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UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI (Industrial Chemistry)
University of Missouri-Columbia (Master's)
During my sophomore year at college my love for chemistry exceed my interest in Math and after four years I earned my BS in Industrial Chemistry. During the long summer holidays I tutor high school Math, Chemistry and French to Seniors who had their final high school finals to prepare.
After my undergraduate I decided to attend graduate school. During my three years at the University of Missouri-Columbia, I taught classes in General Chemistry and organic chemistry to a diverse setting of students, I supervised and guided undergraduate students performing laboratory experiments, this would include demonstration, assistance and grading the laboratory reports on a weekly basis. I also held end of semester review sessions to prepare students for the finals exams.
I have away of making chemistry interesting by giving real life examples, making it fun and interactive, but focused on the task on had. I was rated very highly as a teaching assistant at the University of Missouri-Columbia during my three years there.
I am a fluent speaker for French.
I am looking forward to hearing from you and working with you to help you achieve your goals. I am sure that I can help you achieve success in Algebra, Chemistry and Francais.
I do require a 24 hour cancellation notice. I am looking forward to hearing from you. During my sophomore year at college my love for chemistry exceed my interest in Math and after four years I earned my BS in Industrial Chemistry. During the long summer holidays I tutor high school Math, Chemistry and … Read more
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