Sciences. My strongest areas are Biology, Chemistry, Algebra, as well as Psychology and English. I tutored for the Biology department and the Writing Center at UL. I'm applying to Medical School and can also offer assistance in Medical career guidance, or help in navigating for those aspiring to attend college.
I've learned through tutoring that kids and adults alike have so much potential and just need a little boost to get them there sometimes. I also know that in order to address concerns in learning, listening is a must. I'm a compassionate, encouraging, patient person and I love to help. My way of teaching is to lead the student to the answer, and show them how, not just what. A person who knows how to think is much more valuable to their own progress than one who's been told what to think.
I can absolutely help children or adults of any ages. I have a soft spot for kids and a sympathetic ear for adults who often have to work or raise a family while tending to their education.
When I started in college I was 18, newly married, and starting my first full time job. I had no idea the obstacles I'd placed in my own way, but fought, and quite literally at times, starved for my degree. I learned so much about the struggles and realities of a collegiate education. It took me seven years to earn my degree, many of which were also spent working two jobs. I'm studying to take the MCAT currently and can't wait to go to medical school. When I finished my undergraduate degree in 2009, I felt an astounding accomplishment but also a freedom. I had no textbooks, or assignments, but my desire to know has never waned. An insatiable curiosity about nearly everything drove my own self-directed study and I know will continue my entire life. Something I very much want to share with my students.
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