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University of New Mexico (Biology and Spanish)
I am microbiologist who has a lifelong love of teaching students about general biology, math, genetics and chemistry. I have 9 years of experience in teaching college level biology, chemistry, and math. During this time I have had the pleasure of seeing my students grow into intelligent young scientists. Most of my students have moved on to medical school or graduate school, and through my guidance have become very successful.
One of my goals as a tutor is to keep the student challenged but not overwhelmed. I like to assign homework on the content we reviewed during our session and give periodic progress reports and overall assessments on the students advancement.
During high school and college I excelled in algebra and helped mentor other students in my class in passing Algebra courses.
I have 9 years of experience working in a microbiological, and biochemical laboratory in which I have mentored students on developing there own research projects. I have successfully published several manuscripts peer reviewed by scientists in my field.
I am generally available for tutoring Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. I can travel to students or meet them online. My base rate is $60.00 per hour for in-person lessons and $45.00 per hour for online lessons. I will offer lesson packages for a discount- contact me for more details. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve your educational goals! I am microbiologist who has a lifelong love of teaching students about general biology, math, genetics and chemistry.
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