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Hi, my name is Justin. I am a student at BYU. Working toward my Bachelor's in Nutrition. I plan on going on to grad school to become a professor. I love teaching and helping. I am a very kind and patient tutor. I used to work with children and adults with developmental disabilities, so I have gained an ability to work with people with any mental capacity. My father was a high school chemistry teacher and I grew up loving chemistry. I work in the chemistry department in the chemistry stockroom. I was previously a Biochemistry major. I actively tutor Chem 105 and 106 at BYU. If you are struggling or just need someone to help you with homework or stay on task with you chemistry learning, I am your man!
Hi, my name is Justin. I am a student at BYU. Working toward my Bachelor's in Nutrition. I plan on going on to grad school to become a professor. I love teaching and helping. I am a very kind and patient tutor. I used to work with children and adults with developmental disabilities,
When my sister was a freshman she was not doing good in math (Ap geometry) so I hired Justin as a tutor. My sister is really good at math but for some weird reason geometry would not stick to her but Justin would slowly explain everything. He would draw items out to help her. My sister also needed help in her biology class so he also helped her in this subject. Justin was very understanding in what my sister needed help in, this is why he helped her for a few weeks, three times a week for two hours or as needed. I wish he would have continued to help my sister but he went to medical school and moved from Arizona. He was very nice, respectful, and comprehensive, and patient, if you do not understand a subject he will happily help you with it. He would literally spend like half an hour with one problem until my sister understood everything, that is what we liked about him because he was very patient, usually other tutors begin to get angry or frustrated, but he stayed calm. I highly recommend him as a tutor, not only because my sister got her grade up 3 letter grades, but because he respected my family and me and if you hired him for an hour he would tutor for the whole hour not leave like 10 minutes before the hour is up like other tutors. Hire him if you want someone professional that will teach your kid, sibling, friend, or acquaintance.
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