University of Wisconsin-Madison (Biochemistry)
I started ACT tutoring when I was in high school. Students knew they could come to me to teach them the hardest materials with the ease. I took the ACT 3 times and got scores of 32+ on all the tests.
In college, I was lucky to be one of the few undergraduate teaching assistants on campus. I TA'd a Biology 100 class. Not only did my students pass the class with at least a B, I was so focused on their success that I even tutored them as a class for their general chemistry exams, which they all had trouble with. I am the tutor that cares about the students I work with.
I also had the privilege to tutor students in biology, chemistry, pre-calculus, and biochemistry while in college.
After I graduated from UW Madison, I was a chemistry camp teacher for an accelerated program where I taught 7th and 8th graders anything from introductory chemistry to advanced placement chemistry.
Back home, I tutor students privately but since I have limited time, I choose to work with students who are truly passionate about their studies. I helped a student pass a biology class, so that he could return to a full-time university.
I always score in the top 10% on all the ACT tests. For every question, I know multiple methods of getting to the correct answer. So, I will help discover ways that work for my students to excel in this section.
I was a biochemistry major in college, worked a year in environmental biochemistry research, and another 2 years in cancer research. As a scientist, I have learned to decipher graphs, charts, tables, and long passages to retrieve the most useful information. I am a scientist!
If you need help with the ACT, I am your guy! It is my goal to teach you as much as I can in as little time as possible, so that you can master the ACT come test-day! I started ACT tutoring when I was in high school. Students knew they could come to me to teach them the hardest materials with the ease. I took the ACT 3 times and got scores of 32+ on all the tests.
In college, I was lucky to be one of the few undergraduate teaching assistants on campus. I
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