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Wayne State University (Speech Language Path)
Wayne State Unversity School of Medicine (MD)
I am a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine with a passion for teaching math and science. I started tutoring my classmates in high school and I haven’t stopped. My goal then was to get us all to college. Now, I aim to teach and support our youth so that they may achieve their goals.
I find that students can be overwhelmed by the new language these subjects force them to learn along with learning the material. My goal is to help the student master the language and move past that road block to actually getting down into exploring the subject. I’ll help you work through your fears and move you towards the head of the class. I am dedicated to doing whatever I have to do to make sure my students succeed. I am a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine with a passion for teaching math and science. I started tutoring my classmates in high school and I haven’t stopped. My goal then was to get us all to college. Now, I aim to
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I have a doctorate in medicine. I have tutored the individual math subjects covered in this portion of the test. I work with students that require me to break information down to the bare bones and then bring them back to the big picture.