Describe your tutoring experience if you have any:
I have tutored chemistry for sophomores as a part of Woodson's Science National Honors Society. In this, I worked one-on-one with students on their test corrections by explaining any topics of confusion and doing practice problems. Many of the chemistry students found our tutoring extremely helpful, and teachers also benefitted since they could focus more on teaching the current lesson rather than reviewing in class. Through my experience in this tutoring, I learned to work with different types of individuals to address their specific concerns, to guide and explain rather than to just provide answers, and also to communicate clearly with them.
I have also tutored other fields of science such as anatomy and physiology in Science Olympiad. I served as state team captain and event mentor for the events in anatomy and physiology, fossils, and herpetology. In this tutoring, I collaborated with another mentor for the same events to put together small lesson plans that went over more complex topics, like the Wiggers diagram, and also the more commonly missed questions on the diagnostic test we made. From this experience, I learned to tutor in a small team and to tailor our explanations based on students' performance.