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Godly J.

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Baltimore, MD (21201)

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Hello, I am a first year medical student at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. I graduated with a degree in biochemistry from the University of Maryland, College Park with a 3.6 GPA and three years of tutoring experience under my belt.

After receiving a 2260 on the SAT and a 32 on the MCAT I have decided to continue tutoring during my years in medical school. In my three years as a tutor at the University and for WyzAnt, I have worked with about 100 students for about 700 hours total.

As a tutor, I focus on highlighting overarching concepts such as electron delocalization in organic chemistry, the conditions of constant velocity in physics, and the electronic character of atomic nuclei in general chemistry. By coupling an emphasis on the most important general principles with a focus on working through practice problems, I have received much positive feedback from the students I tutor.

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Godly’s subjects

ACT Math

I did not take the ACT but I did extremely well on the SAT Math section where I only got one question wrong.

Algebra 1

I was selected in elementary school to follow an advanced math curriculum. Therefore, I took Algebra 1 in the 7th grade and continued to take math on an accelerated path until taking Calculus 3 my freshman year in college.

Biochemistry

I graduated with a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Maryland and had to take several biochemistry courses to do so. I have tutored several students in this subject and they have all seen marked improvement.

Biology

I began my biological studies as a Science and Technology student at Eleanor Roosevelt High School. Since then, biology has been one of my best subjects because it applies directly to my future career in medicine. Since I started college I have taken 5 biology courses including molecular genetics, human anatomy & physiology, microbiology, and cell biology & physiology.

Calculus

Math has always been one of my strongest subjects. I scored a 790 out of 800 on the SAT Math section and went on to take Calculus 3 my first year in college. My strategy for teaching math is to first get a thorough understanding of exactly whats step(s) the student is struggling on and guide the student through practice problems while emphasizing key concepts.

Chemistry

I am a biochemistry major at the University of Maryland and have taken many of the advanced chemistry courses the school has to offer. I have tutored general chemistry for the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department for 2 years.

Geometry

I took geometry as early as middle school and continued to work on my geometry skills in preparation for the SAT.

MCAT

I took the MCAT in March of 2012 after studying for a year and a half and got a 32 on the exam. I received a score of 13 on the physical sciences section and 11 on the biological sciences section. My score, in addition to my other credentials, got me accepted into 6 medical schools on the east coast. My years of studying and tutoring math and science in college is what allowed me to achieve these scores.

Organic Chemistry

I have completed Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 at the University of Maryland with a grade of a B and A, respectively. Additionally, I studied Organic Chemistry for about a year in order to prepare for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT). I have been tutoring organic chemistry for two years at the University of Maryland.

Physics

I took physics 1 and 2 my junior year of high school and received a 5 (out of 5) on the the Advanced placement test for both. I also took over a year to study physics in preparation for the Medical College Admissions Test.

Physiology

I studied physiology extensively in preparation for the MCAT. I also took an intro summer course in anatomy and physiology as well as the full course at the University of Maryland.

Prealgebra

Math has always been one of my strongest subjects. I scored a 790 out of 800 on the SAT Math section and went on to take Calculus 3 my first year in college. My strategy for teaching math is to first get a thorough understanding of exactly whats step(s) the student is struggling on and guide the student through practice problems while emphasizing key concepts.

Precalculus

Math has always been one of my strongest subjects. I scored a 790 out of 800 on the SAT Math section and went on to take Calculus 3 my first year in college. My strategy for teaching math is to first get a thorough understanding of exactly whats step(s) the student is struggling on and guide the student through practice problems while emphasizing key concepts.

SAT Math

Math has always been one of my strongest subjects. I scored a 790 out of 800 on the SAT Math section and went on to take Calculus 3 my first year in college. My strategy for teaching math is to first get a thorough understanding of exactly whats step(s) the student is struggling on and guide the student through practice problems while emphasizing key concepts.

Statistics

I took advanced placement statistics in high school and received a 4 on the AP test in order to get college credit. I also took biostatistics my senior year of college and received an A.

Trigonometry

I took trigonometry in high school and received an A every quarter. I continued to use my trigonometry skills in almost all the math classes I have taken thereafter.

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Education

University of Maryland, College Park

A real passion for science. Godly has a real passion for biology and teaching. He was able to explain my lesson in simple terms, and he was very patient with me, as I am an adult learner, returning to college after many years. He was extremely flexible, and punctual. I look forward to his tutelage in the future. ...

— Tonya from Hughesville, MD on 3/28/13);

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Standard Hourly Fee: $40.00

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Godly will travel within 30 miles of Baltimore, MD 21201.

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