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Morehead State University (Imaging Sciences)
I attend Morehead State University and attended a very intense class on Anatomy and Physiology. I had a beast of a teacher. I received an A in both courses, which is rather hard to do with this professor. I can basically teach this course thoroughly. I have my notes still and am confident in my ability to help. I can travel if I'm close or meet up somewhere.
I have tutored many people for my MSU A&P 1 & 2 classes. Their quiz average was increased quite a bit (we had quizzes everyday). One girl even joked around about how you could tell which days she studied with me and which days she didn't because of what she made on the quiz.
Before a lesson begins, I'll ask for the material to see if I'm the best option for the subject. We will then decide on how to communicate the lesson. I will review my notes if I see the need to refresh my memory on a certain topic. After this, we can set a time and date for it to begin.
I am a very easy-going person. I will try my best to make you feel as comfortable as possible.
Brittany S. Hello,
I attend Morehead State University and attended a very intense class on Anatomy and Physiology. I had a beast of a teacher. I received an A in both courses, which is rather hard to do with this professor. I can
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