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"I am a native of the valley, graduating from North High School as valedictorian in 2007. I moved on to attend college at Princeton University, where I took a very diverse course load ranging from 300-level courses in Chinese, Spanish and French, to intense science courses like organic chemistry and biochemistry, to the social sciences. While at Princeton, I was a tutor for the university, and was paid to tutor my peers in whatever subjects were in demand. In my free time I also tutored prisoners through a civic engagement pilot program as volunteer work." ...
- Princeton University - BA, Anthropology
- University of Arizona College of Medicine - MD, Medicine
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:SAT Writing, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, Organic Chemistry, Biology, MCAT, Spanish, Chemistry, Calculus, College Essays, Pre-Calculus, Biostatistics, Essay Editing, Mandarin Chinese, Physical Chemistry, Anatomy, Phonics, Physiology, Trigonometry, Statistics, SAT Verbal, Physics, SAT Math, Reading, SAT, Middle School Math, Algebra, Elementary Math
"My name is Curtis and I am currently transitioning between graduate studies in clinical immunology and microbiology into my last two years of medical school. My experiences working with students, ranging from the high school to professional school levels, have made me a strong advocate of continued learning and education. Throughout my scientific career I have maintained a clear effort to be involved in teaching and tutoring both inside and outside of the traditional classroom setting. I have a strong academic foundation and considerable skills to offer students. I hold a B.S." ...
- Cornell University - BS, Biology
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Statistics, Physiology, Microbiology, SAT, Algebra, Middle School Math, Biostatistics, PSAT, Biology, Elementary Math
" Hey! I bet I can help you. I am generally laid back in my approach to teaching and strongly believe that EVERYONE can succeed in math and science. The nice thing about these subjects is that there is a right answer and there is always a way to get to it. About my style…I love when students have questions. It will help me to help you."
- Drexel University - BS, Mechanical Engineering
- Drexel University - MS, Mechanical Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Differential Equations, Chemistry, Algebra, Physiology, Trigonometry, Physics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus
"I obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Neurophysiology from University of Maryland and have a extensive background in science and math classes. During college I became very interested in helping students succeed so I became part of a tutoring program for high school students in which I would help them in Algebra I and II, Geometry and Calculus. I was also a volunteer tutor for incoming freshman students that needed help in science classes, mostly tutoring Biology and Chemistry, but also helping in Anatomy, and Microbiology. My teaching technique is to always stay simple, breaking down the information or problems into small steps so that the ...
- University of Maryland - BA, Neurophysiology
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, Organic Chemistry, Elementary Math, Trigonometry, Physical Chemistry, Spanish, Geometry, Anatomy, Microbiology, Physiology, Chemistry, Algebra, Biology
"I'm currently an undergraduate student at Arizona State University who will be graduating in May with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. I was raised here in the valley, but spent a large portion of my time in Greece, where my family is from. I'm capable of tutoring a wide variety of subjects, but I particularly enjoy teaching mathematics, chemistry, and biology. These subjects normally inspire drawn out yawns and shivering fear at the seemingly unattainable knowledge held within them."
- Arizona State University - BS, Biomedical Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Chemistry, SAT, Biology, Trigonometry, Calculus, Middle School Math, Computer Science, ACT, Pre-Calculus, Physiology, Statistics, Algebra, Organic Chemistry
"I just graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Biology and plan to go to medical school in Fall of 2014. I have tutored formally and informally throughout high school and college and I have a passion for teaching that stems from my own love of learning. My main goal as a tutor is to pass this curiosity for knowledge on to my students."
- University of Georgia - BS, Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, Biology, Algebra, Physiology, Anatomy, Microbiology, Trigonometry, Physics, Elementary Math, Calculus, Statistics, Physical Chemistry, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Pre-Calculus
"Hi! My name is Jenn and I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in May of 2011 with a Bachelor's of Science in biological sciences and a minor in chemistry. I did undergraduate research in a developmental biology lab, and studied abroad in Tanzania to do an independent research project on AIDS and Tuberculosis there. I am currently in the process of applying to graduate school to get my Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies. During my time at Pitt, I was involved in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. We did various service projects including Adopt-A-Block, partnering with United Cerebral Palsy, and most ...
- University of Pittsburgh - BS, Biological Sciences
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Anatomy, Microbiology, Physics, Biology, Chemistry
"I am a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder where I studied integrative physiology. Upon completion of my undergraduate work I moved to Berkeley, California where I took an additional year of classes. I am mainly interested in science, biology, microbiology, anatomy, and physiology. When I am tutoring I first like to listen to the student so I can understand what the student already knows and what concepts the student is struggling with."
- University of Colorado at Boulder - BA, Integrative Physiology
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Biology, Anatomy, Microbiology
"Tired of attending your General Chemistry lecture day after day and leaving with that nagging feeling that you now understand even less than you did when you arrived? Have you recently cracked open your SAT or MCAT prep book only to find yourself dazed and confused within minutes? I'm here to help. A little bit about myself: I recently graduated summa cum laude from Boston University with a B.S. in Human Physiology and minors in Biology and Psychology. My dream is to become a physician someday and I am currently applying to medical schools. I'm one of those oddballs who actually enjoy science and I am passionate about sharing my knowledge ...
- Boston University - BS, Human Physiology
Tutoring Subjects:Anatomy, Organic Chemistry, Chemistry, Physiology, MCAT, Biology, SAT Math, SAT Verbal, Physics
"I am a native Houstonian, and I attended Bellaire High School. I went to school in Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. I first started tutoring as a volunteer for middle school students who were struggling in math. Over the years, I've worked with students on various subjects ranging from Spanish (my mother is from Mexico City) to history."
- Northwestern University - BS, Social Policy
Tutoring Subjects:Grammar and Mechanics, Physiology, Elementary Math, Middle School Math, Spanish, Biology, Anatomy, Algebra, ISEE, Microbiology, Phonics, Reading, Essay Editing
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