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University of Central Florida (Chemistry)
I am a senior chemistry student looking to help other undergraduates excel in freshman to junior level chemistry or math courses. I do not have any professional tutoring experience, but I always seem to be the student who helps many of my classmates to succeed.
I have taken general chemistry, physics, organic chemistry I & II, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry I & II, and inorganic chemistry as well as Calculus I, II, and III and ordinary differential equations. I am very strong in math and science courses and currently hold a 3.7 GPA at UCF.
I enjoy solving math problems as they are like a puzzle, and the more you solve them the easier they become.
I do not claim to be the best teacher, but I am a very patient person and enjoy helping others. I have excellent study habits and would enjoy passing them on to those in need. I hope that my low cost will encourage students to take advantage of my skills and become a better student themselves. I am a senior chemistry student looking to help other undergraduates excel in freshman to junior level chemistry or math courses. I do not have any professional tutoring experience,
$20 for first hour and $15/hr for each additional hour within the same lesson.
Ryan went over college algebra logarithims and was absolutley awesome. He was very patient and had no trouble explaning things multiple times and multiple ways which is exactly what I need. I have a low D in this class and with one month left and Ryans help I am confident I can achieve a B or a very high C in this short time.
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