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Graduate from the University of Pittsburgh (Chemistry)
I do not have much experience in tutoring but I love learning and teaching others what I have learned. I have taken many math courses in college focusing mainly on calculus helping me perfect my algebra. I use a lot of trigonometry in my calculus too.
With a bachelors degree in chemistry and a focus in biology and taking science courses in veterinary school, I have a lot of experience with the biology and chemistry subjects. I was a grade A and B student in high school and graduated in the top 10 percent of my class and found high school to be a lot of fun. Hopefully I can help you earn a lot of high grades.
FOIL method, solving equations, conics, derivatives, integrals, area of shapes, laws of sines and cosines, unit circle, Pythagorean theorem, solving polynomials, etc.
Took courses in fundamentals of biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, microanatomy (histopathology), animal (mainly dog, horse, and cow) anatomy, and physiology. Understand cells and energy, heredity and the genome, molecular biology, evolution, form and function of plants, form and function of animals, and ecology.
Please contact me to learn more and schedule lessons. I do not have much experience in tutoring but I love learning and teaching others what I have learned. I have taken many math courses in college focusing mainly on calculus helping me perfect my … Read more
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