I am now a junior at the University of Texas at Arlington. I am majoring in Biology, minoring in Spanish. I hope to receive my translator's certificate before I graduate. I am a honors student and a participant in UTTER ,an undergraduate research program at UTA for students who have a strong interest in Biology and Mathematics. I am a senior volunteer at Arlington Memorial Hospital. I am endeavoring towards an M.D./PhD in order to practice medicine and conduct research. I have tutored elementary students and college students, mostly. I have independently babysat and tutored children for 4 years now. In high school, I formed study groups in order to prepare for AP exams. Freely, I tutor college students in the Chemistry Clinic at UTA. If I am unable to tutor someone on a subject, I try my best to find someone who can.Teaching is as fulfilling as learning. Learning motivates me to teach other people. I would relish the opportunity to tutor students professionally through Frog Tutoring. It seemed almost impossible to excel in a subject that I thought to be 'too hard' or 'not interesting enough.' Yet,through hard work, dedication, and mentoring I have been able to succeed in courses that I thought were too difficult for me. I can definitely empathize with students who have trouble with mastering concepts and trying to improve their academic skills. As a tutor, I believe shaping the student's perception of a subject is part of my job. Helping the student to understand how he or she learns best, showing the student the thrill of mastering a difficult subject, and encouraging the development of his or her cognitive skills is how I hope to guide him or her through a successful academic career. Fun Facts: To say that I am fond of music is an understatement. I enjoy the smell of a good, home-cooked meal. The best time to be outside is anytime. Sharing knowledge is my passion.