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- and Ages 12+
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Like you, I'm a student. I'm currently a college senior at the University of Maryland. I've been accepted into pharmacy school, which I'm so excited to start next fall.
I started tutoring my freshman year of college. At first, it was just a job for me. I needed to make some money to support myself. My school happened to have a program where I could tutor fourth graders in math and make a little bit of money. In my junior year of college, I got a job tutoring students in a class I've taken before. My friends would also ask me to tutor them in organic chemistry. I liked finding ways to simplify a topic and make sense of a confusing subject. Tutoring not only helped others learn, it also helped me learn.
I've enjoyed tutoring people in the past. But this semester I don't have the time to keep my old job. I decided to create this account so I can continue to tutor online.
I lead study sessions after class for N317: Fundamentals of Nursing Care in the Context of Older Adults. These meetings took place once a week. About 20 students attended each study session. Before the meetings, I would brainstorm lesson plans, handouts, and activities to make the study sessions more engaging. In addition, I provided one-on-one tutoring to students who requested the service.+ Read More
I visited a local elementary school once a week to tutor a group of 5 fourth graders in mathematics. I also organized a learning activity for all 30 mentees in the class.
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Nour worked with me to raise my grade in chemistry. She was patient and understanding. She broke down the information so it was easier to learn. She also gave me tips on how to study, so my study habits improved even after she stopped tutoring me.
Nour was a patient tutor. She was always there to answer all my questions. I was able to pass organic chemistry thanks to her help.