John Brown University (chemistry)
I have a bachelors degree in chemistry from a small school in Arkansas, though I took organic chemistry for majors at our own CSU! I love chemistry, am a nerd through and through. During my studies, I tutored in organic chemistry, as well as doing TA work for a chemistry class. Additionally, I've had seven internships in organic, analytical, polymer, and forensic chemistry, the most recent of which were in Germany!
All that required a bit of technical writing, and I enjoy creative language outlets as well! The majority of my close friends in college were international students, hence my familiarity with a few languages and my experience with proofreading and grammatical assistance.
I'd love to help you learn in these or a variety of other disciplines, just ask!
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Ich spreche Deutsch. I have a bachelors degree in chemistry from a small school in Arkansas, though I took organic chemistry for majors at our own CSU! I love chemistry, am a nerd through and through. During my studies, I tutored in organic chemistry, as well as doing TA work for a chemistry class. Additionally, I've had seven internships in organic, analytical,
She helped me, the day before my ochem exam, for 2 hours. I had no idea what's going on. Now I have better understanding and I'm a bit more ready for it.
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I went to a Christian middle school/high school for seven years, and then obtained my BS at a Christian liberal arts school. Each of the corresponding ten years of education included at least one Bible class. Additionally, I have had three years of certification to teach children at vacation Bible school and in after-school church programs.
I have a BS in Chemistry. While getting said degree, I completed six internships with a 7th after graduation. I also tutored during my studies for two semesters of a Chemistry course.
I received a BS in Chemistry from John Brown University in Arkansas, having aced Majors Organic Chemistry at CSU in the process. I've had 4 Organic Chemistry internships lasting from two to six months in the US and Germany. I also tutored/TAed two semesters of Organic Chemistry at JBU.
In college, I had many friends who were international students. I proofread for many of them, and still get requests two years after graduation for help on this front. Though I never actually took an English course in college, due to AP credit for English Comp & Lit and English Language & Lit, grammar and proper speech have always been fun for me. Yes, I was that girl who loved to diagram sentences.