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Learning With Will

$40/hour

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  • Fultondale, AL 35068

About Will


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I am a former Cancer Biologist who has taught undergraduate biology and biomedical sciences classes at UAB and Birmingham-Southern. I have a great passion and gift for teaching that I am happy to share with anyone that I can help. I worked for nine summers at a local camp teaching classes on subjects that I knew well and that I was learning from experts as I taught. Learning is an important life skill. When you learn "how to learn," any subject becomes much easier. I am happy to help you...

I am a former Cancer Biologist who has taught undergraduate biology and biomedical sciences classes at UAB and Birmingham-Southern. I have a great passion and gift for teaching that I am happy to share with anyone that I can help. I worked for nine summers at a local camp teaching classes on subjects that I knew well and that I was learning from experts as I taught. Learning is an important life skill. When you learn "how to learn," any subject becomes much easier. I am happy to help you learn to pass a test or course - but more importantly I would like to help make your future studies easier and more enjoyable. I am willing to help in a variety of subjects at the elementary, middle high school or college level in addition to my expertise in language/communication and science at the collegiate level.

I graduated cum laude from Birmingham-Southern with a major in biology. I took general chemistry, organic chemistry, cellular and molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, microbiology, and other biomedical courses. I prepared for the MCAT initially but decided that being a doctor was not for me. I have enjoyed conducting research as we all being a teaching assistant in undergraduate and graduate schools. I began work on my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology in 2012 but decided to leave early following a medical leave of absence. For a short period of time, I worked as a full-time Realtor, representing both owner-occupants and investors. I returned briefly to the lab in 2018. My projects have involved molecular biology, cell biology, animal models of disease, disease pathophysiology, drug resistance, immunology, genomics, metabolism, biochemistry, microbiology, bioinformatics and metabolomics.

I studied French for four years in high school and completed my minor in French at Birmingham-Southern. I conducted two independent research projects on the role of English and French language in the development of Quebecois society and Quebecois/Canadian language laws. I have a passion for teaching and enjoy learning the relationship between English and other languages (particularly middle French, German, Latin, and Greek). Foreign language is simply learning how people of another culture communicate. My wife is an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter, and I enjoy learning about deaf culture and communication. The best way to learn another language is immersion. This can be miserable if you don't have good support or if you aren't really interested in living in a foreign country. Alternative learning methods should be adapted to the goal of the student and their learning style - memorization, association, story/scenario based communication, etc. Let's develop a plan that matches you!

Writing is just another form of communication. Learning the nuisances of the style appropriate for a specific type of paper or audience is key to sounding articulate and enticing your reader. I developed a scientific methodology and writing course for undergraduates and have helped numerous friends and colleagues with writing - from academic papers to grants, biosketchs to website articles and PR pieces. My ASL sign name is even a writing "W." If you want help proofreading or learning how to write (style, grammar, formatting, etc.), let's talk (or write)!

History was my best subject through middle and high school. In French, the word for history and "story" are the same. Anyone who wants to learn or understand the past should approach history with the same philosophy. All of the dates, names, and places are just bits of information about the past. They are important only to help shape our understanding of the present and the future. The ideas and institutions that existed in the past are best conseptualized as stories. When you learn how to view history as stories in the context of specific themes, the "memorization" comes much easier and you are better prepared for writing assignments and essay/short answer questions. I made a 5 (top score) on the AP American History exam in high school by using this learning philosophy rather than studying for the exam.

I love teaching. My mother was an Elementary classroom teacher and speech language pathologist. My father teaches safety and industrial efficiency. I grew up with a love of learning and it is something that I am happy to share with anyone looking for help. Once you learn how to learn and enjoy the process, it becomes easier to learn - even if it is a subject that you don't initially find interesting. I like working with students of any age or background - provided that they are willing to learn. Teaching is a gift. I'd be happy to share it with you!


Education

Birmingham-Southern College
Biology
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Masters

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  • Hourly rate: $40 for in-person / $40 for online
  • Lesson cancellation: 8 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 4/12/2016

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Subjects

Business

GRE,

GRE

I successfully took the GRE in 2011 to enter a Ph.D. program in 2012. I earned a score above the average for my desired program with minimal studying because I learned which test taking strategies I needed to employ for the GRE. The best way to prepare for these types of tests is to become familiar with the types of questions and learn how to approach each.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I have been using excel for over a dozen years in business and science. I've done many budgets and business/financial reports powered by Excel for everything from community non-profits and clubs to my own small business. As a scientist, I regularly use Excel's "nesting" formulas and macros for answering complex questions with thousands of data points. As a teacher, it is a great way to keep track of student grades and information in ways not always quickly usable in institutionalized grade book software like Canvas, Blackboard or Moodle.
Microsoft PowerPoint,

Microsoft PowerPoint

I regularly use PowerPoint in business and academia. As an instructor, I create my own lecture presentations in PowerPoint (and occasionally Key Note on a Mac) including graphics and standard templates to reuse for the same course. As a research scientist, I use PowerPoint to insert data from experiments from Excel in the form of tables and charts. I also make committee and lab group presentations. When I was in Real Estate, I crafted my own branding for digital and print presentations that could easily be modified to fit the type of client I was working with.
Microsoft Word

Computer

Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I have been using excel for over a dozen years in business and science. I've done many budgets and business/financial reports powered by Excel for everything from community non-profits and clubs to my own small business. As a scientist, I regularly use Excel's "nesting" formulas and macros for answering complex questions with thousands of data points. As a teacher, it is a great way to keep track of student grades and information in ways not always quickly usable in institutionalized grade book software like Canvas, Blackboard or Moodle.
Microsoft Outlook,

Microsoft Outlook

I have used Outlook as an integral part of my professional responsibilities for more than a decade including managing single and multi-user calendars, complex email functions for multiple accounts and integration with other Microsoft products like Sharepoint, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Videos. As part of my job, I have taught co-workers how to utilize these features for business and academia.
Microsoft PowerPoint,

Microsoft PowerPoint

I regularly use PowerPoint in business and academia. As an instructor, I create my own lecture presentations in PowerPoint (and occasionally Key Note on a Mac) including graphics and standard templates to reuse for the same course. As a research scientist, I use PowerPoint to insert data from experiments from Excel in the form of tables and charts. I also make committee and lab group presentations. When I was in Real Estate, I crafted my own branding for digital and print presentations that could easily be modified to fit the type of client I was working with.
General Computer, Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

French,

French

I have a minor in French from Birmingham-Southern College where I focused on French literature, linguistics and Quebecois history and culture. I conducted an independent study project on the politics and history of language in Canada while conducting research in the National Assembly Archives in Quebec. I presented this paper (in French and English) at the Southern Regional Honors Conference in 2012. I particularly enjoy etymology of words coming from Latin, Greek and German into Romance languages like French, Spanish and Italian and then from Middle French into Middle English. (I also have taken some Latin and Italian.) In college, I also volunteered for four years to help English Language Learners (adults) practice their spoken and written American English skills.
Grammar,

Grammar

In elementary school and high school I served as my schools' newspaper editor which necessitated a very exacting knowledge of grammar and style. While studying Latin and French, I developed a keen interest in etymology and how words and grammar have evolved over time through cultural exchanges. I earned a minor in French in undergraduate where I conducted research on the language politics and history of Canada. I also conducted my honors research in Education, studying the differences in pedagogy for English language learners versus foreign language curriculum, including their approaches to comprehending grammar differences. As a scientist and science educator, I am constantly proofreading and editing my work and that of colleagues.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I have been using excel for over a dozen years in business and science. I've done many budgets and business/financial reports powered by Excel for everything from community non-profits and clubs to my own small business. As a scientist, I regularly use Excel's "nesting" formulas and macros for answering complex questions with thousands of data points. As a teacher, it is a great way to keep track of student grades and information in ways not always quickly usable in institutionalized grade book software like Canvas, Blackboard or Moodle.
Microsoft PowerPoint,

Microsoft PowerPoint

I regularly use PowerPoint in business and academia. As an instructor, I create my own lecture presentations in PowerPoint (and occasionally Key Note on a Mac) including graphics and standard templates to reuse for the same course. As a research scientist, I use PowerPoint to insert data from experiments from Excel in the form of tables and charts. I also make committee and lab group presentations. When I was in Real Estate, I crafted my own branding for digital and print presentations that could easily be modified to fit the type of client I was working with.
Proofreading,

Proofreading

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. This includes proofreading my own and others manuscripts, posters and presentations. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
General Computer, Microsoft Word

Elementary Education

Elementary Science,

Elementary Science

I am a trained Cancer Biologist who has taught undergraduate non-majors biology and research and writing coursework to biomedical sciences majors. Understanding science is really all about understanding how to use the scientific method to ask questions like "how," "why," or "when." I began helping elementary school science students with dissections and studying for science olympiad events (egg drop, science boggle, anatomy, orienteering, etc.) when I was in high school. I still enjoy helping curiosity seekers of all ages understand the basic concepts of what we call science.
Grammar,

Grammar

In elementary school and high school I served as my schools' newspaper editor which necessitated a very exacting knowledge of grammar and style. While studying Latin and French, I developed a keen interest in etymology and how words and grammar have evolved over time through cultural exchanges. I earned a minor in French in undergraduate where I conducted research on the language politics and history of Canada. I also conducted my honors research in Education, studying the differences in pedagogy for English language learners versus foreign language curriculum, including their approaches to comprehending grammar differences. As a scientist and science educator, I am constantly proofreading and editing my work and that of colleagues.
Elementary Math, Spelling, Vocabulary

English

ACT English,

ACT English

I am a trained scientist and teacher including teaching coursework in reading and writing science for undergraduates. As a student, I received a 35 on the ACT English section and regularly employ many of the grammar, reading and writing skills used in this section as part of my job. I have experience helping students of all backgrounds master these skills.
English,

English

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
Grammar,

Grammar

In elementary school and high school I served as my schools' newspaper editor which necessitated a very exacting knowledge of grammar and style. While studying Latin and French, I developed a keen interest in etymology and how words and grammar have evolved over time through cultural exchanges. I earned a minor in French in undergraduate where I conducted research on the language politics and history of Canada. I also conducted my honors research in Education, studying the differences in pedagogy for English language learners versus foreign language curriculum, including their approaches to comprehending grammar differences. As a scientist and science educator, I am constantly proofreading and editing my work and that of colleagues.
Proofreading,

Proofreading

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. This includes proofreading my own and others manuscripts, posters and presentations. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
Writing,

Writing

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
Spelling, Vocabulary

History

Geography,

Geography

I've been a geography nerd since elementary school. I loved to pick up maps (of all types) and study everything from transportation to languages to landscapes to cultures. Geography is really about understanding how themes of history and culture interact with physical attributes of land and sea. As a former real estate agent I also have a thorough understanding of how geography effects everyday situations. Learning geography is about more than just memorization, and most students can benefit from a fresh perspective when learning about natural and societal beauty known as geography.
American History, European History, Government & Politics, World History

Homeschool

Biology,

Biology

I earned a B.S. in Biology (cum laude) from Birmingham-Southern College and a M.S. in Basic Medical Sciences from UAB. I almost completed my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology at UAB before leaving for work-life balance following a medical absence. My research expertise is in cancer progression and metastasis, disease pathophysiology, genetics/genomics, metabolism/metabolomics, cell biology, immunology, disease modeling, microbiology and molecular biology. I love to teach (help students experience that "light bulb moment"). Most recently I have taught non-majors biology labs and redesigned a junior-level research methods and scientific writing class for junior-level biomedical sciences majors.
English,

English

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
French,

French

I have a minor in French from Birmingham-Southern College where I focused on French literature, linguistics and Quebecois history and culture. I conducted an independent study project on the politics and history of language in Canada while conducting research in the National Assembly Archives in Quebec. I presented this paper (in French and English) at the Southern Regional Honors Conference in 2012. I particularly enjoy etymology of words coming from Latin, Greek and German into Romance languages like French, Spanish and Italian and then from Middle French into Middle English. (I also have taken some Latin and Italian.) In college, I also volunteered for four years to help English Language Learners (adults) practice their spoken and written American English skills.
Writing,

Writing

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
Spelling

Language

French

French

I have a minor in French from Birmingham-Southern College where I focused on French literature, linguistics and Quebecois history and culture. I conducted an independent study project on the politics and history of language in Canada while conducting research in the National Assembly Archives in Quebec. I presented this paper (in French and English) at the Southern Regional Honors Conference in 2012. I particularly enjoy etymology of words coming from Latin, Greek and German into Romance languages like French, Spanish and Italian and then from Middle French into Middle English. (I also have taken some Latin and Italian.) In college, I also volunteered for four years to help English Language Learners (adults) practice their spoken and written American English skills.

Most Popular

Biology,

Biology

I earned a B.S. in Biology (cum laude) from Birmingham-Southern College and a M.S. in Basic Medical Sciences from UAB. I almost completed my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology at UAB before leaving for work-life balance following a medical absence. My research expertise is in cancer progression and metastasis, disease pathophysiology, genetics/genomics, metabolism/metabolomics, cell biology, immunology, disease modeling, microbiology and molecular biology. I love to teach (help students experience that "light bulb moment"). Most recently I have taught non-majors biology labs and redesigned a junior-level research methods and scientific writing class for junior-level biomedical sciences majors.
English,

English

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.
French,

French

I have a minor in French from Birmingham-Southern College where I focused on French literature, linguistics and Quebecois history and culture. I conducted an independent study project on the politics and history of language in Canada while conducting research in the National Assembly Archives in Quebec. I presented this paper (in French and English) at the Southern Regional Honors Conference in 2012. I particularly enjoy etymology of words coming from Latin, Greek and German into Romance languages like French, Spanish and Italian and then from Middle French into Middle English. (I also have taken some Latin and Italian.) In college, I also volunteered for four years to help English Language Learners (adults) practice their spoken and written American English skills.
Writing

Writing

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.

Other

Geography,

Geography

I've been a geography nerd since elementary school. I loved to pick up maps (of all types) and study everything from transportation to languages to landscapes to cultures. Geography is really about understanding how themes of history and culture interact with physical attributes of land and sea. As a former real estate agent I also have a thorough understanding of how geography effects everyday situations. Learning geography is about more than just memorization, and most students can benefit from a fresh perspective when learning about natural and societal beauty known as geography.
Government & Politics

Science

Anatomy,

Anatomy

I graduated from Birmingham-Southern College with a B.S. in Biology where I conducted research in yeast genetics. I received an M.S. in Basic Medical Sciences from the University of Alabama while working towards a Ph.D. in Cancer Biology. My research has focused on cancer progression and metastasis, cell biology and metabolism, genetic/genomic manipulations, bioinformatic analyses, metabolomics, disease modeling in cell and animals, immunology and disease pathophysiology. I have designed and taught undergraduate non-majors biology labs and a junior-level research methods and scientific writing course. Mammalian anatomy and physiology at the level of organism, tissue and cell has been central to the courses I've taught and my research.
Biochemistry,

Biochemistry

I earned a B.S. in Biology from Birmingham-Southern College where I took advanced coursework in biochemistry, cellular biology, genetics and microbiology. I worked on my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, studying cell signaling, biochemistry, immunology, cellular physiology, disease pathobiology and genomic/proteomic/metabolimic changes in breast cancer progression. I am familiar with bioinformatics, genetic and molecular biology techniques and mouse models of disease. I have taught biochemistry concepts as part of a non-majors biology lab course that I designed and in hands-on lab training for trainees.
Biology,

Biology

I earned a B.S. in Biology (cum laude) from Birmingham-Southern College and a M.S. in Basic Medical Sciences from UAB. I almost completed my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology at UAB before leaving for work-life balance following a medical absence. My research expertise is in cancer progression and metastasis, disease pathophysiology, genetics/genomics, metabolism/metabolomics, cell biology, immunology, disease modeling, microbiology and molecular biology. I love to teach (help students experience that "light bulb moment"). Most recently I have taught non-majors biology labs and redesigned a junior-level research methods and scientific writing class for junior-level biomedical sciences majors.
Genetics,

Genetics

I majored in Biology in undergraduate, receiving an A in both Genetics (with lab) and Evolutionary Ecology. I received a B in Genetics as part of my Ph.D. core curriculum and an A in the cancer biology/cell biology-specific "Genomic Structure and Function" course. I have basic science research experience in in silico genomic data analysis and data mining (RNA-seq, microarrays, pathway analyses, etc.) and have used various genetic technologies to alter human, mouse, and yeast cell gene expression. I am also familiar with proteomics, lipidomics, and metabolimics as thy relate to the genome.
Microbiology

Microbiology

I have a B.S. in Biology from Birmingham-Southern College (cum laude) where I did my senior research project working with the budding yeast S. cerevisiae and served as a teaching fellow for an Advanced Cell Biology lab utilizing the fission yeast S. pombe. I received an A in undergraduate Microbiology and other relevant genetics/molecular/cellular biology advanced courses. I have an M.S. in Basic Medical Sciences from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where I have regularly worked with different bacteria for genetic and genomic manipulation of mammalian cells. Most recently I re-designed a non-majors lab course which utilized yeast and bacteria to understand the basic concepts of biology. I have taken graduate coursework in various areas of genomics, cellular and molecular biology and immunology which incorporate important microbiology concepts.

Summer

Biology,

Biology

I earned a B.S. in Biology (cum laude) from Birmingham-Southern College and a M.S. in Basic Medical Sciences from UAB. I almost completed my Ph.D. in Cancer Biology at UAB before leaving for work-life balance following a medical absence. My research expertise is in cancer progression and metastasis, disease pathophysiology, genetics/genomics, metabolism/metabolomics, cell biology, immunology, disease modeling, microbiology and molecular biology. I love to teach (help students experience that "light bulb moment"). Most recently I have taught non-majors biology labs and redesigned a junior-level research methods and scientific writing class for junior-level biomedical sciences majors.
French,

French

I have a minor in French from Birmingham-Southern College where I focused on French literature, linguistics and Quebecois history and culture. I conducted an independent study project on the politics and history of language in Canada while conducting research in the National Assembly Archives in Quebec. I presented this paper (in French and English) at the Southern Regional Honors Conference in 2012. I particularly enjoy etymology of words coming from Latin, Greek and German into Romance languages like French, Spanish and Italian and then from Middle French into Middle English. (I also have taken some Latin and Italian.) In college, I also volunteered for four years to help English Language Learners (adults) practice their spoken and written American English skills.
Writing

Writing

I am an experienced writer in science and business. As a former Realtor, I have written marketing and sales pitches for print and digital projects of varying lengths. As a scientist, I have written peer-reviewed research articles and grant-style proposals. Recently I redesigned a 300-level biomedical sciences majors course which focused on research methodologies and scientific writing. I have taught persuasive, expository and narrative writing styles. In all of my collegiate biology courses, there is a significant writing component in which I regularly provided critiques and feedback in addition to grades. My students often meet with me to brainstorm, get feedback and work on their writing style (in science/biology). I have experience with citation management in a variety of styles and can help with the use of Endnote.

Test Preparation

ACT English,

ACT English

I am a trained scientist and teacher including teaching coursework in reading and writing science for undergraduates. As a student, I received a 35 on the ACT English section and regularly employ many of the grammar, reading and writing skills used in this section as part of my job. I have experience helping students of all backgrounds master these skills.
GRE

GRE

I successfully took the GRE in 2011 to enter a Ph.D. program in 2012. I earned a score above the average for my desired program with minimal studying because I learned which test taking strategies I needed to employ for the GRE. The best way to prepare for these types of tests is to become familiar with the types of questions and learn how to approach each.

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Knowledgeable and organized for my son to follow

He checks after every class with my son to see if there is something else they should do. And gives a multiple choice quiz to see if my son understood the lesson

Kavita, 16 lessons with Will

Knowledgeable, patient and proactive tutor

Will was helping me with how to write a research topic and he was very patient with me and took his time to prepare and make sure I understood the process. He is a very proactive tutor who did not rest to make sure I got top quality explanations. He is very encouraging and flexible with scheduling to help ensure that there is always enough time to provide the assistance I needed. Great tutor! You won't regret choosing him.

Justin, 33 lessons with Will

Biology tutor

Will is a patient and knowledgeable tutor. He will direct a student towards other resources to reinforce the material and information covered during the tutorial.

Vica, 46 lessons with Will

Kind and Flexible Tutor!

Having had a few lessons with him, I’m happy at the format of the lessons we have now, in which I’m able to also try to determine what the answers on the PowerPoints are, allowing me to also test how much I truly know about the topic, then to see his answer. It is easy to see the work he puts towards each lesson, and I also appreciate that! He’s a great tutor. :)

Nam-Tran, 7 lessons with Will

Knowledgeable and helpful

Will is great for our son as he has quickly established that he is a visual learner and has adjusted the lessons to suit his learning style. This is just what he needed.

Kerrie, 18 lessons with Will
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