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-Purdue University, West lafayette (Chemistry, Biochem)
The University of California, Berkeley (Master's)
I am completing my Master's of Science in Chemistry this semester at UC, Berkeley. I think it's very important to make math and science accessible to the American public, rather than to make people feel intimidated or discouraged by it. I especially care about encouraging and empowering people to pursue their dreams! At this point in my career I can best achieve this by tutoring one-on-one. In my free time I enjoy practicing yoga, doing makeup and hair, and reading about health and wellness.
My technical experience: I have taught three semesters of college-level general chemistry for non-majors, completed a pedagogy course within the Cal Berkeley Dept. of Chemistry, and experienced the process of grading and what teachers tend to emphasize when grading. I also know about about how to execute chemical and biological laboratory techniques and safety protocols, in case you have questions about lab material! For math, I've completed (with a B or better) all math courses through Calculus III & Analytical Plane Geometry. I also am a very empathetic and reflective listener. I'm really happy to help you!
I look forward to meeting you and making science and math more interesting and fun for you! Please contact me if you're excited about learning more and improving your scores! I will get back to you within about 24 hours. :) I am completing my Master's of Science in Chemistry this semester at UC, Berkeley. I think it's very important to make math and science accessible to the American public, rather
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