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UW Green Bay (Biology)
Hello, my name is Jared, but I'm considering whether I should just go with Mr. J, and I'm a biology major who's getting ready for grad school. I've tutored at the high school level in the past, and I spent last summer as the naturalist at the Washington Island Nature Center, where I ran various classes and seminars, as well as showing off the live exhibits. I have lots of experience being entertaining AND informative, and at helping people get to the root of their problems and begin to help themselves.
While my specialty is zoology, I love science in general, and I'm well-informed on geography, history, and philosophy. I also enjoy English composition and creative writing, and at heart I'm a creative person. I really want to spark true passion for science in others, and science is a lot easier to enjoy when you have some extra help to make it feel less like a chore.
I'm rock-solid on all areas of biology, including zoology, classification, anatomy, cell biology, and ecology. I know enough to help with chemistry and physics, especially nuclear physics, certainly at the middle school/high school level. I also love literature, and can proofread and help edit papers or discuss reading assignments. And I'm not useless at math, either.
I'm excited at the chance to help people and build a name for myself as an effective tutor, and I'm determined to not be boring. Hit me up, and we'll figure out the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration, and also figure out WHY that matters. Hello, my name is Jared, but I'm considering whether I should just go with Mr. J, and I'm a biology major who's getting ready for grad school. I've tutored at the high school level in the past, and I spent last summer as the naturalist at the Washington Island Nature Center, where I ran
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