I received my Bachelor's degree in Louisiana in Chemistry, and I am currently a graduate student at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor finishing my Master's degree in Chemistry. I have experience performing chemistry research in my undergraduate education, and I have performed research in two different labs here in graduate school. In all my research experience, I have gained experience in collecting and analyzing chemical data as well as understanding how chemical concepts manifest themselves in real chemistry research. I love learning and talking about chemistry, and I am finishing my Master's degree because I am interested in teaching chemistry rather than doing chemistry research. I have experience tutoring general chemistry during my undergraduate education, and I have had opportunities to teach organic chemistry in a lab setting. Furthermore, I have experience with preparing and grading exams in both organic chemistry and advanced general chemistry classes. In my experience teaching, I have really enjoyed it, and it has led me to pursue teaching as a possible career. I find fulfillment in helping students understand chemical concepts and apply them, and it reinforces my understanding. I have even found that I learn new things from students when it comes to finding ways to teach chemistry. In addition to my extensive chemistry background, I have a good math foundation, specifically in algebra and calculus. I am most interested in being a chemistry tutor, but I also like math and would like to tutor in that subject as well.
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