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"I really enjoy tutoring one on one and engaging students in active learning throughout every minute they spend with me. My focus is on teaching students how to learn and how to incorporate active thinking into every part of their life so that it becomes a habit. I hope I can inspire you to see how refreshing it can be to learn something new! I look forward to hearing from you and doing some thinking together!."
- Arizona State University - Bachelor of Science, Microbiology
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Grammar and Mechanics, Biology, Math and 21 other subjects.
"...I have a strong background in the basic sciences and can provide a solid foundation in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. I believe strongly in a holistic approach to teaching because in my experience students are far more willing to learn when seemingly arcane subjects can be tied into their day to day life and their relevance concretely demonstrated. I delight in finding and applying these connections, and I look forward to teaching others to find them as well..."
- Washington University in St. Louis - BS, Biochemistry, Anthropology
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Graduate Test Prep, Chemistry, Arithmetic and 15 other subjects.
"I’ve been tutoring since high school, and thoroughly enjoy helping students understand material and become more passionate about learning. I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 where I majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. I also worked for two years doing biological research..."
- Harvard - BA, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Science, Math, Biology and 4 other subjects.
"...I have also been involved in various musical pursuits, singing in choruses in New York and New Jersey and honing my guitar skills in my spare time. I have a strong interest in working with teens and young adults, having spent three years during college as a health educator for freshmen in Boston public high schools. In fact, my experience working with teens has greatly influenced my career interests, as I hope to eventually pursue a career in adolescent medicine with a research focus on how biology, psychology, and society affect adolescent mental health and influence risk-taking behavior..."
- Harvard University - BA, Philosophy
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Microbiology, AP English Language and Composition, Chemistry and 46 other subjects.
"Originally from East Brunswick, NJ and currently living in Somerdale, NJ, I graduated from The College of New Jersey with a Psychology degree. I’m currently nearing the end of my third year as a medical student at the UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine. Some of my interests are health and exercise, current events, eating, sleeping, soccer, volleyball, swimming, frisbee, and trying to resurrect my high school track days..."
- The College of New Jersey - BA, Psychology
- University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - DO, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (in progress)
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, SAT, Writing, MCAT Verbal Reasoning and 20 other subjects.
"...I spent the first two years of my study there, however, focusing on Comparative Literature. I decided to switch to an applied science degree in my junior year in the hopes of pursuing a career in the health care field. Currently I am a student at Emory University working towards becoming a Nurse Practitioner..."
- Yale University - BA, Biology
- Emory - BSN/MSN, Nursing
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Microbiology, PSAT Critical Reading, Physical Science and 72 other subjects.
"... With prior experience as an undergraduate statistics TA and an HIV/AIDS educator abroad (for elementary and university students), I possess the teaching and student development skills that would benefit a diverse student body. For Varsity students this might mean that I provide pre-prepared visual aids or refer to online resources like Zygote Body (an online, 3D anatomical atlas) for an engaging and effective lesson. For other sessions, my approach might be to employ a color code system or mnemonics that support a specific learner in making mental connections between concepts..."
- UA College of Medicine - MD, Medicine
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Essay Editing, Social Sciences, Science and 21 other subjects.
"... After graduation, I was a freelance math tutor in Washington DC while I worked and went to graduate school part time. Besides tutoring in a campus setting I also have experience tutoring junior high and high school students in-home. I understand that tutors have a short amount of time to get through large amounts of material so I try to emphasize learning concepts and not just getting the correct answer..."
- Howard University - BS, Mathematics
- Marymount University - MS, Health Promotion
- University of Louisville - MD, Medicine
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Test Prep, Elementary Math, Trigonometry and 40 other subjects.
"I am an undergraduate at the University of Southern California(USC) studying Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. I first began tutoring while in high school, and I absolutely loved it. Since then, I have been tutoring people of all ages..."
- University of Southern California - BS, Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, MCAT, Biology, Math and 15 other subjects.
"... I then enrolled in and completed a Ph.D. program at Cornell University in Toxicology with minors in Pharmacology and Immunology. My independent laboratory research conducted at Cornell focused on cellular changes that may lead to cancer..."
- Fairleigh Dickinson University - BS, Marine Biology
- Cornell University - Ph.D., Toxicology
Tutoring Subjects:Physiology, Biology, Geology, AP Biology and 8 other subjects.
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