It is such a shame that others don't find enjoyment in so many things, because they're written off as "too difficult", when in reality, they're not so bad. The reason I became a tutor is to help those people who think they'll be bad at things, just because they think it will be hard.
I really want to help people learn and understand what is going on in their classes and lessons, so that they can experience what something better. These subjects can be great if you have someone willing to sit down, one-on-one, and really work with you to find that block or show you how to study. Sometimes, it's something as simple as having it explained in a simpler way. Simply learning how to wade through a professors jargon can do wonders for a student.
In the end, the goal of my tutoring is to provide outstanding service, but most importantly, I want students to leave my lessons feeling excited and encouraged to learn more, willing to push themselves harder. I want people to learn how they can do better just by believing in themselves a little bit more.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Arkansas - Bachelor in Arts, Biochemistry
Graduate Degree: The University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Doctor of Dental Science, Predentistry
ACT Math: 31
ACT Reading: 34
I play guitar and piano, speak Spanish, actively learn new things, dabble in programming, rock climbing, diving, long boarding, and I love camping. I have a particular interest in history and the outdoors.
DAT Perceptual Ability
DAT Quantitative Reasoning
DAT Reading Comprehension
DAT Survey of the Natural Sciences
High School Economics