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I am about to be 27 years old and am applying to medical schools. I have taken various courses in the hard and soft sciences areas. I love the satisfaction one attains when somebody finally gets that "a ha!" moment in a subject they have had struggles with. I have tutored for towson university in anatomy and physiology for the past year and a half as well as privately for 5+ years. I fully believe in gardner's theory of multiple intelligences and seek to understand how each individual truly learns. My goals as a tutor are not to re-teach but have the student seek to comprehend the material and be able to apply it to the world around us. In keeping with the theory of multiple intelligences I am a firm believer that every person learns in a different way, wether it be trough hearing, seeing, or doing, or any combination thereof, it is always best to find out how the student will learn the best.Fun Facts: I love to run and work out and my favorite board game is chess.
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Materials Science, Microbiology
AP Physics C: Mechanics, AP Spanish Literature and Culture, SAT Chemistry
History of Education
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In 2009, Roland Omene, a TCU bio-chemistry graduate, founded Frog Tutoring. The company originated in Fort Worth, TX, and is quickly expanding to cities all over the country. Frog Tutoring was founded under the belief that all students deserve tutoring regardless of age. We believe the first step in successful tutoring is finding the “right” tutor. That is why we only hire the top students and graduates from local colleges in the area. Each one of our well-trained tutors specializes in at least one area of expertise and is eager to aid in the academic success of the students they tutor. Frog Tutors are not just intelligent individuals, but role models who inspire their students to achieve success both academically and personally. - See more at: http://frogtutoring.com/about_us#sthash.ov47ISCO.dpuf
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