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John A. ...I enjoy both helping understand the material and achieve better grades. I have gained such an intrinsic understanding of pre-calculus and mathematics, that I am able to identify why someone else doesn't understand certain materials. I enjoy both helping understand the material and achieve better grades.
12 Subjects: including mechanical engineering, algebra 1, physics, geometry
Bryan, TX
Richard M. ...I will assist with solutions to difficult problems, as I have experience with written projects in different fields. Over years 14 experience including, articles, essays, projects, papers, plays, dramas, novels and poetry. For over 2 years, I have been certified as a personal trainer, which incorporates the appropriate ratio of sports nutrition and exercise.
31 Subjects: including sociology, nutrition, philosophy, English
College Station, TX
Krystle Y. ...In addition, I tutored for the quantitative GRE section and privately tutored for the biological science section of the MCAT. I came to Texas A&M to pursue a Ph.D. in virology and was fortunate to land a teaching assistant position for the undergraduate biochemistry courses. I served as a TA for 5 years for these courses and earned a reputation as a great instructor.
17 Subjects: including ACT Science, physiology, LSAT, MCAT
Bryan, TX
Tamari N. Dear Students, thanks for viewing my profile. I have Ms and PhD degrees in Chemistry and 6 years of postdoctoral research experience in the field of organic synthesis. For the last three years, I have been a College Professor teaching college chemistry courses.
3 Subjects: including ACT Science, chemistry, organic chemistry
College Station, TX
Nivyan M. ...Critical thinking and problem solving are two of my strong points. I particularly enjoyed CHEM 102 at the college level. As far as my methods are concerned, I usually explain the formula in question.
1 Subject: chemistry
College Station, TX

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