University of Cincinnati (Biochemistry)
University of Cincinnati (Master's)
I am the recipient of a newly acquired Master's Degree in Physiology. My undergraduate degree from Cincinnati was a double major in Biochemistry and Biology. I also offer tutoring in Chemistry, Physics and German. Furthermore I offer MCAT tutoring on the MCAT's biology and physics sections. I have taken the MCAT twice in the past and earned a 36 and 37. I received a 13 on the BS sub-section and a 14 on the physical sciences. I am confident that with hard work and a little guidance anyone can make a significant difference in their MCAT score.
Additionally, I have one year of experience as a biological chemistry instruction leader. During my time in this position I organized two 1.5 hour, optional review sessions for biology and chemistry graduate students and upper level undergraduates. Students during who attended my sessions scored on average 1 letter grade better on their biochemistry coursework than those who did not. Furthermore, they were a third as likely to fail or drop out of their biochemistry courses.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read my profile. Feel feel to contact me if you are motivated to learn and improve! I am the recipient of a newly acquired Master's Degree in Physiology. My undergraduate degree from Cincinnati was a double major in Biochemistry and Biology. I also offer tutoring in Chemistry, Physics and German. Furthermore I offer MCAT tutoring on the MCAT's biology and physics sections. I have taken the MCAT twice in the past and earned a 36
Chuck is very good at explaining difficult concepts in a way that is easy to understand. He is very patient and takes his time to make sure you understand the material. I highly recommend him!
Chuck was organized and focused directly on what I needed to accomplish and focus on most. He was easy to understand and follow. It will be a real asset to have him tutor me in AP Biology.
We are working on a college level 300 class - Biochemistry. Currently, Chuck is teaching me about glycolysis, enzymes, TCA cycle. In just two lessons, we have made great progress once Chuck and I established a working style.
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I taught biochem during my senior year at UC. Each review session was about 15-30 students. On average, those who attended my review sessions scored a letter grade higher than those who did not. They were also a third as likely to fail.
I have a degree in Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati. I also have a year experience teaching biochemistry for the University. I scored a 14 on the physical science section of the MCAT (which contains all the general chemistry information covered on the exam).
I have a BS in Biological Science. Courses that I have passed with an A or higher include, Genetics, Eukaryotic Genetics, Biochemistry and Molecular Microbiology. The last two had substantial genetic components. I also possess a master's degree in physiology, which leaned heavily on basic genetics.