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University of Mississippi (Chemistry)
I graduated the University of Mississippi in Spring 2016 with a B.S. in Chemistry and minor in Biology. My goal is to attend medical school and become a physician. Until then, I want to help students achieve success with their academics.
I currently work as a tutor in the FedEx Student-Athlete Academic Success Center at the University of Mississippi. Here, I tutor a variety of subjects including Chem 105 & 106: General Chemistry I & II, Math 261: Calculus I, Math 110: Quantitative Reasoning, Chem 221 & 22: Organic Chemistry I & II, Psy 202: Elementary Statistics, and many more.
I have a strong passion for teaching and want to help students become successful and independent learners through objective-based and goal-oriented tutoring sessions. Realizing each student is unique with their own strengths and weaknesses, I offer personalized lessons that cater directly to the student's needs. By fostering a strong appreciation for the subject material, I try to make learning a fun process for the student resulting in a stronger mastery of the content covered.
As a part of my major, I was required to take the Calculus I-IV sequence and Math 353: Elementary Differential Equations. I have always enjoyed math and did well in all of my classes during college.
I have a B.S. in Chemistry and a minor in biology. I was required to take many upper level Chemistry and Biology courses as a part of my major. I graduated the University of Mississippi in Spring 2016 with a B.S. in Chemistry and minor in Biology. My goal is to attend medical school and become a physician. Until then, I want to help students achieve success with their
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I took Honors Chem 221: Organic Chemistry I, Honors Chem 223: Organic Chemistry II, Chem 423: Organic Analysis, in addition to other upper level chemistry courses, as a part of my major and received all A's. In addition to this, I also conducted research in Inorganic Chemistry as an undergraduate where I applied the concepts learned in Organic Chemistry for my projects.