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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by smileyman22336, Apr 16, 2011.

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  1. smileyman22336

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    I'm possibly gonna be hired as a tutor for math and science...Generally for college algebra and calculus I'll be good, as well as Organic Chemistry 1, but I don't know about pre-calculus or gen chem 1 and 2 as weird as that may seem, since I haven't taken them in so long. I'm a little hesitant because I know I can figure out how to do it but I'm not so great at it. I need to review my material. I wanna add this to my application to pharmacy school, but at the same time I'm gonna retake pre-cal, chem 2, and I'm taking genetics, so I don't know if working 20 hours a week is a good idea. I wanna apply for 2012 pharmacy school.
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    Sometimes as a tutor, you tend to review material you have learned a long time ago before helping someone with it. Are you going to be tutoring the same person or the same group over a long period of time, or is it like at a designated place at school where anyone comes in for help?
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    It's a designated place @ school where anyone comes in for help. Also, tutoring appointments can be scheduled. But generally, people walk in for help when they need it.

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