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University of Montevallo, Montevallo, AL (Chemistry)
I am a chemistry major at the University of Montevallo. Chemistry and English are my two favorite subjects to tutor because they are both subjects that I enjoy learning about. With chemistry nothing is fully set in stone and new things are being found every day in the field. In English, one can find whole other worlds or a new meaning to any story. I like helping people find enjoyment in the same things I do or - at the very least - help make it simpler or easier for them to understand.
I began tutoring my young brother when he struggled with his third grade math problems. Helping him comprehend something and seeing how much he enjoyed it after he could understand it made tutoring fun. Last year, I ended up assisting a friend of mine with her Chem-100 class and absolutely loved every second of it. I tutored over a dozen people, including my old college roommate, in English and found that it could be more of a challenge than anything I've ever done before. However, I welcome the challenge and it gives me an excuse to use all the English knowledge I've built up over the years.
I am available Monday - Friday from 4pm to 11pm. If you need help with chemistry or English whether it's for an entry-level or college-level course I am more than willing to tutor you. Hopefully, I can help you understand or even enjoy the course. I am a chemistry major at the University of Montevallo. Chemistry and English are my two favorite subjects to tutor because they are both subjects that I enjoy learning about. With chemistry nothing is fully set in stone and new
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