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Fresno City College (Pre-medical)
Hi, I'm James, and I'm a student myself! I'm currently studying to transfer for a Bachelors in Biology. This requires rigorous courses all around, with a focus on practical, as well as creative, thinking. I've worked as a tutor/mentor in the City of Fresno's after-school program, and my first job was even for the Boys and Girls Club down the street from my house! I love to learn and I love to provide to others the wonder of a new perspective through learning.
I'm a unique tutor, in regards to placing myself in my students shoes and understanding how a concept might be difficult to her/him. This empathy affords me the patience and insight required to discover the way in which an individual learns.
I used to HATE math... HATE IT!! But now in my second semester of Calculus, and moving toward a degree in math, I grew to love the challenge of solving advanced "number puzzles" (as I like to think of them), and to see how they apply to everyday things. If you absolutely DESPISE math, I'm right there with you, and I'm the math tutor for you!
Originally planning on transferring for a Bachelors in Literature, I currently hold an Associate's in English. My love affair with reading and creative writing, birthed in adolescence as a coping mechanism,
Hi, I'm James, and I'm a student myself! I'm currently studying to transfer for a Bachelors in Biology. This requires rigorous courses all around, with a focus on practical, as well as creative, thinking. I've worked as a tutor/mentor in the City of Fresno's after-school program, and my
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