University of Nc-Greensboro (Master's)
I'm Clarice. I am a Chemistry Professor who enjoys teaching and tutoring chemistry. When my children were in high school, I tutored their friends. I even established an SAT Prep Program in my community. I also am a registered Radiologic Technologist. My methods are easy to follow and I believe I can tutor anyone, if they are willing to learn.
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I'm Clarice. I am a Chemistry Professor who enjoys teaching and tutoring chemistry. When my children were in high school, I tutored their friends. I even established an SAT Prep Program in my community. I also am a registered Radiologic Technologist. My methods are easy to follow and I believe I can tutor anyone, if they are
Thank you for helping Julian today. I really appreciate it. Hopefully the lessons will get smoother for him to understand
Clarice did a great job with my two teenage girls in both Chemistry and Geometry. She has great follow up with the girls and prepared Abigail for a coming Geometry test that she needs a good score on.
She's teaching me English. Grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and composition. I'm preparing to take a nursing pre-entrance exam. The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is used as part of the admissions process by Nursing and Allied Health schools nationwide.
Teas info: she has a broad understanding of what is needed to pass the teas. She is helping me overcome my anxiety of taking the teas. She has taught me how to read the reading questions in order to answer them correctly. As in what to look for. She is also tutoring me on the math part. Overall she is the best tutor I've found ever.
Clarice cares about the individual student and learns how they learn and is very knowledgeable and will help over and above. We are very grateful to have her as a tutor.
I am currently tutoring students in topics such as Probability, transformational geometry, and solving equations. A good strategy is to keep a notebook of the lessons we cover. In that way, you can put that information away until you are ready to be tested on it, and be able to concentrate on the topics in class. I like to study upcoming topics before you get to them in class and also review topics on which you have not tested well. Keeping that notebook allows students to learn topics, record them in words they understand and put that away until you are ready to be tested on the information, such as at exam time.
I attended Eastern Virginia Medical School for 9 months before I realized it was not for me. The Physician Assistants worked harder than I worked as an Xray Tech, so I knew that career was not for me. I think it is an excellent career for a person who is just starting their career, but I'm looking for something a little less physical. At EVMS, we had to name every bone, artery and vein in the body as well as their function. I am looking at those notes right now. I have also taken Sectional Anatomy for Imaging Professional just recently because I am interested in radionuclide labeling. So, I'm sure I have everything you need! Let me know how I can help.
I have tutored many, many students. This started when my children were in high school. I tutor their friends who played sports. I set up an SAT Prep program in my neighborhood at the Community Center and it was very successful. Last year, I worked at Forsyth Tech Comm College as a Chemistry instructor. I tutored many students. The demand for my tutoring was so great that I started working in the Learning Center and tutoring students in addition to my teaching job.I understand what it means to have good study skills and in most cases, students do not have the time required to apply those skills, either because of work or other circumstances. I think of myself as that bridge needed to be successful!
Although I am not an Elementary School teacher, I have tutored my neighbor's children in math often.
I have a master's degree in Chemistry and I am currently teaching Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. I would love the opportunity to tutor Organic Chemistry with WyzAnt. Important organic functional groups include: alkenes, alkynes, esters, ethers, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids.
I tutored students for the TEAS test while teaching at Forsyth Tech Community College. I tutored students in Biology, Anatomy and Physiology and Chemistry and Math. With a Master's in Chemistry and Associate's Degree in Radiology Technology, I am knowledgeable of many of the subjects tested on the TEAS tests. Students need to have knowledge of Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, metric units and equivalents. The TEAS tests exams not only knowledge of the subjects, but also understanding and manipulation of different equations.