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Bachelor of Science- University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Chemistry)
I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry with a minor in philosophy. During my years as an undergraduate in general chemistry; I am not exaggerating when I say that I tutored the majority of my general chemistry II class, as well as both of my organic chemistry classes. I was simply the type of student who could excel in chemistry only if I was able to show others not only how to work a problem but also how to approach the solution in the most efficient way.
My love of philosophy began through my study of history. My opinion is that history is better learned through the study of the history of ideas, which is what the History of Philosophy is all about. History cannot be fully appreciated unless it is taught in terms of cause and effect, and not simply as a series of facts to be memorized. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry with a minor in philosophy. During my years as an undergraduate in general chemistry; I am not exaggerating when I
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I am a member of the United States Chess Federation and play regular rated tournaments. I am also a tournament director at Center 64: the only brick and mortars chess club in the city of Houston. I am rated approximately 1600 in the USCF, which is considered a rating of B. Titles go up in increments of 200 points, with 1800 being A rated, 2000 being Expert, and 2200 being Master. I can go into more specific details about the rating system if asked to do so.