Hi, I'm Brogan. I am currently pursuing my Master's degree in Occupational Therapy. After excelling in Anatomy and Physiology I and II, I was hired as a tutor for my College's learning center, to help students gain an interactive understanding of class material, prepare for exams, meet their grade goals, and practice effective study techniques.
Some of the abstract concepts covered in Anatomy and Physiology can be confusing, especially since they are only layered on top of each other in subsequent chapters. However, through visualizing the "story" of each seemingly abstract concept, and connecting each piece of information to each other, everything truly begins to make more sense - and it even allows one to garner an excitement for the subject (and for our own anatomical bodies!). So, in a sense, we're lucky that we're learning about something so tangible (our body) -- allowing us to consistently remember how these abstract concepts are real and occurring within us at any given moment.
If you're having trouble grasping Anatomy and Physiology concepts (of if you're just looking to get ahead in your class) - I'd love to work with you.
Undergraduate Degree: CUNY Hunter College - Bachelors, Urban Planning
Graduate Degree: Mercy College of Health Sciences - Masters, Occupational Therapy
Drawing, Hiking, Photography