Rutgers University (Biotechnology)
Job is a Biotechnician by profession. During his college years, he spent his free time tutoring students in schools in areas where he was well informed such as Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Physics. However, his passion for tutoring started while he was in grammar school in Kenya. Some of the students in his village lacked textbooks and since Job was privileged to have science textbooks, he was able to offer tutorial lessons to other students after school. Job did an excellent work of tutoring that he was awarded the best student helper in the primary school he attended. Likewise, he was awarded as best student helper in high school. Moving to America in the year 2004, Job joined college and he further sharpened his tutoring skills by helping students understand the difficult material concepts of Chemistry and Physics.
From the experience that Job has had for tutoring for more than twelve years, he has not only helped students to perform well but he has mastered the material while doing aiding the students. One thing Job loves about tutoring is that he never gets tired of sharing knowledge with other students. He has learnt to be patient with all the students he's been assigned to tutor. Job is well qualified in all areas of Mathematics, starting from algebra, topology, combinatorics, logic number theory, applied Mathematics, analysis to Calculus III. What makes Job an expert in Math and Chemistry is the use of formulas for Math and using visual drawings in Chemistry I and II which helps students to remember easily and store information in long term memory. Even though Job was offered a job at Mayo Clinic to work as a biotechnician, he still had room for tutorial lessons because he believes that education is the key to success. Job relocated to New Jersey in the year 2015 so that he would help more students attain their goals. Offered an opportunity, Job will gladly take the role of a tutor and maximize his skills for enlightening the future of America.
I believe that chewing what you can bite is the best way of studying chemistry. study not in bulk but little by little especially after class. Review the material and if you have any questions, ask. The sooner the better.
My passion is to help students understand the material better especially in Math and Chemistry subjects. Job is a Biotechnician by profession. During his college years, he spent his free time tutoring students in schools in areas where he was well informed such as Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Physics. However, his passion for tutoring started while he was in grammar school in Kenya. Some of the students in his village lacked textbooks and