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Hi there! My name is Farah and graduated from Dalhousie with a BSc majoring in Microbiology & Immunology and minoring in psychology. I am now in the pharmacy program at Dalhousie, working towards my second degree. I’m able to tutor university level microbiology, chemistry, cell biology, psychology, and biochemistry as well as elementary, junior high, and high school sciences, math, and English. I can also help with writing and editing English at most levels. I’m very friendly, motivated, and organized and I’m here to help you understand and succeed in your courses!
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Hi, my name is Angela. I am finishing my studies in Medical Sciences with a minor in French at Dalhousie University. I am a TA in Genetics and Microbiology and have tutored high school and university students in various subjects for more than four years. I am able to help you with university level biology, physiology, organic chemistry, essay writing, and scientific reports as well as high school core sciences. I am experienced in working with students from various backgrounds, including learners who wish to increase their English proficiency and adults who take college courses to be successful in their careers. I look forward to meeting you!
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