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University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI (Kinesiology)
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI (Master's)
My name is Michelle and I recently graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Master of Science in Exercise Science. During my graduate career, I taught numerous sections of Human Anatomy Lab to undergraduate students. This subject matter can be challenging to some students, but I'm here to guide you in finding the most efficient study method to learn the material. Although I only have teaching experience in Human Anatomy, I am also able to tutor in related subjects, including physiology and other Kinesiology courses.
As your tutor, my top priority is make sure each student gets what he/she wants out of each session. After determining the student's goals, I will tailor each session to that student's specific learning style and explain things in the most simple terms possible. In addition, I am also willing to provide extra study resources to reinforce the concepts we go over. I am willing to travel within a 5 mile radius from my location, but I can be flexible if necessary. I have a 24-hour cancellation policy, in which make up sessions can be arranged.
I look forward to answering any of your questions and to help you achieve academic success! My name is Michelle and I recently graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Master of Science in Exercise Science. During my graduate career, I taught numerous sections of Human Anatomy Lab to undergraduate
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