University of Tennessee at Martin (Biology)
Trevecca Nazarene University (Master's)
While I was working towards my undergraduate degree, I was involved with a tutoring program at my undergraduate university called Trio. It was a program designed to help disadvantaged students who either had a learning disability, were the first in their family to go to college, or came from a home with financial hardships. It was very rewarding for me to see these students achieve their goals and grasp the concepts they were learning in class! I was thrilled to develop friendships with several of my students, some of whom I still keep in touch with today.
After college, I taught anatomy and physiology courses to college students for a year before pursuing my graduate degree. Again, I found it very rewarding to help educate people who had aspirations of working in the medical field. Many of my former students are now nurses, or pursuing their graduate/professional degree including dental students, medical students, and pharmacy students. Learning has been a lifelong passion of mine, and I believe through tutoring and teaching I can not only continue to fuel this passion, but help instill a love of learning in others. Math, science, and spanish are the skills where I am most knowledgeable. If you are struggling in any of these, feel free to contact me!
I am fully qualified to tutor in several high school level math classes, including algebra 1, prealgebra, and calculus. I was able to obtain a working knowledge of these courses while in high school, and I also helped to tutor college students in these subjects while I was also in college.
I took several chemistry courses while in college, and I am proficient in high school chemistry as well as the lower level college chemistry courses. I am not qualified to help with P chem or organic chemistry. I tutored a number of student in college chemistry courses while I was in college.
I am proficient in speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. This includes, but is not limited to, very conjugation in present tenses, past tenses (preterite and imperfect), subjunctive tense, and future tense, as well as pronunciation. I helped tutor a few students in college level Spanish courses while I was also in college.
I was fortunate enough to be able to tutor and teach other students while I was just a student myself. Learning has been a lifelong passion of mine, and through tutoring and teaching, I have been able to have a better grasp on these subjects. I hope that I can instill this same passion of learning for anyone I tutor and help you to achieve your goals! While I was working towards my undergraduate degree, I was involved with a tutoring program at my undergraduate university called Trio. It was a program designed to help disadvantaged students who either had a learning disability, were the first in their family to go to college, or came from a home with financial hardships. It was very rewarding
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