Eastern Washington University (Anthropology)
I love to help people (including my own two daughters) to understand things which they are struggling with. When I was in my math classes in the final years of my undergraduate degree, and in all actuality the entire time I was in math I struggled every day. But I found it so fascinating I kept with it. In the end I feel like the fact that I had to struggle so hard makes it so that I can see where those that I help are coming from.
I tutored for the Eastern Washington University (EWU) Mathematics lab for two years from September to June for thirty hours a week (loved it). I have a BA in Anthropology and minors in both Physics and Mathematics. The only reason I didn't have a few more in there was I was told I could no longer be a career undergraduate and I needed to move forward. So I applied and was accepted into the Master program for Mathematics at EWU. In my second year I was offered a teaching instructorship. I love to help people (including my own two daughters) to understand things which they are struggling with. When I was in my math classes in the final years of my undergraduate degree, and in all actuality the entire time I was in math I struggled every day. But I found it so fascinating I kept with it. In the end I feel like the fact that I had
Willing to tutor an additional person on the same subject at the same time for no additional fees.
Jarrel tutored for six weeks of college level PreCalc. It was the toughest material. Great guy. Always on time. You'll like Jarrel!
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I completed a BA in anthropology in 2007 with a 3.9 average in my major and a 3.6 overall GPA. I completed this degree at Eastern Washington University under Doctors Sarah Keller, Jerry Galm, Elwyn LaPoint and Frederick Strange. I was accepted to continue studies in Physical Anthropology at a masters level at the University of Montana (I did not attend) and later was accepted but did not complete a masters in Anthropological History at EWU.
During the completion of a BA in anthropology in 2007 at Eastern Washington University under Doctors Sarah Keller and Jerry Galm, I took a few classes from them that I feel allow me to say I understand this subject sufficiently well so as to be able to tutor in this subject. To include Physical Anthropology, Peasant Societies, Human Identification, Forensic Anthropology, (Fossil Man), World Archaeology and finally Principles of Archaeology.