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I achieved a distinction of 75 % in general Chemistry in my first year of university. Chemistry is an important subject for me as a Chemical Engineering student.
Most of my first year and second-year chemistry modules are distinctions. I am good in physical and organic chemistry and have attained almost distinctions in all of them. Let's nail first-year chemistry together. Together we pass!
I am currently doing a degree in Biochemistry and Chemistry is an integral part of my life. Concepts relating to Chemistry are basically second nature to me andI will be able to assist learners understand what they learn in new ways.
For my JCP project my group and I went to Siyaphila Saturday school in Mamelodi to help tutor high school students. I also gained experience with tutoring by helping my niece with her school studies.
I got 89 for physical Sciences in High School. I have also finished one course of Chemistry in my Engineering degree (CHM171) with a mark of 84
Chemistry and physics are closely related at an atomic level, and an understanding of basic chemistry can be useful in physics, and vice versa. I always performed particularly well in chemistry practicals, routinely getting 80's and 90's for them.
I am patient, I help my friends and classmates with Chemistry and they respond very well. I understand it and did very well in Chemistry at the University of Pretoria.
My current degree BSc Hons Chemical Pathology covers chemistry in the pathology laboratories. I would only consider myself educated enough in chemistry to teach at first year level effectively.
I have obtained a degree in Chemical Engineering. Chemistry is used extensively in the course.
I loved Chemistry throughout my High School years and my first two years in university. I would like to be able to teach people difficult concepts, and also help them develop a admiration for small particles. This would be very satisfying.