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Bethel Univeristy (Biology-environment)
As a summa cum Laude graduate, I realize that hard work and diligent studying practice proves the best grade outcomes.
All through college I played baseball and also served as the team's designated tutor for all things science. Biology is concept and definition memorization. I have mastered techniques of memorizing and repeating massive amounts of information.
I enjoy a challenge and like to challenge the students I help. I like to set goals and watch as the extra study time unfold new questions and a deeper understanding for complex biological subjects.
I graduated with a 3.9 GPA from Bethel University as a student athlete. My classmates relied heavily on me to gain more understanding and better study practice.
I was a 4 year starting catcher in college: 2 years for Columbia state CC, leading them to the Juco world series and 2 years for Bethel University receiving All conference recognition and the Gold Glove award. I love the game and love teaching the game.
I am available every night during the week after 5 and Saturday mornings! Please feel free to contact me by phone or email and I will get back to you very quickly! Thanks for dropping in! As a summa cum Laude graduate, I realize that hard work and diligent studying practice proves the best grade outcomes.
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