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Austin Ce.

Tutor Supervisor

Austin is a senior from Madison, Alabama majoring in Pre-Optometry. After graduation, he plans on attending UAB's School of Optometry. An interesting fact about him is that he has a 100% win record as a powderpuff football coach (1-0). A time management technique he uses is anytime you have a gap between classes, use it to review notes or do homework.

 

 

 

 

 


Philly

Tutor Supervisor

Philly is a senior from Birmingham, Alabama majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Adam G.

Lead Tutor

 

Adam is a junior from Leeds, Alabama majoring in Accounting. An interesting fact about him is that he loves to travel. Three study strategies that have helped Adam perform well in classes are: arriving on time to class, managing his time well, and studying his textbooks outside of the classroom.

 

 

 

 


Ben

Lead Tutor

Ben is a senior from Raleigh, North Carolina majoring in Biochemistry. An interesting fact about him is that he has completed 2 triathalons. His best time management technique would be to schedule breaks between homework and studying.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jake

Lead Tutor

Jake is a junior from Chino Hills, California majoring in Physics and Mechanical Engineering. After graduation, he plans on working in the Aeropspace industry. An interesting fact about Jake is that he can play 9 instruments. Advice he would give to a student that would help them be more successful is to put in the work, even when it gets tough.

 

 

 

 

 


Neleigh

Lead Tutor

Neleigh is a senior from Hoover, Alabama majoring in Math Education. After graduation, she plans on becoming a Middle School math teacher. An interesting fact about Neleigh is that she is going to be conversationally fluent in Spanish by the time she graduates. Advice she would give to a student to help them be more successful is to talk to your professors; most of them really want to help you.

 

 

 

 

 


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