I started tutoring in high school, where I would go to the middle school and assist students with their homework or help them catch up on assignments. In college, I continued to help my friends and peers with subjects such as biology, organic chemistry, and math. Additionally, I served as a teacher assistant for my cellular neurology professor, guiding discussions and addressing any questions or concerns that students had. I also conducted review sessions before exams.
As time went on, I began tutoring students in subjects that I had already studied. I quickly realized the importance of adapting to their unique learning styles. Some students were visual learners and preferred diagrams, while others preferred definitions or explanations. If a student didn't understand a concept initially, I would try a different approach until they grasped the material. My goal was always to ensure their comprehension.
I have had the opportunity to help students improve