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University of Michigan (Microbiology)
I am currently a student at the University of Michigan and I am majoring in microbiology with a minor in gender and health studies. I also have my associates in science and arts from Muskegon Community College. I was valedictorian in high school. I have been tutoring for 6 years. I have tutored grades K-12 and some undergraduate math tutoring. I love tutoring because I enjoy seeing students succeed and have the confidence in themselves they need to succeed.
I have taken up to calculus 1 in college. I have never gotten lower than an A in any math courses. I also received a 30 in the math section on the ACT.
I'm a biology major, so this is what I mainly study. I have a lot of experience with biology and love the topic.
I have taken 4 years of Spanish classes, including 2 semesters in college. I received all As in all of my Spanish classes and love the language.
I'm really flexible with my schedule as long as I don't have classes during that time. I'm super friendly and patient. I have been in college classes since my junior year of high school, and have taken a wide variety of classes. I have knowledge in many areas of study and would love to help you succeed! I am currently a student at the University of Michigan and I am majoring in microbiology with a minor in gender and health studies. I also have my associates in science and arts from Muskegon Community College. I was
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