Carefully selected, highly-credentialed Microbiology tutors in Grand Prairie, TX
" Another of my students whizzed through the curriculum in chemistry and so we progressed to discussing the latest theories in physics, such as multiverses and string theory. I have two masters degrees, one in clinical laboratory science and the other in education administration. But my most favorite thing to do is teach kids of all backgrounds and abilities.."
- U of California, Santa Barbara - BA, Zoology
- Cal State, Dominguez Hills - MS, Medical Technology
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:College Essays, Reading, Spanish, Chemistry, Geometry, Grammar and Mechanics, Microbiology, Writing, Phonics, Essay Editing, Algebra, Biology, History, Middle School Math
" Later on in college, I loved helping people so much that I started editing graduate papers for many of my international friends. In all my experience I would say that my favorite time is when the student has the "Aha!! I finally get it." face. Not only do I help students understand the concepts and learn to study but also to have the confidence it takes to succeed.."
- University of North Texas - BS, Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, Spanish, Microbiology, Chemistry, Reading, Essay Editing, Grammar and Mechanics
"In addition to teaching classroom material I also like to teach the student test taking skills so he or she can feel confident on exam day. In my spare time I enjoy the outdoors, especially hiking, biking, and running. When it is cold out I like to curl up with a good book.."
- University of Colorado at Boulder - BA, Integrative Physiology
Tutoring Subjects:Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, Microbiology
"I use everyday examples that are around us to explain difficult concepts. Even though I don't speak greek or latin, I teach my students basic terminologies that goes a long way in understanding the science. I have two Master's degrees in Public Health and biotechnology, and had perfect GPA, I can give pointers on getting excellent grades while understanding the subject.."
- BS - BS, Agriculture
- MS - MS, biotechnology
- UT Health science center - MPH, Public Health
Tutoring Subjects:Microbiology, Anatomy, Biology, ISEE, Physiology
"I'm very good at teaching math, and am very good at breaking down problems to make them easy. I am infinitely patient; whether you need me to explain something one time, or one hundred times, we'll keep working on it until you understand it. I make science interesting and comprehensible. If you think science is boring, it's because you haven't talked with me about it yet! I have spent the past couple of years tutoring and mentoring my fellow students in college."
- University of Texas at Arlington - BS, Interdisciplinary Studies (psychology, biology, general science)
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, Biology, Chemistry, Elementary Math, Algebra, Microbiology, Physics
"During my junior year in college, some of my friends and I in the chemistry department organized an impromptu tutoring session with a few freshman students. They really appreciated the extra help and within a matter of weeks we had unofficial tutoring programs through the Chemistry Club. I personally mentored students in Intro Chem, Organic Chem, Physics, Calculus, Algebra, Physical Chemistry, Cell Biology and General Biology. I was very competent at organizing individual study plans for each student, catered to their personal style of learning." ...
- University of Illinois - BS, Chemistry
Tutoring Subjects:Pre-Calculus, Elementary Math, Physical Chemistry, Anatomy, Calculus, SSAT, Chemistry, Physiology, Writing, Reading, History, Biology, Middle School Math, Physics, Grammar and Mechanics, Essay Editing, Algebra, College Essays, HSPT Prep, ISEE, Organic Chemistry, Geometry, Trigonometry, Microbiology
"I first started tutoring when I was in college. After excelling in my math and science courses, I started helping my friends who were struggling in these subjects. In the beginning, it was hard for me to show or explain a concept, but after few times, I overcame the challenge. I started to use diagrams, draw pictures, and break down the materials into its basic components which gave me a very unique teaching style."
- Indiana University - BS, Biology
- University of Texas Arlington - MS, Chemistry
- Ross University School of Medicine - MD, Medicine
Tutoring Subjects:Chemistry, Physiology, Geometry, Biology, Algebra, Statistics, Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Physical Chemistry, Anatomy, Biostatistics
"Over the past 5 years I've worked with numerous students ages 5 – 50+ on a regular basis, so I am certain that I can reach each age level with appropriate insights and techniques. I am passionate about education, and want to help each student gain confidence in the subject we are reviewing, as well as in every aspect of their education. Above all I am very easy to work with and I love making learning fun! ."
- University of Texas at Arlington - BS, Microbiology and Biology, Chemistry Minor
Tutoring Subjects:Writing, Biology, Chemistry, SAT Verbal, Microbiology
"What I've enjoyed most about tutoring individual students and aspiring scientists is finding the example or route that gains traction with them - in science, no one approach fits all minds. This creative practice - be it exercised through a power-point or a fun but apt metaphor - helps me master the subject myself. I have had tutors myself over the years, and my academic career has not been a breezy series of A+s, so I understand - and have patience for - struggling students. I am comfortable working with all students - the bright-eyed and bushy-tailed to the hunched-over and hobbled, the young pupils to the world-weary graduates. I ...
- Kenyon College - BA, Molecular Biology / Documentary Film
- University of Texas at Dallas - MS, Biotechnology
Tutoring Subjects:Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Chemistry, Biology
"I break down problems and make sure the student follows each step and check that they understand by spot testing them. Each student is unique so I constantly find ways to adapt to communicate best with that student. I believe that the key to knowledge in understanding and practice. I specialize in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Biology, and Chemistry and like students to feel comfortable to say when they don’t understand or follow because I want them to enjoy learning. Science is a journey of discovery, and although it remains the core of my education and my career interest as I work towards my PhD, I participate in life drawing classes ...
- Kings College - BS, Neuroscience
- Kings College - MS, Developmental neurobiology
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, Anatomy, Microbiology, Biostatistics, Organic Chemistry, Physiology, Geometry, Calculus, Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, Physical Chemistry, Biology, Trigonometry
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