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RobertI started helping other students gain a deeper understanding of science ever since my college career. I began working as a teacher's assistant, and continue to do so today. I offer coaching, supervising, and working with students during lab sessions. It gives me great pleasure to help students feel confident in their abilities and see the world from a whole new perspective, thanks to learning more through science. Science is what I specialize in, but I'm here to help students out in several different subjects. These range from Anatomy, College World History, Biology, High School Chemistry, Microbiology, Science, Physiology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Genetics, 4th Grade Science, 5th Grade Science, 3rd Grade Science, 6th Grade Science, 7th Grade Science, 8th Grade Science, ACT Science, American History, AP Biology, AP Environmental Science, AP US History, Cell Biology, Earth Science, General Biology, US History, Violin, World History, Elementary School Science, Middle School Science, High School Level American History, College Level American History, High School Biology, and College Biology. Besides helping students learn, I love to cook and enjoy working out. I go on hikes to various areas and love nothing more than attending a country concert.
St. Thomas Aquinas College - Bachelors, Forensic Science
University of New Haven - Current Grad Student, Forensic Science - Criminalistics
Elementary School Science
College World History
McLeanI attended Belmont University for my bachelor's degree in music business. I also earned a math minor. I have five years of experience as a tutor, assisting with economics, math, physics, music publishing, and the violin. I enjoy tutoring math the most because I get to help students learn important concepts that are used in other subjects, and I also get to help students hone their critical thinking skills. When I work with students, I find out what's giving them trouble and then set out to help them work through those learning obstacles. I utilize a lot of practice, focusing on projects, homework, and other means to get a student a lot of repetitions refining their understanding of concepts. I'm very patient and compassionate, and I will support my student for as long as they need to help them improve their comprehension. When I have free time, I enjoy music, poetry, music production, videography, photography, and more.
Belmont University - Bachelors, Music Business
AnysiaI'm an East Asian studies and neuroscience major at John Hopkins University. Though I am a freshman at JHU, I'm in Delta Epsilon Phi, Mu Alpha Theta, and the National Honor Society. As part of each organization, I have worked with other students to improve their knowledge of German, math, and science. I work with a local middle school robotics team, as well as offer lessons to violinists. Though I primarily tutor in those areas, I am also quite confident in Mandarin Chinese, English, and Korean. I can help students learn writing skills that can improve their ability to effectively communicate their thoughts. If a student is having trouble grasping the intricacies of English grammar and syntax, I can walk them through each concept in a way their professor might not have. Forming a relationship and getting to know students is an important aspect of tutoring. It allows me to understand their motivation behind learning, as well as what their weaknesses, strengths, and goals are. When I'm not tutoring or studying, I love to play music, particularly on the piano or violin. I love cooking for people. My friends and I play board games together regularly.
Johns Hopkins University - Current Undergrad, Neuroscience and East Asian Studies
High School Biology
PSAT Critical Reading
SAT Writing and Language