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Rahel

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I received a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Windsor, Ontario and a master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. I have been teaching biology and chemistry courses for over five years. I am currently teaching biology and chemistry for pre-nursing at Nevada State College. I can tutor biology and chemistry including general biology, AP biology, physiology, microbiology, general chemistry and biochemistry.
I believe teaching is about delivering the knowledge you have to the best of your ability in a way that students can understand. Through my teaching experience, I found out that different students learn in different ways. There is one goal I want to accomplish in tutoring and that is the success of students. I believe every student has a potential to succeed, they just have to work hard and get the help they need form their teachers/tutors. And I will make sure students I tutor get all the help they need in order to succeed.

Rahel’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: University of Windsor - Bachelors, Biological Sciences

Graduate Degree: Wayne State University - Masters, Biomedical Engineering

Hobbies

Yoga, movies, going for a walk, dancing

Tutoring Subjects

7th Grade Science

8th Grade Science

AP Biology

Biology

Biomedical Engineering

Chemistry

CLEP Prep

CLEP Biology

College Biology

College Chemistry

General Biology

General Chemistry

High School Biology

High School Chemistry

Life Sciences

Microbiology

Middle School Science

Test Prep


Q & A

What is your teaching philosophy?

I believe teaching is about delivering the knowledge you have to the best of your ability in a way that a student can understand. Through my teaching experience, I found out that different students learn in different ways. Whatever technique you use to help one student might not work for another student. You have to find a method that works for each student.