6 Zoology Tutors Found Near Charlotte, NC



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Larry B.

Zoology Tutor

Spruce Pine, NC 28777

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Caring, 30 Years Experience, 3000+ Students

As a part of both my undergraduate and graduate studies in biology, there was a focus on zoology; additionally, as a part of the life science focus of the 6th grade curriculum with my South Carolina teaching (5 years) and the 7th grade curriculum with my North Carolina teaching (21 years), I prepped and taught zoology. Of course, there is astounding complexity and diversity in both the plant and animal kingdoms, but I thoroughly enjoyed helping students to grow in their appreciation of the Animal Kingdom, as they seemed to relate more completely with the "zoo" in zoology than the "bot" in bota [more]


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Jennifer R.

Zoology Tutor

Irmo, SC 29063

Will travel 12 miles

$50 per hour.

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Experienced tutor specializing in science and writing.

Building on my academic background in marine science, I?ve spent nearly 18 years working with the living aquatic collection at a public aquarium. While I?m most familiar with zoology as it relates to marine and freshwater animals, I am well-versed in other areas of zoology as well. Hi, I?m Jennifer! I have a Bachelor?s degree in Marine Science and have been working in a public aquarium for nearly 20 years. In addition, I?m a guest lecturer for the Aquaculture class at the University in the city where I live. While in college, I worked for several semesters as a student peer tutor for ath [more]


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Ousman S.

Zoology Tutor

Fort Mill, SC 29708

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

4.98 89 ratings

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USC Grad tutors SAT/ACT, TEAS/HESI, PTCB, GRE/GMAT, Biology, French, C

Zoology or animal biology is the field of Biology that studies the classification, evolution and distribution of all animals, and how their interact with their milieu. Hence, zoology, much like microbiology, or anatomy and physiology can be daunting at first but requires critical thinking and logical analysis, coupled with a very good sense of organization and structure. This will not only help you classify members of the animal kingdom as you encounter them but also acquire a massive vocabulary to be approached much like medical terminology (root- prefixes, suffixes). It would also be to your [more]


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Adreinne S.

Zoology Tutor

Greensboro, NC 27410

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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I am passionate about science and teaching.

I possess a B. S. in Zoology. I have taken an animal development course at the graduate level. I am knowledgeable in the taxonomic classification of animals, animal behavior, animal development and animal evolution. I love to interact with students. Student success is my goal! Oftentimes the path towards academic success can be frustrating. My greatest reward is to see the 'light' in a students eyes as they grasp and connect concepts. I possess a B. S. in Zoology. I have a doctoral degree in plant pathology. The process of learning isn't one dimensional. I too, learn from my student [more]


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Luciani N.

Zoology Tutor

Lynn, NC 28750

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 9 ratings

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Teacher's Assistant

I earned Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Sociology from Augusta State University (ASU). I also earned a Masters degree in Theology from what was from known as Beacon University, now known as Christian Life School of Theology in Columbus, GA. While earning my undergraduate degree from ASU I worked as a Literacy Tutor and assisted elementary, middle, and high school students with class and homework assignments. During this time I also guided adult students with their preparatio... [more]


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Taylor S.

Zoology Tutor

Winston Salem, NC 27103

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Pharmacology PhD Student/ Research Scientist

My initial interest was zoology and animal behaviors in college. Thus, I took a zoology course in addition to animal behavior courses, animal communication, and psychology in primates. As I switched majors, I have continued to work with animal models in research, which requires me to understand my animal subjects. Hello! My name is Taylor, and I am currently a graduate student working on my PhD in Pharmacology and Physiology (my research focuses on neuroscience) at Wake Forest School of Medicine. I completed my undergraduate degree at Emory University where my major was Neuroscience and Behavi [more]