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University of Arkansas (Community Health)
University of Texas Health Science Center (Other)
Hello!! My name is Lauren Ibekwe. I just finished my Bachelor of Science in Community Health Promotion at the University of Arkansas in May of this year. I was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. I moved to Houston in August to obtain a Master of Public Health at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Other than the traffic, I think I am adjusting quite well to life in such a big city. I love learning. I am passionate about education and giving back to my community. I have a lengthy background in peer education and tutoring. I believe patience and determination is the key to learning. And I offer these attributes to each and every student I tutor. I usually start by evaluating the easiest way for a student to learn and retain information. Then I come up with methods to keep the student interested and invested in the material. After that, I work with the student to develop study skills based on the learning method that suits them the best. I am reliable and willing to go above and beyond for any student that I tutor. I would love to get the opportunity to provide your student with all the help they need. I look forward to working with you and your student.
Hello!! My name is Lauren Ibekwe. I just finished my Bachelor of Science in Community Health Promotion at the University of Arkansas in May of this year. I was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. I moved to Houston in August to obtain a Master of Public Health at the University of
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