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UMass Boston (Biology)
I enjoy making painting and sketching as well as other forms of art. Aside from doing art, I work as a part-time employee at T.J. Maxx and attend Umass Boston as a full-time student. My career goal is to work in a lab setting working on cures for diseases. I have volunteered as peer tutors in college chemistry, organic chemistry, and college algebra.
I like being able to help others understand problems they weren't able to solve before. I think it's important that students feel confident in their learning abilities. In order to clear up any misunderstandings they have I find it efficient to asses what students already understand in the class and understand the problems students are experiencing. I always feel good when I help students improve in their classes and contribute to their success in learning. I still consider myself as a beginner in tutoring, but I have a lot of knowledge and guidance to pass on.
I have taken many math courses and exceeded with good understandings of the material.
I am well rounded in these subjects because I've had peer tutors for these classes one year ago and have done peer tutoring with other classmates when taking this course.
I've recognized techniques in tutoring from good and bad tutors from my past experiences. I look forward to hearing from students who seek support and a better understanding in their classes. I am open to any questions and love to hear about my students success in their classes. I enjoy making painting and sketching as well as other forms of art. Aside from doing art, I work as a part-time employee at T.J. Maxx and attend Umass Boston as a full-time student. My career goal is to work in a lab setting working
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