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 am a professor at UCLA where I teach Physiology and Neuroscience to undergruates and post-graduate students seeking to attand medical school or graduate school. I am also a professor at Santa Monica College and West Los Angeles College, where I teach Anatomy, Physiology and General Biology to both science and non-science majors. The science majors students are mostly going in to the health professions, such as nursing or occupational therapy. I really enjoy teach and tutoring at all levels. I also prepare students for the MCAT and GRE.
I have mastered biology and chemistry in order to ace the MCAT and I am working at www.*** college as a biology professor, but everything is online this year and I am able to do online tutoring in my free time.
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