University of Georgia Athens, GA (Biology)
My name is George and I'm a University of Georgia graduate with a degree in Biology. I am a guest lecturer at Emory’s School of Medicine where I speak with second year medical students. My academic strengths mostly deal with math and sciences. My goal is not only to help guide students but also to truly help you become experts on the subject they want to excel in. My tutoring style begins with reviewing your syllabus or course/subject details in order to structure an appropriate study schedule and style. My goal is to prepare you for each quiz by thoroughly breaking down the necessary information. This way, by the time the test rolls around it will be a breeze. Studying with me will help you feel calm, relaxed and prepared for exams. No more test anxiety!
I have a year of tutoring experience in a classroom setting as well as online. I consolidated and present information to fellow classmates and students in an organized and effective manner. I enjoy giving my students an opportunity to display their understanding of the material. This way I can get a better grasp of the areas where the student shines and struggles in. I conduct my sessions in a judgement free and enjoyable way.
I have a laid back and agreeable personality but I also stay very focused on the course and information. One of the attributes I'm most proud of is my ability to relate extremely well with others. I am also well managed and focused on efficiently using time to produce the best results and outcomes for you. However, I believe the best learning environment is a fun one. I feel that information is best absorbed while you feel happy and at ease. My name is George and I'm a University of Georgia graduate with a degree in Biology. I am a guest lecturer at Emory’s School of Medicine where I speak with second year medical students. My academic strengths mostly deal with math and sciences. My goal is not only to help guide students but also to truly help you become experts on the subject they
We are lucky to have found George. My 13 year old son who HATES algebra 1 is really getting the hang of it. George is patient. He explains things, and breaks them down in such a way that my son can easily follow along. George explains the problems, explains the reasoning, and shows him how to work them out, then has my son do some on his own. My son is starting to show confidence in his abilities, under George’s tutelage. My son’s understanding of algebraic concepts has greatly improved. And this is only 5 lessons in!! P.S. Have some Skittles on hand. Those are George’s favorite.
Our son is 16 and he is reluctant student. George has helped him with biology and math and it seems to be paying off. Our Son has connected with George and that has been wonderful as establishing a connection is often hard battle .
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I excelled in Algebra 1 in high school and college. I would really like to help other people learn to enjoy math the way I do.
I graduated with a degree in Biology from the University of Georgia.
I attended the University of Georgia where I studied Biology and was required to take two upper level physics classes. While taking those classes I learned the fundamentals and application of all the physics equations a student would encounter in high school or college. My specialty is helping students understand the questions visually.