University of California, Irvine (Pre-Pharmacy)
University of Maryland, Baltimore (Enrolled)
Hi everyone! My name is Alex and I am a current pharmacy student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. I am originally from California, where I attended University of California, Irvine and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. It was during my time in college where I really got involved in tutoring. It's always fun helping students overcome obstacles and be part of their journey to success. As someone who has already gone through what many current students are going through, I wanted to share my experiences and tips to success so they, too, could make it through successfully.
At UC Irvine, I tutored general chemistry and organic chemistry. I was responsible for creating lesson plans to help organize the students' thoughts. I also promoted group work because I wanted students to be able to communicate their thought processes with one another and help each other out without feeling intimidated. Currently at University of Maryland, I volunteer on Saturdays to tutor middle school and high school students in subject like algebra, chemistry, and biology.
If you are in need of tutoring, feel free to contact me!
I scored a 740 on the SAT math section.
I worked as an on-campus chemistry tutor at UC Irvine for 3 years, tutoring general chemistry and organic chemistry. I also excelled in those subjects in college, receiving A's. I have also taken the PCAT exam (if anyone interested in pharmacy school needs PCAT help, contact me!)
I have edited numerous essays from high school and college students. I was able to help a college student go from getting B- on her papers to getting A's, which helped her receive an A- at the very end of the quarter.
Hi everyone! My name is Alex and I am a current pharmacy student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. I am originally from California, where I attended University of California, Irvine and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. It was during my time in college where I really got involved in tutoring. It's always fun
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I worked as an organic chemistry tutor with the Learning and Academic Resource Center (LARC) at UC Irvine from 2014 to 2016. During my time at LARC, I was trained in the method of supplemental instruction, encouraging students to be more active in their learning by having them participate in fun activities. I also excelled in organic chemistry as a student, receiving A's in the lectures and in the lab courses. I took organic chemistry during the summer after my first year of college, where the classes were accelerated.