The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina (B.S. Biology)
Campbell University school of Osteopathic Medicine (Class of '19) (Other)
To get things started, I'm a true science nut. Since I have been a kid, I have always been intrigued with getting to know the fine intricacies of life and figuring out the tough "why do things work " questions. This desire and drive for knowledge has led me down many paths, and now has me waiting for medical school to start! While medicine has always been my ultimate goal, I have researched with professors in field ecology, biostatistics, public health, and many others.
My college education was rather interesting as I spent my "glory days" at the military institute Pat Conroy wrote about in The Lords of Discipline. While I was there, I often griped and complained about all the ridiculous time wasting training and discipline, yet I have found since graduation that overall, I have been more prepared to handle the real world! While at the Citadel, I was one of the few members of the honors program, and graduated Magna Cum Laude. I am thrilled at any opportunities to tutor, because I know the impact that someone outside the classroom can have on the learning process. Gaining multiple approaches to a problem or idea can help solidify it or reveal new workings of the stumbling block. Lastly, I love to see people improve their understanding. So if you would like a tutor who has an interesting background and obsession with science, you've found the right person.
As a part of the difficult honors program at the Citadel, I had to go through two honors math courses which increased my calculus skills incredibly. After that course, most algebra equations seem pretty simple!
Diverse understanding of real world applications for the biological sciences and connections to other fields of study!
Just as an added bonus, I truly enjoy the outdoors (fishing, hunting, hiking, camping) and would love if outdoor lessons could work out! To get things started, I'm a true science nut. Since I have been a kid, I have always been intrigued with getting to know the fine intricacies of life and figuring out the tough "why do things work " questions. This desire and drive for knowledge has led me down many paths, and now has me waiting for medical school to start! While medicine has
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