Bowling Green State University (Psychology)
My name is Shantel B. from Warren, Ohio and I graduated from Bowling Green State University to achieve a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. I was the 2014-15 school year president of National Pan-Hellenic Council and within that council I represent Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated as Parliamentarian and Scholarship chair. My decision to attend Bowling Green State University was made because that is the campus that I most felt comfortable with and my major, psychology, was a well-known subject there. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are the girls that I veered towards and I am ever so happy with my decision.
I'm known as a familiar face because of all the different roles and subcommittees that I am involved in, the many different retreats that I attend, and all of the other student leaders that I interact with. I have been a tutor since my sophomore year for math up to precalculus and biology. I took courses up to calculus 2. I was granted the opportunity to become a supplemental instructor for biology. With that position, I held weekly study sessions with the students. Students were able to freely receive help as they needed. Aside from tutoring, I personally have reached my goal to achieved my “cum laude.” I graduated with a 3.608. I plan to attend graduate school in the fall.
I have been tutoring since my sophomore year and have taken up to calculus 2.
I have been tutoring biology since my sophomore year and have A's in all of those courses.
I have developed strong relationships with the students that I have tutor. They all have truly appreciated my services. With mutual effort, I can ensure that you will make improvements with my assistance. My name is Shantel B. from Warren, Ohio and I graduated from Bowling Green State University to achieve a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. I was the 2014-15 school year president of National Pan-Hellenic Council and
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