Being a tutor and a supplemental instruction leader for the past three years (at Student Center for Academic Achievement) and going to monthly training meetings, I have learned to quickly get the tutee comfortable and gauge their needs to tailor a specific way of tutoring. I believe in challenging yourself and understanding the core basic concepts. I take this same friendly yet motivated attitude to my tutoring sessions to help students achieve their goals academically. Through experience, training, and being a student myself, I have a good grasp at study schedule management and know the importance of different learning tools. Tutoring is a passion of mine and I plan each session ahead of time to cater the student's needs such that the student can get the most out of each session. I'm a fun-loving and confident person who believes that learning should be fun and so I try to make each session interesting. What I love most about tutoring is that both the tutor and the tutee learn during each session and help each other grow. I love to help students achieve their goals and the spark they have once they grasp a concept.
I have had an interest in science since I was 8 years old. I always read on recent research papers since high school. What makes me a good science tutor is the experience as both: a tutor and a student. As a student I know how to study for science topics and how to knit all the things we learn in this subject together. During my undergraduate, I was able to get an A on every science class and graduate as a Summa Cum Laude along with got great reviews from my tutees. I believe that each person has a different perspective and I tailor my tutoring technique to that perspective as well as add a newer one.
I can help out in cell biology, molecular biology, AP biology, environmental biology, genetics, and I have laboratory experience
I have completed my Masters in Molecular Biosciences with major as cancer biology from Heidelberg University, Germany, in 2017. I have an Engineering degree in Biotechnology and hold A Grade throughout in Chemistry, Physics and Biology. With a strong inclination to teaching, I can help students gain expertise in these www.*** carry a simplified approach to teaching every subject and as much possible I try relating theory to events observed in daily life. This makes learning fun and myself being a student presently, I prefer using a friendly approach to my students, which avoids unnecessary stress and thus enhances efficiency of both the tutor and the student. I can help the student prepare good quality notes for any subject which can then be used as a quick reference for the exams. Textbooks and e-books can be provided for subjects related to biology/life sciences.
My educational background is a soon-to-be completed Bachelor's degree in Biology. During my tenure at the University of Central Florida, I participated in undergraduate research for a little over a year, where I recieved important hands-on working experience in a genomics lab throughout that time. As a direct result of this combined experience, I have developed a level of comprehension across some of these multiple biological fields, experience which should be sufficient enough to help tutor others in need of help. For some, the rigorous details and the necessary principles of biology may be difficult to understand; given time and the proper resources, I am gladly interested in providing whatever help I can!
Hello! I am a rising senior at Wheaton College, studying molecular biology with a speciality in genetics. Along with biology, I also have interests in literature, academic writing, and creative writing. At Wheaton College, I was a group biology tutor from August 2018-May 2019, during which time I helped biology students with difficult topics, homework, comprehension, and test study. I also occasionally tutored struggling biology students in personalized one-on-one sessions. The next year, 2019-2020, I transitioned to a job at the Wheaton College Writing Center where I helped many students with the skill of scientific and academic writing. During my time in this job, I assisted students with editing papers, brainstorming, organizing their writing, learning citation styles, and generally helping them to craft higher-quality papers. I especially enjoyed helping students to write lab reports, scientific literature reviews, and research reports of their own work, encouraging them to blend their writing and scientific skills. Though biology and academic writing are my greatest strengths, I also love literature and creative writing. I took several elective writing classes at Wheaton to pursue my writing hobbies of poetry, short stories, and fantasy/sci-fi novels, and I even won the first place Lowell-Grabel creative writing poetry contest award for a poem about science! My varied interests intersect in ways that can truly be beneficial to a student looking for extra academic support in many different areas.
COVID-19 is changing the way students learn and interact with academic material. Instead of losing momentum during this time of crisis, I would like to propel you or your student through challenging material and remind them of the joy of learning, as well as the intricacies of the world around them. I believe that this can be done while staying safe at home! I would love to tutor students age 7-adult. Please reach out to me or schedule a time to meet if I fit your academic needs and interests.
I am a recent graduate from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana (UIUC). While at UIUC, I tutored for the Health Professions LLC, employed by the university. I gained a lot of experience in tutoring:
- General Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Molecular Biology
- Physics (non-calculus based)
- Behavioral \Neuroscience
During COVID, I am only tutoring remotely. I can meet you over Zoom or FaceTime, so please let me know what works best for you. If you are interested in contacting me, please text me at ( tel: *** or email me at ***@***
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