University of Tennessee Knoxville (Neuroscience)
Hello! I'm new to tutoring in academic subjects, but I have experience in coaching and personal training. I developed a love for developing others during my time working as a basketball trainer. I'm currently a pre-med student majoring in neuroscience at UTK. During my academic college career I've gained exceptional study habits, and have learned how to maximize my study times. I would love to share what I've learned and help you out in any way that I can.
It is important to build a strong foundation before moving on to more difficult math subjects and sciences. I am most confident in these areas of math, because we use these methods at nauseam in physics, chemistry, and pre-calculus so I've had plenty of recent practice.
I love biology! It is my favorite science class. It was in my cellular and molecular biology course that I learned how to best study for biology. I made an A in that class, and am currently in Microbiology, in which I am also doing well.
Basketball was my first love. I began playing seriously when I was 11, and continued up until the summer before my sophomore year. I played varsity high school basketball at Hendersonville Christian Academy all 4 years of high school. During my freshman and sophomore year, I was a key part of back-to-back state championship teams. I was named captain voted on by the team my Junior and Senior season. My senior season we had changed conferences to TSSAA and had some success finishing third in our conference behind BGA and FRA who ended up playing each other in the state finals. I was fortunate enough to play one year of college basketball at an NCAA Division 2 school in Nashville. I was originally wanting to coach and teach, before I changed my mind to pursue medicine.
I will do my best to help you achieve your goals. Hello! I'm new to tutoring in academic subjects, but I have experience in coaching and personal training. I developed a love for developing others during my time working as a basketball trainer. I'm currently a pre-med student majoring in neuroscience at UTK. During my academic college career I've gained exceptional study habits, and have learned
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I spent 2 years working as a basketball trainer, specifically for middle to high school players. I specifically worked on improving ball handling skills. I played varsity high school basketball all 4 years, and was captain my junior and senior year. I played one year of college basketball at an NCAA division 2 school as well.