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University of Richmond (Premed)
Hi everyone, I'm a former premed student who recently graduated and am on my gap year before going to medical school next year hopefully. I love biology, have had a love hate relationship with math, so I think I can bring my experiences from that struggle to help you. My experience with tutoring started with volunteering throughout college, where I tutored math and language arts lessons to elementary and middle schoolers. I am now working in an elementary school with students as young as kindergarteners to 5th graders with their homework in all subjects reading, math, science, social studies. I have also been helping out special needs students with focusing on their homework.
I remember what it was like to struggle in school and not feel motivated because I couldn't see the big picture long term. So I like to make learning fun because it helps get me through the challenge. I love tutoring because it gives me a chance to help others and inspire them to achieve success like I was able to do. I had wonderful experiences going to college and was able to have an incredible time studying abroad in Europe and I wouldn't have if I hadn't went to college.
I am currently working in elementary schools where I have tutored students with their math homework.
Being a premed student, I've taken numerous college biology classes and it's one of my favorite subjects.
I love to help anyone with their studies whether elementary school age or high school. If you are interested in going premed I could help tutor you in biology and be a mentor as well. From my own academic experiences, I'm a firm believer in developing a good academic foundation early. There's no easy way out, so it's better to challenge yourself and find good support, which I hope to be. Hi everyone, I'm a former premed student who recently graduated and am on my gap year before going to medical school next year hopefully. I love biology, have had a love hate relationship with math, so I think I can bring my experiences
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I currently work in an elementary school, where I work with all elementary ages. I instruct homework time after school and work with their teachers to effectively help them understand what they learned that day through their homework. I also help tutor them outside of their homework in various subjects.