As you probably noted from my profile title, my main area of expertise is all things science-I took every science class my high school had to offer (except for physics, which I have been avoiding like the plague) and majored in both Biology and Nutrition & Food Sciences in college. My focal point, however, is Anatomy & Physiology. I took the course as a high school junior and then was chosen by my teacher to serve as his aide the following year, where I was able to practice small group teaching, individual tutoring, laboratory set ups, and even substitute taught a few times. In college, I was required to take Anatomy & Physiology and was once again chosen by my professors to act as the Supplemental Instructor for the course the next year. This position allowed me to fully develop my tutoring and teaching skills, including one-on-one open office hours and group lessons based on challenging topics as well as overall study and learning strategies. I also have experience on the other side of tutoring, after a particularly difficult Organic Chemistry course led me to seek out help at my college's learning co-op. I had a really positive experience and would love to help other students have the same.
My other areas of knowledge include English (particularly grammar, proofreading, and reading comprehension), miscellaneous health and wellness topics (I'm a certified Personal Trainer and avid gym goer), and overall study habits and organizational skills. As a high school student with a 4.0 GPA and a college student who received a free college education based on maintaining high academic standards, I know what it takes to succeed in your education. I am interested in helping anyone at any point in their academic journey and look forward to hearing from any of you who feel like we would be a good fit.
Hope to hear from you soon!
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