It Doesn't Need to be Complicated
It Doesn't Need to be Complicated
Hey! Just a little bit about me: At this point in my life I am a Pre-Physician Assistant student at Brigham Young University and am in hot pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Microbiology with a Minor in Chemistry. Back home in Florida, while in high school, I had some pretty sweet opportunities to tutor many of my peers in an array of subjects. I found that not only did I enjoy teaching for my own personal development and learning but I also found great satisfaction in knowing that I made...
Hey! Just a little bit about me: At this point in my life I am a Pre-Physician Assistant student at Brigham Young University and am in hot pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Microbiology with a Minor in Chemistry. Back home in Florida, while in high school, I had some pretty sweet opportunities to tutor many of my peers in an array of subjects. I found that not only did I enjoy teaching for my own personal development and learning but I also found great satisfaction in knowing that I made someone's life just a little bit easier just by helping them gain a greater understanding for a topic. I myself struggled in Chemistry in high school and hit a low point for a bit where my other grades took a hit as well, so I understand just how important it is for students to believe in themselves and have a positive outlook on their education. I love helping those around me and I believe that everyone deserves the most out of their education--- no one can take what you know away from you. I hope to help you see your potential and to overcome those challenges that stand in your way of understanding the world around you.
While in high school I undertook a number of AP classes and when it came time for exams I had no issue scoring high marks. I am familiar with a number a subjects, science being my main specialty. Being a Microbiology major (with chemistry) I tend to focus more on the life sciences but I am also proficient in math and English. Currently I am a Teaching Assistant/Mentor for a student development class at BYU where we teach study techniques as well as skills to be a better/faster reader so I can help in that department too.
I have had a solid grasp on math since middle school and throughout high school I was in advanced math classes all the way up through AP Calculus. During that time I was in a math club where we got to spend a bit of time each semester tutoring others in math. Since then, I have only taken Statistics in college but I continue to use algebra and some calculus concepts in my science classes so I am proficient in those skills.
I have a unique love for science where it is literally a part of who I am (Ha!) and I just about eat, breath, and sleep it. In high school I was a part of a Medical lab assistant program where we learned about health science and became Certified Phlebotomists, I also took AP Chemistry and AP Biology as well as earned a near perfect score on the Biology SAT. Now in college, science is what I do. I am starting my 4th year and have covered Molecular Biology, Microbiology, the hands on labs, Anatomy with cadaver lab, Bio-Organic Chemistry, Gen Chem 1 and 2 with lab, general biology, and Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 with lab.
If you need any assistance with any subject that sounds like it might be something I can help you navigate, please contact me! If you would like to get to know me better or want to schedule a lesson, do the same and help me, help you. I am excited to learn together!
Patient and willing to go at any pace
She's encouraging and completely willing to take things as slow as needed with much repetition. She understood my questions even when I wasn't able to explain them fully.Maddie, 1 lesson with Casey
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